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    Cheers...

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    Gary, It’s one if those yes but no answers. ...

    Gary,
    It’s one if those yes but no answers.

    As a forum, yes, it is new... but as feature of the site, no, it is not new.
    The site has had a Links Directory for a long time, but the 3rd party...
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    Beers & cheers...

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    https://www.nscale.net/forums/mysmiliesvb/mysmilie...

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    cheers folks... a quiet but enjoyable day was had.
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    This thread is 15years old... I think (hope) the...

    This thread is 15years old... I think (hope) the original poster has found a solution by now.
    If your just adding additional info for others that may have this question in the future, just...
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    Cheers...

    Cheers
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    Here’s raising a glass in your name.
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    I love the way you build with consideration for...

    I love the way you build with consideration for illuminated night viewing.
  8. Thread: N Scale market

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    https://www.nscale.net/forums/mysmiliesvb/mysmilie...

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    ............
  9. That’ll be one big tortoise... dinosaur sized...

    That’ll be one big tortoise... dinosaur sized tortoise.
  10. More than cut a finger on that :eek:

    More than cut a finger on that :eek:
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    No, that’s what I sharpen the ban axe with ;)

    No, that’s what I sharpen the ban axe with ;)
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    I'm familiar with an old treadle Singer... and...

    I'm familiar with an old treadle Singer... and one of these;
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    Tip: Feed your hamster under the desk, or he...

    Tip: Feed your hamster under the desk, or he won’t peddle fast enough to power your computer.
  14. Thread: Armacher Sparken

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    https://www.nscale.net/forums/mysmiliesvb/mysmilie...

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    Ok, let’s turn down the temperature.
    It’s totally understandable that in any venue there will potentially be personality conflicts....
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    On the other hand, spending some time and a small...

    On the other hand, spending some time and a small amount money on a junker can be a good part of the learning curve... better than spending good money on expenses parts and messing it up as you work...
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    I was thinking the same, but didn’t want to jinx...

    I was thinking the same, but didn’t want to jinx it...
    He’s been away too long... we’re getting withdrawn symptoms :lol:
    It is great to see both Scaper & perth45 back at it.
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    More drivers, more drivers... :lol:

    More drivers, more drivers... :lol:
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    You do realize that getting into machining is...

    You do realize that getting into machining is like a hobby un to itself :D;)
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    I believe when Garrett’s were adopted by give...

    I believe when Garrett’s were adopted by give RR’s, their design was tailored to use a lot of common parts from existing mainline fleet locos (x-8-x), whereby minimizing their cost.
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    Depending on who you ask, but “old tool” might...

    Depending on who you ask, but “old tool” might describe me :lol:

    Back in Australia I have some old farm tools... drill brace, woodworking clamps, whitworth spanners, etc.
    But the oldest (I...
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    Going Uuuup ;) Nice work.

    Going Uuuup ;)

    Nice work.
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    I have an ASUS VT229H 21.5" Touch Monitor on a...

    I have an ASUS VT229H 21.5" Touch Monitor on a mini PC to control a CNC mill.
    It responds just fine... so I wouldn’t expect it to be an issue for JMRI.
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    Tony, you’ve been around this group for long...

    Tony, you’ve been around this group for long enough to know that with or without words (written, spoken, or otherwise) the well-being of our members is forefront in our minds.

    It is great to hear...
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    The collet holder (ER-16?) will accept metric and...

    The collet holder (ER-16?) will accept metric and imperial collets.
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    I believe the only difference between metric and...

    I believe the only difference between metric and imperial are the leadscrews.
    Accessories like rotary tables are in degrees.
    What accessory would want that is unit critical?
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