Sounds like an instruction, anyway welcome.
I'm not sure there is a need for those massive bits of box but yeah, Royal blue.
Presumably Richard Burns?
Indeed, I appear to have had a bit too much to drink.
Well in fairness, 7mm over 7m, to extrapolate (1/1000), is the sort of accuracy that fizzy is looking for:laughing:
Really lovely job Sir, and what is your view on the longevity of those drawer runners. That's a question rather than a criticism,, - just thinking...
You are absolutely right about the clamp opportunities that arise though I should say that there is, conversly is a greater chance of tools...
Well that's an engineer talking, I fabricate to half a mil, an astrology talks in light years. Make of that what you will.
Well that's madness to be out 3/16 over an inch.
I've just had my mitutoyo out (don't worry the police have stopped any further investigation) and...
Well it's got to be cheaper than wining and dining them. :laughing:
Reminds me of Paris Hilton with a Chihuahua.
Perhaps ironically, you'll now have to knock up some seating in case anyone visits.
You're all wrong. This is clearly breeze block with a Royal iced coating.
As far as replacements go, you'll get a good match around Yule tide!
No, Tom it is not possible, in any language. My issue is having had a temporary one many years ago it is now impossible for me to get one without...
That whole CSCS thing is a disgrace.
And other incredible tips, use a toothbrush or bottle brush to give the holes a thorough clean. Save the dust, when you have finished filing with...
All well and good Tom but as I'm sure you are aware the real beauty of a carver (this particular type) lies in its unique power to be reversed.
Not a huge uptake and once you've paid I guess that's that and enjoy.
Personally I'd be dropping prices to encourage folks to return.
Hammersmith riverfront pub, today. Listen to this - £7 a pint. No delivery charge.
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