Rick, i hope you and all in the affected areas fared well. This was a nasty one!!
Tin....glad you made out ok!!
Welcome Jerry from just over the mountains here in NC.
Brian....sorry for the delay...have been out of town for last 5 days. I used just a piece of 1/4" dia craytex (rubberized abrasive) extended from...
Welcome Patrick. Please feel free to ask questions, most of us have been down the same road are here to help.
A short update to the work on the pump over the last day or so, some bling, which is uncharacteristic for me, and I received yesterday the globe...
Don, either the dogs were barking approval at seeing it finally run or terrified of the fire breathing dragon looming over their heads...I think...
Welcome Todd, it sounds like you will fit in here just fine!!!:)
Thanks guys, I will post more once the painting and remainder of the fittings are done.
Here is an initial video of the engine under power. It not finished yet but the final plumbing and valve work can be done while I am painting the...
Nice job on the oscillator...the first one is always special too!! So what do you hahve on the drawing board for a next project?
Beautiful shop Whisper...way too clean...but nice Welcome to the forum too.
Brian, All the work and attention to details really paid off...thta is one beautiful model and the base sets it off perfectly too!!! Well done....
You minght try these guys...I have used them before with good results.
Charlie, you may have seen already some of the hoglet and webster build logs which may be a starting point. Not sure they are true beginner models...
Welcome Zane, and thanks for the introduction. Hopefully some of the members more into multi-cylinder small IC engines will be able to help with...
Welcome to HMEM Art. Happy you found the forum. And yes....pictures are always good too!!
Thanks Don, i'll give it a try.
I am trying to log in on my netbook with Win XP and IE8. Keep getting a 404 error. No issues with home desktop, work desktop, or smartphone. What...
Sorry to hear that...castings are not the easiest thing to begin on though. Start with something simple made from bar stock to build your skills...
Ouch is right Brian!!! Pricey little buggers.
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