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Member postings for Luther Oswalt

Here is a list of all the postings Luther Oswalt has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.

Thread: Destiny, My new design.
12/11/2016 18:52:11

Peter,

This is a beautiful design ... I sure do hope it becomes a "Free Plan".

Leo

Thread: PROXXON FET TABLE SAW
21/08/2016 18:20:01

Take a look at this one - http://www.byrnesmodelmachines.com/ Leo

Thread: Sign of the times - funnies
08/08/2016 16:54:51

Cymaz,

Love the the Facebook post. That's the way I feel about Facebook!

Leo

Thread: Windows 10 - Any Advice
25/07/2016 18:07:06

Get an iMac!

Leo

Thread: Forum members' new models: Let's see them.
29/06/2016 21:47:04

I love it's name your friends gave it! Oh By the Way ... Congratulations to all of you Folks! I wish we could send you Obama!

Leo

Thread: a heavy duty bending aid for thick piano wire
17/06/2016 20:02:36

Ken,

Here are three URL's for some small tools. Harry Higley is very good and has some great instructions on his pages. I have included Sullivan Products as they now own Higely's operation. Micro mark has loads of small tools.

1. **LINK**

2. **LINK**

3. http://www.micromark.com/

Leo

Thread: Just another Ballerina
17/06/2016 19:37:31

Vise-Mounted Wire Bender

Vise-Mounted Wire Bender
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List Price: $25.50
Sale Price: $19.95
Item #:
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Make Perfect Bends Even in Hard Music Wire

Wire, rod and strip bender makes angles, loops, eyes, U, C & S shapes in brass, copper, and steel, quickly and easily. Even bends the hardest music wire up to 1/8 inch diameter. Made of steel with rust resistant black oxide finish and hardened radius pins. 7 inch-long arm and rubber grip gives extra leverage for tough materials. Must be locked in a vise during use.

Vise is not included.

Thread: lite ply
17/06/2016 19:20:53

The lite plywood I have seen is a laminate with not so strong middle between the two plywood sides.. It will crush easy and will delaminate very easy. Is this the same Lite Ply you all talking about?

Leo

Thread: Peter Miller asks what next?
30/05/2016 18:55:28

Peter I can see why the RWD-5. It is a beauty also! Cannot wait to see it!

Leo

30/05/2016 16:38:29

Peter,

I just saw the Miles 6 in the "Members Models" and it is beautiful and would make a great Miller Design with optional landing gear fairings!

Leo

Thread: Another workshop / garage / man cave thread
22/05/2016 20:36:14

Jon,

That's very nice and a shop to be proud of!

Leo

Thread: A Gangster 52 for today ?
19/05/2016 16:26:25

kc - OOPS! Sorry my fingers decided to hit the "g".... Thanks for catching that!

Leo

18/05/2016 18:36:44

What about the Magicardo which is a RCME plan

Thread: Forum members' new models: Let's see them.
18/04/2016 22:28:52

Electriflier

Those are beautiful models ... well done!

Leo

Thread: Super Marauder FS
11/04/2016 21:32:05

That is really nice Peter, Looking forward to plans!

Leo

Thread: Soldering iron or ?
11/03/2016 17:45:33

Martin - That is a beautiful soldering joint! You must be ask the "can you solder this for me" a lot!

Leo

Thread: Step craft CNC machine
06/02/2016 16:22:18

Here is the Forum URL. Note: There is a German Forum above the English Forum on this site so just roll now a bit and you will find it!

https://www.stepcraft-systems.com/en/service-and-support/stepcraft-forum-uk

Thread: I Do Like a Busy Workshop
29/01/2016 13:14:10

Your friend is a super builder! That would be a life time project for me!

Leo

Thread: Sign of the times - funnies
26/01/2016 16:49:39

Great One Ken!

Leo

Thread: Step craft CNC machine
24/01/2016 16:08:25

Here is the absolute best Guy to talk with, great service and backs the products he sells. I highly recommend Stoney:

UK BASE at STONEY CNC
STONEY CNC,
Penylan Barn,
Hardwicke,
Hereford,
UK

Posted by Shane Sunday on 23/01/2016 14:05:13:

I know a lot of you are like me and prefer to build your own. Perhaps your skills on a band saw are like mine and pretty rough making all your template just a little off. Perhaps like me you want to get on with the build and couldn't be arsed catting all those formers. Also like me you have a few brain cells and can figure out simple computer program techniques. I've wanted a CNC machine for so long it hurt and doing my searches for the exact thing I wanted was tough, mix that with my budget. The stepcraft machine is so versatile with add ons and it's ability to be adapted for 2D, 3D. laser cutting, 3D printing, foam cutting and much more. I saw this to be the machine I wanted and it came in various sized that could suit whichever budget I had saved for. Sure there's a learning curve as with everything. Also not everything that glitters is gold! But if you'll bear with me I will over the next few days go through my trials and tribulations so far with the machine. The good mad and the ugly. I'm at work now on my lunch so I shall update more tonight but suffice to say in a couple short months I truely didn't know how I managed without one before.

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