A web sight with some lovely photo's and info on amazing machines
|Joseph Noci 1||31/12/2018 09:52:29|
|524 forum posts|
I came across this site and simply enjoyed myself reading and ogling - what wonderful machinery used to be made!
Happy New Year!
(ONE sentence and I did not manage to omit typo's...)!
Edited By Joseph Noci 1 on 31/12/2018 09:53:16
|Nick Clarke 3||31/12/2018 11:56:32|
334 forum posts
If you go to lathes.co.uk you will see information on many machines, but look at the page on Rolls Royce precision lathes.
I think you may find it to your taste!
|225 forum posts|
Thanks for sharing, Joe.
Edited By Meunier on 01/01/2019 20:12:03
|Michael Gilligan||01/01/2019 20:18:55|
13580 forum posts
It did indeed ... but unfortunately "New Year's Resolution" jobs took precedence, and I forgot to say so
|2174 forum posts|
Yes, some nice machines there. Thanks for posting Joseph.
|1149 forum posts|
When going to the link Joseph posted I got a TROJAN warning, anyone else experience this ?
|Michael Gilligan||01/01/2019 23:28:52|
13580 forum posts
No warning on the iPad ... althought the page did take a long time to load on the first visit
[so perhaps they were all climbing aboard]
IMPORTANT EDIT : I have just checked with Sucuri
... but the risk "only" appears to be advert serving ... so more a problem for the site owner than ourselves [?]
Edited By Michael Gilligan on 01/01/2019 23:32:24
Edited By Michael Gilligan on 01/01/2019 23:42:44
|Paul White 3||02/01/2019 11:44:40|
|92 forum posts|
Joe, Many thanks for the very interesting link.
Emgee, I had a screen appear that suggested itself to be a windows security alert, warning me of a virus attack(3of them) and listing them, with the information that my operating system was in melt down. Action was advised to immediately use a scan (free of charge) by downloading from the page.
Ran windows security scan and Malwarebytes both gave clear result. The initial screen was quite convincing, take care.
|Phil Whitley||02/01/2019 12:59:12|
|852 forum posts|
I think this "home made" lathe takes some beating, both beautiful and scarily accurate!
Edited By Phil Whitley on 02/01/2019 13:42:31
102 forum posts
What else but a very loud WOW! can you say about this???
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