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    I prefer a zoom microscope, but on the...

    I prefer a zoom microscope, but on the understanding that any (stereo) microscope is better than none, if the price is right I'd go for it. Mine runs from about 6-40x (using 10x eyepieces) although...
  2. What you probably want is a company that'll do...

    What you probably want is a company that'll do lost wax casting & burnout of organic materials; the burnout can be fraught sometimes as sometimes they don't fully decompose. Flowers should be OK for...
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    It's a post count limitation designed to reduce...

    It's a post count limitation designed to reduce spammers hitting us with links. Can't offhand remember if it's 5 or 6 posts...

    This one?


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FeMd_ZXkXa0
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    Moderator only - I don't have the keys :) I'd...

    Moderator only - I don't have the keys :)
    I'd only have to bounce it up the line to Rob or Dave (dgrose).
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    Laser cutting silver is more problematic due to...

    Laser cutting silver is more problematic due to the heat conduction and reflectivity of the material, so that limits the kit slightly (steel's easy in comparison). Photoetching silver - I'm assuming...
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    That would be me. Your orders page is not...

    That would be me.

    Your orders page is not visible to anyone but you, so doesn't really provide anything additional.

    You're going to be more likely to shift these as individual items than a job...
  7. Thread: Gold Plating?

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    Brush plating I just use the gold solution over...

    Brush plating I just use the gold solution over silver. Very thin though.
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    Anyway, looking forwards to seeing the ring.

    Anyway, looking forwards to seeing the ring.
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    Yup, happy Christmas everyone.

    Yup, happy Christmas everyone.
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    Some of use don't need drugs for that! As I...

    Some of use don't need drugs for that!

    As I mentioned on another thread, being put onto diazepam & cocodamol made me disjointed and unable to focus (mentally) on anything - I couldn't hold a...
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    Poll: Wouldn't worry about it Bob - perfectly...

    Wouldn't worry about it Bob - perfectly understandable. Sorry I just assumed it was late at first!
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    Poll: Ach, I hadn't seen that one before I responded. ...

    Ach, I hadn't seen that one before I responded. I'd guessed at it being late, but not at additional causes. I do know that being stuck on diazepam & cocodamol a short while back left me so unable...
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    Poll: BTW - in another thread, Bob mentions that his...

    BTW - in another thread, Bob mentions that his medication was causing communication problems, so that explains the slightly garbled message.
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    Poll: I think it may have been a tad late in Aus when...

    I think it may have been a tad late in Aus when that was written... :)

    Yes, you can solder them closed and yes, you can leave them open as a safety feature. There isn't a standard, but for higher...
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    Or just use a burnisher to create it?

    Or just use a burnisher to create it?
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    It fits the GRS dovetail, so you lift off the...

    It fits the GRS dovetail, so you lift off the benchpeg and hang that in place. Quick & easy to switch between the peg, Benchmate and shelf. And the soldering station too.
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    Given I've got a GRS dovetail on my bench, I use...

    Given I've got a GRS dovetail on my bench, I use the GRS block shelf to drop the microblock to a suitable level to be able to use the scope. My chair has to be adjusted higher for that too - the...
  18. Thread: 1001 posts

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    Just about :)

    Just about :)
  19. Thread: Fretz Hammers

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    Ob. reminder - we don't do politics here.

    Ob. reminder - we don't do politics here.
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    For setting, I usually use a GRS microblock. ...

    For setting, I usually use a GRS microblock. Just been using one to hold some 1/2" round to carve a new touchmark, but I really ought to have used the big vice.
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    Setting benches are often slightly different -...

    Setting benches are often slightly different - the ones I've seen are more ergonomic for scope work, while being little to no use for general bench work.
    I use a scope with my bench; I need to use a...
  22. Thread: Fretz Hammers

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    Granted, handles are consumable items - but I'm...

    Granted, handles are consumable items - but I'm more than a bit surprised that they don't offer replacements. Very odd. If only you knew someone who could do woodwork... :)
    (Yes, I'd probably...
  23. It's not "buying off the forum" - it's a private...

    It's not "buying off the forum" - it's a private sale.
    No different to responding to an advert on Benchpeg.
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    https://www.airgraver.com Steve Lindsay. I...

    https://www.airgraver.com

    Steve Lindsay.

    I have a dual angle fixture, so I don't use the templates. Anything that's on there I can grind without them.
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    Either way, ask a doctor.

    Either way, ask a doctor.
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