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I know I'm a pedantic twit but it really bugs me when pics are not orientated so the subject is easy to interpret.  [attachment=23393] I tend not to lie on my side when viewing the screen!!! Things ma...
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HI Steve, Hope you and her are well. Very much a matter of experimenting then as no-one has given very precise guidance. The Dremel replacement arrived today and seems well enough built, probably i...
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Even my brother in law who was a top design engineer before he retired suffers from this affliction. He builds them from scratch. Proper steam of course none of this electricky rubbish. [attachment=2...
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(3rd-May-22, 10:02 PM)Kevan Wrote:   (3rd-May-22, 07:48 PM)Gordon Steadman Wrote:  I'm just an old misery. The thought of toy trains turns what is left of my brain to mush. Never, ever ha...
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I'm just an old misery. The thought of toy trains turns what is left of my brain to mush. Never, ever has there been the slightest inkling of any interest in there. After all, they don't go round co...
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How very annoying of them! BRM do a 24th and now this. As I have owned almost every full size version of this car, I am finding it increasingly difficult to resist. Only the thought of Ronnie's righ...
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So I saw this advert for big bags of tea for stupid money. How could I resist. I don't drink tea. So what are you going to do with it? :tease:
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Can someone who is used to resin give me some guidance? I'm not sure how thick to leave the bodies. With superglue impregnated balsa I can manage 2mm while retaining strength, I would assume that res...
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(27th-Apr-22, 08:04 PM)Carver Wrote:   (27th-Apr-22, 09:55 AM)Gordon Steadman Wrote:  There is obviously more to this slush casting business than meets the eye. Whilst I'm pleased with the ...
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(27th-Apr-22, 10:22 AM)Anthony B Wrote:  Strange - I have had 3 Dremels in 30 years - still have all of them. Only issue I have had is battery life.... so I always buy spares. PS Battery version...
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Ronnie very kindly allowed me a morning off today. Must say I feel better for it, working solidly on the house all the time does make one a dull boy! I've only ever seen these cars as solid lumps of ...
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I suspect that the owner will start to suffer too if you use silicones on his track. They definitely leave a residue that spoils traction for other types. There are some of us who think they are the ...
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(23rd-Apr-22, 04:38 PM)Scuderia_Turini Wrote:  I think that scenario is nationwide. If I was a tradesman I would probably respond best to telephone calls, emails are too easy for people to fire ...
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Try living in France! Fortunately, I'm doing most of the work myself but the plumbing and electrics are difficult in this place so we are having the professionals in....alegedly. When they do turn u...
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I suspect that half of the problem is that people getting trained by the need for brevity when texting. No excuse in my book though.
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(20th-Apr-22, 03:06 PM)JasonB Wrote:   (20th-Apr-22, 01:14 PM)Gordon Steadman Wrote:  Back at the beginning of the year, I sent three of my wooden cars to a guy in the UK so he could make m...
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(20th-Apr-22, 01:42 PM)42redcat Wrote:  Would you consider making any more copies of the resin shells? I’d love one of the Bristols! Mike Hi Mike, One of the reasons I sent them to the UK was b...
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Back at the beginning of the year, I sent three of my wooden cars to a guy in the UK so he could make moulds for me (sorry John, it's a long way to New Zealand) They weren't really up to commercial s...
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...ye gods, I'm actually happy that Ferrari won the first race of the season. What is the world coming to Anthony? Mercedes will no doubt get their act together but the important thing is that a cert...
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