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      ajs reacted to Stigmorgan's post in the thread Bargain of the day! with Like Like.
      Scrolling through the local sales sites I came across someone offering a brand new unused electric plane for £5, a couple of "downsides"...
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      ajs reacted to Kittyhawk's post in the thread Boeing B.17F with Like Like.
      A couple of B.17s, the 'F' variant being the type most recognisable of this iconic aeroplane. Both models are for the same good customer...
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      ajs replied to the thread Quality Metalwork Files.
      Found those files I mentioned here. Also curious to the logic of the bowdleriser - how does "barsteward" become "turnip"?
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      ajs replied to the thread Quality Metalwork Files.
      Interesting that you recommend smaller files. I'm a recent convert after previously regarding 8-10" as standard but have now gone down...
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      ajs reacted to Phil Pascoe's post in the thread My bargain of the weekend. with Like Like.
      https://www.ninetribe.uk/products/burnmaster-eagle-2-port-wood-burner-2pens-10tips-and-bag-set-for-wood-leather-gourd?gclid=Cj0KCQjwxb2XB...
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      ajs replied to the thread Pillar drill.
      Yep, the whole head moves up and down on the column. A have a mini drill for circuit boards that works the same way - see the pic. For...
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      ajs reacted to Amateur's post in the thread Post a photo of the last thing you made with Like Like.
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      ajs replied to the thread 16amp circuit.
      It'll probably be fine - it depends on the specifics of the installation. Reading between the lines it appears your electrician is...
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      ajs replied to the thread 16amp circuit.
      You don't need a switch but for a cost of perhaps a fiver I wouldn't see any reason not to have one. Yes, it will need to be RCD...
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      ajs replied to the thread Never lose a pencil again.
      In my experience the 0.5mm and 0.7mm sizes popular for writing are too fragile and wear too quickly for workshop use. I moved to 0.9mm...
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      ajs replied to the thread Cleaning up pencil mark's on wood..
      Sure. I use quite a bit of masking tape for labelling parts to ensure the pencil jottings  are easily removed. Not so much for cut marks...
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      ajs replied to the thread Euro 2022 final.
      But completely ignored when it might have been helpful. In th days of analogue TV it was often difficult to distinguish the brown from...
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      ajs replied to the thread Pallet compatible tool stand.
      That's the usual solution but it does compromise stability. For something like a drill or table saw not an issue but consider damping...
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      No, not using pallet wood for a tool stand but building a tool stand compatible with a pallet truck to make it easy to move. It seems...
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      ajs replied to the thread Maths help required.
      Radius of 8.5mm. 17mm would be the diameter.
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