Archive for November, 2013
I’m working on a clock project that requires the disassembly of an old clock. The cover was removed by undoing 4 screws on the rear, I’m not sure of the name but they are similar to those used for bike
During a recent work trip to Marseille, I learnt that this year the city was European Capital of Culture. There are lots of arts events on this year but I was limited to what could be done in the evenings.
Mate Alan wanted fit some new flush handles to a folding bathroom door. These required a large hole cutting in the door and a hole saw seemed ideal for the job. He had inherited a hole saw mandrel but it
A bargain lamp find in a big store was discovered to have a broken ring on the top. The ring appeared to be made out of brass or possibly plated steel. We decided to buy it anyway and fix it
Back in 1986 for my GCSE in “Craft Design and Technology” I had the idea of building an X-Y Plotter for my project. I recently found a couple of photos of the project so I though I’d revisit the project