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Steviegtr06/10/2020 17:30:18
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Just wondered if any members watch Mr Crispin video's on youtube.

He does a lot of steam engine machining & expresses the work with precision.

Steve.

Emgee06/10/2020 17:54:24
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Yes Steve, i've watched a few of his videos, always good quality pictures and sound, also he has an infectious way of describing the parts he makes.

Emgee

Steve King 506/10/2020 18:04:19
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I also watch his videos. Just wish he was more consistent with his release of content

Oldiron06/10/2020 18:18:27
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I watch when he uploads. He won a toolbox full of tools in Keith Fenners "What's in your box" 2014

regards

Paul Kemp06/10/2020 20:37:42
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Very talented and skilled young man, well worth taking note of.

Paul.

Bill Phinn06/10/2020 20:51:23
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Yes, talented and a good presenter, as well as singularly lucky to apparently have had access to a private workshop with a Bridgeport mill, Myford lathe, sets of gauge blocks, dividing heads and all sorts of sundry other paraphernalia at the age of seventeen.

Oldiron06/10/2020 21:42:56
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Here is the presentation that gained him entry to Keith Fenners competition. mrcrispin

A very good example of what any boy or girl can achieve if they have enough getup & go.

regards

Stuart Smith 506/10/2020 22:30:32
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Bill

Oldiron beat me to it. If you watch his video, you can see that he created his own worktop by his own efforts from an early age. No luck involved! Just hard work and a determination ( plus his parents encouragement and allowing him to make a workshop in their back yard).

Stuart

Versaboss06/10/2020 22:33:37
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I saw one of his videos just a couple of days ago. What did astonish me was his dialect. Can someone here tell me from where he comes?

Regards,
Hans

Bill Phinn06/10/2020 23:02:36
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Posted by Versaboss on 06/10/2020 22:33:37:

I saw one of his videos just a couple of days ago. What did astonish me was his dialect. Can someone here tell me from where he comes?

Regards,
Hans

Yorkshire, from the sound of it.

|Posted by Stuart Smith 5 on 06/10/2020 22:30:32:

Bill

Oldiron beat me to it. If you watch his video, you can see that he created his own worktop by his own efforts from an early age. No luck involved! Just hard work and a determination ( plus his parents encouragement and allowing him to make a workshop in their back yard).

Stuart

I don't dispute the hard work and determination, Stuart; on the contrary, I admire it.

A generous measure of luck, however, still seems to be involved; my three siblings would have sooner seen me hanged, drawn and quartered than allow me to permanently usurp communal space in the parental home, and that includes my shared bedroom.

Steviegtr06/10/2020 23:16:19
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Yes he is a very talented young man. Probably a member of this forum too.

He has to be good he has a Myford, sorry had to get that in.

I watch a lot of youtube & admire many of the talented , Love to watch Ades workshop. Blondiehacks, Doubleboost (just to watch him cock things up & drop everything), oxtoolco, Stefan gottsewinter, this old Tony & plenty more. I must stop watching youtube & get on with some projects.

Regards to all.

Steve.

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