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  1. Thread: New toy

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    Bob, that's SO clever :) I'm very impressed!

    Bob, that's SO clever :) I'm very impressed!
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    beautiful work - you're very talented :)

    beautiful work - you're very talented :)
  3. Thread: short video

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    I enjoyed that! So I wandered round some of...

    I enjoyed that!

    So I wandered round some of the others. Amazing metalwork too! I'm very impressed :)
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    I'd wear that in a heartbeat! I'd probably get...

    I'd wear that in a heartbeat! I'd probably get arrested for nicking it from some museum, but it would be worth it. Fab :)

    I'm especially envious because it's a look I seem to be incapable of...
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    The Tuffnells oxycons are more than adequate to...

    The Tuffnells oxycons are more than adequate to run a Little Torch - no additional oxygen needed. All you need to add is a propane bottle, flashback arrestor and hose.
  6. Thread: Torch choice

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    And of course crème brûlée

    And of course crème brûlée
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    Goodness this is exciting. I wonder what Andrea's...

    Goodness this is exciting. I wonder what Andrea's going to try to sell us...
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    You wont regret it Wendy - I've replaced the...

    You wont regret it Wendy - I've replaced the drive belt on mine once (though it would have lasted a lot longer), and the inner cap rubber a couple of times and occasionally adjust the belt settings...
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    I tried one similar to that Wendy - not mine, I'm...

    I tried one similar to that Wendy - not mine, I'm glad to say, as I didn't like it at all. Horribly noisy and then it just packed up. Which was a bit disappointing given that it cost its owner quite...
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    Lortone all the way for me. Mine has been going...

    Lortone all the way for me. Mine has been going strong for more years than I care to remember.

    If you can't get one (they're hard to find in the UK at the moment), then anything with a rubber,...
  11. Thread: Torch choice

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    An orca running on mapp might be a good choice....

    An orca running on mapp might be a good choice. It has the advantage that you can switch it over to propane if you prefer with an adapter.

    The option is to double up with a pair of handhelds (one...
  12. Thread: 14k solder

    by mizgeorge
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    I have these too, and they're fine, but for this...

    I have these too, and they're fine, but for this particular application, paste or wire just work better - with a slight preference for wire. I'll report back on the results!
  13. Thread: Going 3D.

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    I do hope not Dennis - I've loved these :)

    I do hope not Dennis - I've loved these :)
  14. Thread: 14k solder

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    Actually, I hadn't spotted the one from Israel,...

    Actually, I hadn't spotted the one from Israel, and as this is for a single solder job, I could probably get away with extra easy. I might give them a try. Thanks Dennis :)
  15. Thread: 14k solder

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    14k solder

    I'm looking for some 14k yellow gold solder in either wire (my preference) or paste form. Has anyone come across any in the UK? I'd normally get it from the US, but the post over there seems to have...
  16. Thread: Going 3D.

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    That's fab Dennis - and lovely to see one of your...

    That's fab Dennis - and lovely to see one of your lovely extendable clasps in action again. I'm also not a huge fan of round silver beads, but using the 'magic' crimping pliers with regular 2mm...
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    Caroline - that looks very much like a Parker 50...

    Caroline - that looks very much like a Parker 50 Falcon in the TX brown - these are very much sought after now as they had a fairly limited production run - lucky you!

    Of all the older British...
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    Hi Geoffrey, I've seen your name over on FPN -...

    Hi Geoffrey, I've seen your name over on FPN - I'm also a pen person - mainly repair and restoration, and a bit of collecting, and writing of course! Nice to see you here!

    And Caroline - give me...
  19. Thread: Parsley Oil.

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    Thank you Dennis :) I'd rather lost track of...

    Thank you Dennis :)

    I'd rather lost track of the days recently!
  20. Fantastic! We love ducks here :) Clever little...

    Fantastic! We love ducks here :) Clever little bracket too - it looks like it works perfectly.

    I don't think you should be kneeling though. It's not very dignified (or it certainly isn't when I do...
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    This one: ...

    This one:

    https://bettsmetalsales.com/brightening-fluid-for-barelling-machine

    Excellent for both machines, and needs literally drops. I decant it into a smaller bottle with a pipette lid to...
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    I hadn't spotted the time - Dennis is absolutely...

    I hadn't spotted the time - Dennis is absolutely right, thirty minutes really is a bare minimum - I tend to run a tumbler overnight (it's quite safe - they're designed to run for weeks on end). I do...
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    It's sterling, it will pit when you ball it up....

    It's sterling, it will pit when you ball it up. Adding some fine silver scrap if you have it will help - the higher the silver content, the fewer holes, lumps and bumps. It also helps a lot to add...
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    Tumblers are designed to polish rocks/stones...

    Tumblers are designed to polish rocks/stones (hence rock tumbler) so they certainly won't do any harm, but it might take a while to blunt your pins if that's the problem. I have pins in my preferred...
  25. Almost all commercially sold (rather than studio...

    Almost all commercially sold (rather than studio jeweller / handmade) jewellery is plated before sale. It saves on polishing and finishing costs and hides any firescale, oxidisation, or tarnish...
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