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A most excellent presentation. The photos give great details on the assembly and you know most guys don't read instructions, we just look at the pictures anyway ?
A most excellent presentation. The photos give great details on the assembly and you know most guys don't read instructions, we just look at the pictures anyway
Water evaporates. Thus the well runs dry. Thence without perpetual resupplication the perpetually ceases. Since the machine does not support itself in and of itself, it is not by pure definition perpetual. Having examined all the evidence and applied a thorough analysis of all factors involved I can only summate the following conclusion... Coooolllll! ?
I had a fellow,coworker I needed to ask a question. He always wanted to go into details which I really didn't need to know and time was short. When He started, I politely told him..ok I in essence don't need to know the theory of aerodymics, I just need to know what time to be at the airport. He grinned and I got the answer. You sir have gotten that down. ?
That is a tribute to old world craftsmanship. A time when as much detail went into the aesthetics of the tools and equipment as went into the product. ?
I could have used this idea yesterday! Good idea. I bet you could stack up jig saw blades in a similar matter for use on holes to shape.
My favorite is Durhams Rock Hard water putty. It comes as a powder and you mix it with water and dries hard. You can also use 5 min. epoxy to almost fill the hole, let it dry and then top it off with the saw dust mix. It will dry faster since it won't be as thick. Use the sawdust from your project so it will stain to match.