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Mark Rimmell

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Done! [Jan. 21st, 2010|04:45 pm]
Mark Rimmell
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[User Picture]From: ian_wyrdness
2010-01-21 05:18 pm (UTC)
They don't look very Victorian.
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[User Picture]From: markrimmell
2010-01-21 05:23 pm (UTC)
Nope, made during the reign of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

Besides they won't be seen as they are going under the lathe cradle.
All will become clear, I promise.
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[User Picture]From: ian_wyrdness
2010-01-21 05:26 pm (UTC)
I had a bonkers idea about how you could lift your lathe. I'll tell you tomorrow, but it's probably too daft to be practical.
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[User Picture]From: markrimmell
2010-01-21 05:51 pm (UTC)
Air-bag?

Pneumatic or hydraulic ram?

Counter weights?

Anti-gravity paint?



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[User Picture]From: ian_wyrdness
2010-01-21 06:28 pm (UTC)
One of those ideas is close. Now I just have to invent the anti-gravity paint.
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[User Picture]From: pinkwitch2000
2010-01-21 07:58 pm (UTC)
I have already done that. The problem was keeping it in the tin once I opened the lid.
Anyway, the best way to raise the lathe is with a measured amount of dynamite.
And the white objects in Rimmells photo are wheels (taken off his Chad Valley Wooden train suitable for children of 3 and over)
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