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Engineering language, pain and beards

One of the things that makes engineering a bit inaccessible to newbs is the language that is always used but rarely explained. It differentiates the young from the old like a weathered beard, a list of expensive mistakes or a drawer full of wires … Continue reading

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Saving money with laser cutting.

Laser cutting has been around for a long time and has been embraced by industry for the most part but I still do see some instances of designs that don’t really take advantage of all the things you can do with it. … Continue reading

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English Wheel Drawings

I haven’t posted anything in a while simply because I haven’t *done* anything interesting in as long. However, TAFE is starting again soon, so I’ll have some interesting stuff to show from this week on. …aaaaand in preperation for TAFE, … Continue reading

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Tube bead roller

I haven’t been able to do any “proper” work on the last couple of weeks due to some geographical problems, so I’ve put my spare time to use by drawing up a tube bead roller that I can make if … Continue reading

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English Wheel Project.

I have a (very) long term goal of making a car from scratch. I’d like to make the panelwork out of steel and so I figured I’d need to obtain an English Wheel in order to do it. I was … Continue reading

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