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Thread: What Did You Do Today 2019
21/05/2019 18:05:29

That's nice. When i was a lot , lot younger , and had hair , and a mum , i built a kit car...a Burlington SS , that looked a bit like a Morgan ..and Morgan drivers used to wave at me ,and i didn't ever wave back, as mine was a fake!! blush Me mum loved going in it , me wife hated it ..I put a 2.5 Triumph engine in it and drove it like an idiot and frightened her ...I gave it away to a school mate .. I'll find a picture... smiley

 

 

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Edited By Hacksaw on 21/05/2019 18:08:08

21/05/2019 17:45:21

Hardly engineering or model engineering .Made a stainless steel horse shoe for a friends daughters wedding posy..

That's knackered my tools a bit . Hard to forge, is stainless steel... I did sweat a little! Cripes, digital picks up every blemish and micro scratches .forge 006.jpg

Thread: T nut slot channel
12/05/2019 17:55:56

Ahh. Probably not what you're looking for,but ..

I was standing under a 30mph road sign last night, and looking up at it .. on the back face is an ally extrusion , with T nuts holding it to the post ..

And I thought of this thread !! smiley

Thread: Printing small parts for car restoration
15/04/2019 22:24:06

Look at polymorph..? But not for places that get hot !

Thread: Smart and brown lathe
15/04/2019 17:03:16

I've got a model M laugh

Thread: An electric motor actuated vice
02/01/2019 07:22:02

Homemade one here  http://forum.retro-rides.org/thread/192636/power-vice-bush-mechanic-style

Edited By Hacksaw on 02/01/2019 07:23:11

Thread: Traditional Fluorescent Starter : How do they fail ?
25/12/2018 18:21:18

Alright , why are tubes seemingly so dim on damp cold days ?

Thread: Engineering magazine
02/12/2018 12:45:56

No, mine are turn of the century... (in my albums)

Thread: 'shop tip from 1921
25/11/2018 00:37:07

Great for collapsing mole tunnels too !

Wasn't there was a " water pump" that worked by igniting a gas in a u bend , or a chamber , with a clack valve on the outlet end to stop the "pumped "water returning under gravity ....or something like that ??

Might have read an article it in ME or Stationary Engine ..

Thread: Another what is it
20/11/2018 15:49:14

It's stamped W.R. Grieg...

 

Swap,   for something useful  like mole grips , pliers or hammers wink  anyone?

Edited By Hacksaw on 20/11/2018 15:53:07

20/11/2018 15:22:57

Gawd you lot are brainy .. laugh Thanks

20/11/2018 15:01:23

Charity shop find for a £1 ...Answers on a postcard !

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Thread: Hay bales
20/10/2018 20:46:23

surprise And my mum always said motorbikes were dangerous....

20/10/2018 20:25:47

That reminded me ,I've got this . It came off of a trencher that was scrapped.. in 1968 .. I've had it since then . Bronze , it doesn't shine up like a brass one would . AA battery for size..ccc 169.jpg

There's one , by the footplate !

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Edited By Hacksaw on 20/10/2018 20:27:15

Edited By Hacksaw on 20/10/2018 20:50:10

Thread: Sentinel
10/10/2018 17:17:32

I'm on another forum (Autoshite ) for rubbish cars blush... A chap's started a new thread , thought some on here would like to read it too ? Hardly model engineering though..

A steam Sentinel ! 

**LINK**

Edited By Hacksaw on 10/10/2018 17:18:54

Thread: Help wanted in sourcing sewing machine motor capacitor
07/10/2018 21:00:27

Thanks Frances , I doubt she'll let me take them apart....sad

06/10/2018 20:05:35

My daughters hair straighteners make the dog go potty when they're switched on...electrical noise must hurt his ears ? Anything that will stop it ? Do those clip on cable watsits on phone chargers and laptops stop the " noise "?

I might add we can't here anything ,so it must be high pitched !

Edited By Hacksaw on 06/10/2018 20:10:16

Thread: Bearing race for bicycle wheel ?
07/09/2018 00:02:39

Bit off topic hijack ...Nigel , tell me more about this Whiskers catalogue..! I thought it was just a bike shop in North London ?

I bought this bike down our local tip for 15 quid, and thought it looked a bit up more market than a Halfords offering.. A decal on the seat tube says Whiskers , other decals say Raleigh Special Products . whiskers.jpg

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Thread: Last Night's Astro Image
14/08/2018 08:51:37

Watching the Perseids shower last night , along with the streaks , at times there were just bright small flashes , no tails , like how can I say , coming down vertically and burning up ? Were these meteors too?

Thread: Songs for the Workshop
26/07/2018 22:39:27

Parallel lines Blondie

Rule , Britannia

 

Anvil Chorus

Edited By Hacksaw on 26/07/2018 22:46:34

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