- And of course now I recall that's where I got mine from - sorry Paul, I really must try harder!
--- In O14@yahoogroups.com, Paul Martin <groups2@...> wrote:
> with Nealetin solder paste - http://www.gwneale.co.uk/solderpaint.html
> available from me -
> http://www.ngtrains.com/Pages/Glues/gluestools.html#Potions The pot of
> solder description doesn't mention Nealatin but that is what it is
> if you find it dries out use Bakers Fluid as a thinner it's pretty close
> to what's in it. I asked them and that was their recommendation
- Its not really a mess, when I want to find something I search for a couple of hours, and give up, and go looking for something else and then eventually find what I was looking for in the first place!!!!......(:-))
From: O14@yahoogroups.com [mailto:O14@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Paul Martin
Sent: Tuesday, 5 March 2013 9:54 PM
Subject: RE: [O14] Re: Toolbox
This photo cheered me up no end
I thought my workshop was a mess but it’s a paragon of virtue by comparison.
I do have the same issue as you with multiple work stations. As I do this for a living now I have the main assembly bench (for want of a better explanation), a DCC and electronics desk and a painting desk. I am equipping each of these with the steel plate so the apron can move desk to desk with me. I ended up with the multi desk situation because I got fed up of having to clear the bench (singular) to convert from one task to another. I have the larger machine issue as you do but they live in a separately.
When I try to justify all of this it doesn’t cut much ice as management just glares at me and reminds me that when we moved here I did all of this out of the little box room whereas I now have a large bedroom and, in effect, two garages
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