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Michael Gilligan10/10/2019 10:43:09
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I just found this on Youtube: **LINK**

... an interesting project, and the video demonstrates a wide range of processes.

We often see requests for ‘suitable projects’ so let me commend this one.



P.S. ... I despise the use of adjustable spanners though !

Edited By JasonB on 10/10/2019 16:36:01

Brian Wood10/10/2019 11:12:50
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That was fun Michael, thank you for pointing it out


Bandersnatch10/10/2019 16:29:35
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Yes it was fun!

My only criticism of the video - in common with many others (and indeed many magazine articles) - is that it launches right in to show you the making of the parts without showing the finished item that you are building. You have to wait right to the end for that. Which leaves you all the way through lacking a vital piece of information.

It would make much more sense (to me) to start with a view of the finished item and then show how it was made.

(In my case, I downloaded the video, skipped to the end then came back to the beginning).

JasonB10/10/2019 16:37:11
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I have embedded the video in Michael's post which shows the completed engine as the thumbnail.

Michael Gilligan10/10/2019 21:37:09
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Thanks, Jason


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