July Project of the Month

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  1. Jun 30, 2011 #1

    rake60

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    Congratulations to 90LX_Notch for his 1/2 scale build of Elmer's Tiny,
    his "Teeny Tiny"!


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    Well deserved indeed! Thm:

    Rick


     
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    Congratulations!!

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  3. Jun 30, 2011 #3

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    Love the penny next to it. Goes a long way to showing how tiny it really is.

    Well deserved!
     
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    bravo Bob!
     
  5. Jun 30, 2011 #5

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    Congratulations, Bob.
    I really like small toys that work.
    Gail in NM
     
  6. Jun 30, 2011 #6

    kcmillin

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    Well Done indeed Bob! Congrats!

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  7. Jun 30, 2011 #7

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    simply amazing :) :bow:

    Regards,

    Will R
     
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    So that's what the small pocket on my jeans is for; not for change, but for tiny engines. ::)
     
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    Nice job on the Teeny Tiny, Bob. Congratulations. :bow:

    Regards,
    Rudy
     
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    Build it, I can barely see it :eek:

    Bob, that's Art in Miniature - Congratulations. :bow: :bow: :bow:

    Best Regards
    Bob
     
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    :bow: Many congratulations Bob

    That's a real "TINY" ;D

    Regards, Arnold

     
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    Congratulations Bob,
    Well done indeed!

    Bill
     
  13. Jun 30, 2011 #13

    90LX_Notch

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    I am speechless. I logged in this morning and thought my "Zoom" settings were messed up when I saw "Teeny" come up large. Wow. I can't believe it. Thanks to all who make this site possible.

    -Bob
     
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    That is cool!!!!! Great Job
     
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    Very, very, nice! Congrats on having it selected for the monthly project!
    Is there a set of prints/dimensions available somewhere?
    George
     
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    Congratulations - well done.

    Wow that is tiny - I didn't get it until the penny dropped (pun intended).

    If I put that down in my shop, the shop monster would promptly devour it. (It's a mean spirited beast when it comes to small parts.)

    I've really got to tidy up.

    Ken
     
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    Nicely done!!!

    Let's call it Elmers Micro! :big:

    Andrew
     
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    Ah! so there is the motor for that Go-Kart going round the Cherrio

    Very nicely made

    Robert
     
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    Great little engine

    just for me could one of you USA chaps tell me how big is the penny shown as Ive got no idea not having not been to see micky mouse yet!!
     
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    Conveniently, the American penny is exactly 3/4" (19 mm) in diameter. For us colonials it's a good fact to remember. One almost always has one in one's pocket and they make for a very handy impromptu measuring instrument.
     

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