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Man and Machinery
« on: 20.12. 2008 13:09 »
Man and Machinery  *smile* ! Off topic, but I am sure many will find this very interesting. Some amazing stuff and skills to be seen.

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Re: Man and Machinery
« Reply #1 on: 20.12. 2008 22:53 »
Thanks for that.

There doesn't seem to be much in the way of forums for model engineering out there.

A lathe is on top of my "please santa I've been a good boy" list, but it won't happen this year, maybe later next year if I can scrape some money together.

It's funny I can always justify spending a few quid on the bikes, but stumping up (or is that saving up) the cash for tools always seems painful.