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Re: Workbench photos

Post by Tony » Wed Oct 31, 2007 7:12 pm

Hi oops56,
an see where ever thing is looks like at one time it was a wood working shop like mine
My workshop motto is a "a place for everything and everything all over the place"

You are right I do have a few woodworking machines Bandsaw, thicknesser and small table saw, but I also have a good collection of hand tools which I value as the most important.

Tony

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Re: Workbench photos

Post by Skidsteer » Wed Oct 31, 2007 8:02 pm

Ohhh...

That's beautiful. Just beautiful.
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Re: Workbench photos

Post by Pure Mahem » Wed Oct 31, 2007 11:41 pm

I don't worry about going into the shop, I can always wear the avalanch distress beacon if the pile starts getting a little tipsey. :mrgreen:
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Re: Workbench photos

Post by zelph » Fri Nov 02, 2007 10:58 am

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Stove testing rig

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My workshop motto is a "a place for everything and everything all over the place"

I recently took 4 weeks holidays to clean up my shed but got distracted by my stove making, the result was a more junk.
I like that Motto, I think :?

I get sidetracked also by stove making :o What's our problem????? Solution, get ride of some stuff.

You are quite advanced in your measuring equipment Tony. See what oops and I use :lol: :mrgreen:
http://www.woodgaz-stove.com/

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Re: Workbench photos

Post by Tony » Fri Nov 02, 2007 3:34 pm

Hi Zelph,
You are quite advanced in your measuring equipment Tony. See what oops and I use
I would say over the top, a simple thermometer, stopwatch and pencil and paper is all that is needed. I am a senior technician in a research labhttp://rses.anu.edu.au/gfd/index.php?p=home and accurate temperature measurement and logging is what I do I just could not help myself.

I would say what you and oops have is ok.

Tony

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Re: Workbench photos

Post by zelph » Fri Nov 02, 2007 3:51 pm

Tony wrote:Hi Zelph,
You are quite advanced in your measuring equipment Tony. See what oops and I use
I would say over the top, a simple thermometer, stopwatch and pencil and paper is all that is needed. I am a senior technician in a research labhttp://rses.anu.edu.au/gfd/index.php?p=home and accurate temperature measurement and logging is what I do I just could not help myself.

I would say what you and oops have is ok.

Tony
We are improving.

I suspect we stovies are adding to the global warming that is occuring :D I started my eighth gallon of denatured this week. :D

Is global warming REAL? Are you and staff keeping tabs on the increase in global temperature? Is the earths core temperature changing? Does it have an affect on El Ninos and Ninas. Any inside tidbits on what's comming? :geek:
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Re: Workbench photos

Post by Tony » Fri Nov 02, 2007 5:39 pm

Hi Zelph,
I suspect we stovies are adding to the global warming that is occuring I started my eighth gallon of denatured this week.
Sadly Australia has just been named by the UN as the worst per capita polluters on earth just toping the US I feel that my stove interests are to blame.
Is global warming REAL? Are you and staff keeping tabs on the increase in global temperature?
I think the general feeling amongst the scientist at work is that Global warming is real.

I went to two seminars last week on global heat transfer (equator-pole and pole-equator-pole) and the speakers mainly talked about the gulf stream current up the east coast of the US and what happens in the North Atlantic or Artic sea with this current under different temperature regimes (ie global warming). I don’t know if you have seen the movie “The Day after Tomorrow” it is a real threat and the movie is basicly true sience with a bit of dramatisation. If the Greenland Ice cap melts too quickly it could stop the gulf stream putting North America and Europe into an ice age
Is the earths core temperature changing?
It is very complicated down there, and I really dont know.
Does it have an affect on El Ninos and Ninas
Australia is in the worst drought in recorded history and we curently have a La Ninas over here, it is suspected that global warming has an impact.
Any inside tidbits on what's comming?


I am only a techo so I wont make a prediction other than I hope my next stove creation will be finished soon.

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Re: Workbench photos

Post by zelph » Fri Nov 02, 2007 5:52 pm

All great answers!!!!! :D

Thanks Tony.
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