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Very nice indeed. Thanks.
You were not afraid to take some extra pictures. Better twenty too much than one missing, I like that. Good instructable. Your next edition of this press -say a 20 tons edition- can use a bit of additional strength theory, I think; for instance: the top triangle is hardly doing a thing except being a nice touch. Your motto will be: bring the bulk of the material to the outer dimensions. Thanks for the effort of telling us about your press.
Very nice instructable. Your vice is way too small, get yourself a really big one made out of steel, (160 mm wide or bigger) than you can bore into the sides of the yaws (M12) with amazing possibilities.
My database tells me there are 8406 books, numbered in 72 categories. Each front, each back and each spine is scanned into the database, (I like colorful pictures, this was quite a job), each weight is noted and each bookplace: by bookcase and by number of the shelve (shell 0 is the top of the bookcase; into the book, so I can tell where each book belongs to be put back; this works quite well). Each writer gets his or her picture into it (if available), and the text of Google, preferably both English and Dutch, also. 19,7 GB. I do love books.
Very nice, thank you.
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