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Old 17-10-2017, 04:36 PM   #501
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Here is my home made magnetic polisher.

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Old 18-10-2017, 05:14 PM   #502
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My Home made Queen Bee A I unit.

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Old 19-10-2017, 04:11 PM   #503
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Apprentice, your posts are so uplifting for me. I have made a decision to make the absolute most of the resources I do have, and learn some new skills. I want especially to make clothes, but can't seem to dedicate the time in between the day job. That's the first problem I must solve.

I am sorry that I rarely contribute to discussions, but I do follow along.
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Old 19-10-2017, 04:23 PM   #504
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Apprentice, your posts are so uplifting for me. I have made a decision to make the absolute most of the resources I do have, and learn some new skills. I want especially to make clothes, but can't seem to dedicate the time in between the day job. That's the first problem I must solve.

I am sorry that I rarely contribute to discussions, but I do follow along.
Thanks, I am getting long in the tooth for sharing my skills today, but still do as much as I can, but not quite as much as I did ten years ago, one thing I have noticed is our access to recycled materials has been blocked, IE, skips now have barriers around them and covers over them, all under the health a safety paradigm, and more people are looking for decent materials to make things with, so I know that many people are already diversifying as we speak.
The very best way to make time and home made products is in a small group who can share machines and materials, some will try and go it alone and hoard raw materials and learn on their own but its better in a smaller group.

The charities throw out tons of cloths each week, here we often see a skip full sat waiting at the back of the shops, which they have to pay for, so the charity shop is now a bussiness which have to make ends meet.

Things are changing so fast compared to when we started 25 years ago, but there is still plenty of scope to get what you need, hang on in there and you will get what you want if you desire it.

What this forum needs is a weekly do it yourself blog, funded by the members themselves, a sort of IkOp CooP.

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Old 28-10-2017, 01:27 PM   #505
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My home made marquetry chevalette.

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Old 02-11-2017, 04:43 PM   #506
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Old 22-11-2017, 12:32 PM   #507
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Its been a while since I posted anything due to setting up the new workshop, havingalso been distracted by the current political reverberations, but I am now ready to concentrate on getting down to making a few more things this winter.

Pictured below is the new place of all things tinkering at the bench, now fully equipped and as warm as toast compared to the former old wooden workshop outside in the yard, where water in a cup will freeze with no heating on.





Below is a batch of exotic timbers I have had laying around for quite some time, there is many billets of Desert Ironwood, Partridge Wood, Lignum Vitae, two lovely boards of finely grained Bubinga that I plan on making a living room coffee table with turned legs, A nice big board of Zebrano for making place mats with, and finally a huge plank of Pink Ivory Wood with superb flethching and grain patterns, certainly more than enough to keep my mind on making things instead of talking false flags and moaning about the vagaries of the weather and the pice of whiskey.



I have finally finished my rotary tumbler polisher, the container is from ebay with a quick snap fast seal which is ideal for polishing the larger items.



Thanks for looking.

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Old 23-11-2017, 08:04 PM   #508
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Another settle that I made this summer, we now have them in the allotment and back yard, the lathes fit the contour of the back and seated area and allow the air to circulate and prevent sweating.

Total cost for making this came to £38.00.

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Old 24-11-2017, 11:15 PM   #509
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How did you get along with the bronze tools??

This is what I'm running for soldering today, no need for bottles of expensive gasses, its a fairly good tool but does needs some PTFE tape on the bubbler bottle to fix the loose threads which is a common fault on these.

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/H180-Oxyge...wAAOSwa~BYbTfS

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vL-MCgbOe-8

These are way better than gas torches for fine intricate work.
I will start bashing some out when I get time to build a work shop in the garden. Working space really comes at a premium down south as your have to compete financially with the London set.

A small child and gardening work that funds the new structure are also hampering progress somewhat at the moment. However your input is really appreciated.
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Old 25-11-2017, 10:46 PM   #510
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I will start bashing some out when I get time to build a work shop in the garden. Working space really comes at a premium down south as your have to compete financially with the London set.

A small child and gardening work that funds the new structure are also hampering progress somewhat at the moment. However your input is really appreciated.
Will you buy a small shed or similar, you don't need planning permission for a shed.
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Old 25-11-2017, 11:57 PM   #511
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Old 30-10-2018, 09:40 PM   #514
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I'll post a few pics when I am done. I have an old Logitech Squeezebox Touch that I really love. It's connected to my living room stereo, and I use it to stream radio stations and podcasts over the internet. I wanted one for my bedroom system so I can go to bed earlier listening to my late night shows. Problem is, Logitech no longer makes these and no one else makes anything like it. I paid $250 for mine new, but now new ones are going for &600-800.

One nice thing - Logitech released all of its Squeezebox software into the public domain. Now, there is a whole new cottage industry of people coding and manufacturing all the different parts one would need to build a Squeezebox clone, complete with touch screen.

I just finished building mine, spending the vast amount of my time, several hours, trying to get the wifi to work. My house is not wired. I just found out about powerline wifi adapters that should fix my problem, and after I try a pair of those, and if this thing works, I'll update my post.

Parts so far:
Raspberry Pi 3 B+
HiFiBerry DAC+ Pro
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Open Source Software
piCorePlayer
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Logitech LMS server

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Old 31-10-2018, 10:05 AM   #515
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Can someone please remind me how to post an image on here? I've done it in the past, but can't remember how - a senior moment perhaps?!

Is there a 'browse your computer' feature or must we download our pictures to a website like flickr first? If so, I don't think I can be bothered...

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Old 31-10-2018, 11:59 AM   #516
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Can someone please remind me how to post an image on here? I've done it in the past, but can't remember how - a senior moment perhaps?!

Is there a 'browse your computer' feature or must we download our pictures to a website like flickr first? If so, I don't think I can be bothered...

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i think you can right click the image, copy 'properties' and then paste that into the window that opens up by hitting the 'insert image' tab in the reply window - on my browser the insert image tab is on the bottom row under the undo / redo arrows.

You have to remove the text that is in the insert image tab though, then paste in the properties that you copied.

Should work.

Otherwise you're stuck with photobucket or similar.

There is also the 'paperclip' icon (next to the smilies) to attach files stored on your pc - but i think that is a premmie only feature.

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