Well done. The term usually used is "turntable". "Record player" was generally used for the very cheap all-in-one units small children used.
Hi Yaron, I was just being a little cheeky. Nothing too serious. But cellulose or clear tape are more generic terms. "drumlovr" didn't get it. My wife, who is a photographer, loves you for your light box idea. Of course I'll be the one making it. Naturally, a labour of love. Mike
Very nice! I'm puzzled about some terms you have used. What is double sided scotch? I've heard of single malt, Irish, Canadian, etc but never "double sided". Is the job that hard that you needed a drink? And "where to put the scoches". You mean you planned where to put the glass?Please clarify.
Thank you for metric!
I noticed no sign of scratching fropm the blade. The original shinny gloss was still on the finish.
Here's another way with whole rolled oats i.e. not "quick" oats.In a small sauce pan add:1 tablespoon per person of oats.Salt to tasteMay add cinnamon, saffron, vanilla, etc., if you wish.Pour in boiling water - You will have to experiment with this. Depends on each batch of oats. They vary. How thick you like your porridge?Leave overnight.Cook next morning, stirring frequently until the "cream" starts to rise.Serve straight or with a pat of butter, some honey, milk, etc.
I've successfully used a razor blade. You know the one sided ones. Perfectly clean.Takes elbow grease!
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