Try Screwfix, their 'Pond Cable' is actually H07RN
I just needed flexible cable quick, would have liked H07RN but couldn't get any in time so bought 10m from Screwfix and when I opened up the packaging it had H07RN printed on the cable sheath
That would be correct
When a built my garage a few years ago I kept it at 30 sq m to avoid paying for building regs as I wasn't flush at the time
I did add an extension 2 years later that was about 7 sq m
Got pulled by plod on a motorbike years ago, he told me to slow down to which I replied I wasn't. He proceeded to get out of the car so I pulled my helmet off and said sorry, couldn't hear you. He repeated the slow down message then got in the car and drove off :laughing:
Depends on your POV, long shafts are simpler and cheaper to maintain but Rotoflex rears are supposed to have better handling characteristics but are harder and more expensive to maintain
I've had both, last was a Spitfire with a 2.5 Pi out of a TR6, that was on long shafts and I tried various...
Yes, they were called Rotoflex couplings
Triumph GT6 MK11 and early MKIII had them on the rear drive shaft a and the 1300 FWD had them as well on the driveshafts
Changing the GT6 Rotoflex was a bit of a mission, the coupling came banded so you could fit it and then cut the banding once...
For general use in a hand or pillar drill I've been using these from Screwfix
I wasn't expecting much but quite...
Not today but spread over several days I made a new work bench, this started from an stainless kitchen prep table, all thats left of the original table is the stainless worktop, rest was made to fit.
Legs are 40x40x4mm box
Worktop frame is 50x50x3 angle
Under the stainless top is 4 layers of...
@skotl None of what I have done is necessary, the Ender 5 Plus worked perfectly well out of the box as did my previous printer which was a Copymaster 300 V2.
The reasons for these modifications was simply the noise was slightly annoying to my wife and daughter when running overnight. Also, as...