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Hi Jim, Thanks for your kind words of advice, as soon as I can get leave I will have a weekend learning how to use the machine. Tony.
Tony Guyan
5 May
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Re: : Joining the group.

Hi Phil, Thanks for answering so quickly, I had no idea that there were so many in circulation but I can understand why there are so many around. I have been
Tony Guyan
4 May
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Re: Joining the group.

Tony,You will enjoy a session at Phil's. I found it riveting (if you see what I mean) to see his equipment for producing that superb and indispensable
Jim Summers
4 May
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: Joining the group.

Hi Tony You are more than welcome, however not been any activity for a few years. Maybe the concepts of first a chassis jig is now accepted (with over a 1000
hhpja
4 May
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Joining the group.

Hi Phil, I thought that it might be a good idea if I joined the group as if I can get the time off I would like to come on one of your weekends. I am the man
Tony Guyan
4 May
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confirmation of my registration

Hi there so begins a new start at chassis biulding! regards Philip Martin
Philip Martin
Dec 19, 2010
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Re: First steps.

Hi Dave, exactly what I have seen as well. The problem is that, while all the mechanism of the tool is precision-engineered to keep the axles parallel to each
wolfgang_heinle
Jun 29, 2009
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Re: First steps.

Hi Dave Without seeing the chassis to confirm things my guess is 1 of 3 things regarding your wheels that is:- 1 The fixing points in the chassis sides for the
hhpja
Jun 1, 2009
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Re: First steps.

Three solutions that I-ve tried. They all work, though I would add the rider "usually" to numbers 2 and 3: 1. Resistence soldering unit. No serious rival
Tony McSean
Jun 1, 2009
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Re: First steps.

I got mine from the States in about a week which wasn't so bad. Now, back to my project and a couple of things have caught my attention. While the chassis is
brindlesmith@...
May 31, 2009
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Re: First steps.

Hi, in the UK its called the hold and fold available from JLTRT and done in 4 different sizes. Barry ... From: brindlesmith@... Date: 29/05/2009 22:55:08
    Barry Welton
    May 31, 2009
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    Re: First steps.

    If you follow the link below you'll find the very one I bought. Very good value at the price too!
    brindlesmith@...
    May 29, 2009
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    68

    Re: First steps.

    Thanks Dave I've found Mission models website and it looks a neat bit of kit. I have also found a supplier in the UK, Relish Models in Selby, North Yorkshire,
    waterloosl
    May 29, 2009
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    Re: First steps.

    Sounds like the Hold 'n'Fold gadget, which is American but freely available in the UK. Pricey, but very useful and there are few little bits of etch you can't
    Jim Summers
    May 29, 2009
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    Re: First steps.

    Many thanks for the infomation Tony. I'll have a look at it on the website you gave. Steve
    waterloosl
    May 29, 2009
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