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Engines / Re: Ray HasBrouck's No 3 Engine
« Last post by Larry on Today at 04:30:41 AM »
Neat model and runs great. Thanks for posting.
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From Kits/Castings / Re: 45CC Wall Wizard
« Last post by Art K on Today at 03:46:04 AM »
Jo,
I'll be following along. I like Wall engines. As for the casting squareness problem maybe you should have made them from bar stock? :lolb:
Art
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Vehicles & Models / Re: Chris's Marion 91 Steam Shovel
« Last post by crueby on Today at 03:29:57 AM »
Congratulations on 100 pages !


Thanks Larry!  Though it must depend on your browser or font setup, for me its 30 pages. Nearly 100000 views though. Going to be a lot more, probably most of another year to go!
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From Kits/Castings / Re: 45CC Wall Wizard
« Last post by Ian S C on Today at 03:28:24 AM »
What's not pretty, I like it. Pity about the problems with the castings.
Ian S C
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Vehicles & Models / Re: Chris's Marion 91 Steam Shovel
« Last post by Larry on Today at 03:22:32 AM »
Congratulations on 100 pages !
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Chatterbox / Re: Talking Thermodynamics
« Last post by steam guy willy on Today at 02:11:21 AM »
Hi MJM, thanks for the info....I have seen those covers on swimming pools but just thought they were to keep leaves off the water ..a bit like those wrong sort of leaves that fall on the railway lines here in Blighty !!... so regarding evaporation.. if the water is warming up but the evaporation is slowed down with a small opening is there some sort of complicated dissipation of energy doing something mysterious ??

Willy
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Vehicles & Models / Re: Chris's Marion 91 Steam Shovel
« Last post by crueby on Today at 01:40:27 AM »
Get a CNC mill.  You won't be so "cranky".   :Doh:

 i encourage you not to do this, I can't imagine what the elves might produce in the dark of night :-X while you innocently slept. :help:
Oh my.  Thinking about that, how can I sleep!!
 :paranoia:
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From Kits/Castings / Re: Peanuts, Popcorn,,Cracker Jacks
« Last post by Brian Rupnow on Today at 01:28:07 AM »
Cletus and Zee---A bit off topic here, but not much. I built the Cretors Popcorn engine based on Stu Harts design, but changed to inches with a few very slight modifications. It ran so well that I immediately built two more for a "Steam Donkey Winch". The winch engines were very close to the original Popcorn design but with changes to the cross slide for a different mounting style. I had reason to track down this image today to answer a question on a different forum, but I thought you guys might get a kick out of the surprising places that engine showed up.---Brian

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Your Own Design / Re: Lauson LA build
« Last post by b.lindsey on Today at 01:26:44 AM »
Nice to see this update Craig. It's really coming together now and will make a fine addition to your Lauson collection.

Bill
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Engines / Re: Ray HasBrouck's No 3 Engine
« Last post by toolznthings on Today at 01:24:31 AM »
Really nice job ! Great display and set up.   :ThumbsUp:

 Did mine a few years back, nice designed engine.
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