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Member postings for Luther Oswalt

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Thread: Window screen finisher
02/08/2014 20:48:27

Hi Derek,

Thanks for the info. I will check them out next week! Google said " Methylated Sprits" is ... a mixture of ethyl alcohol (95%) and methyl alcohol (%5). The methyl is added to keep people from drinking it. Methyl is poison !!!!!

Leo
02/08/2014 17:44:07

Where do you get lithoplate? What does it cost? Though I am in US I would think the sources would be the same type as in UK.

Thanks

Leo

Thread: Forum members' new models: Let's see them.
16/06/2014 21:23:57

I'm glad it's picture and not a warp! Sorry for the alarm!

Leo

16/06/2014 18:04:50

In the pictures, there appears to be a warp in the wing. It may be the pictures but it is in each picture!

Leo

Thread: Congratulations Mr Miller
01/05/2014 21:56:50

Peter,

Wow what an accomplishment! congrads! You should be Knighted! ( or at lease get your own horse and life time of hay! )

Leo

Edited By Luther Oswalt on 01/05/2014 22:00:31

Thread: Forum members' new models: Let's see them.
19/04/2014 15:05:49

Matt, Great Job ... beautiful plane and outstanding craftsmanship!

Leo

Thread: All-Time Favourite Model?
07/04/2014 19:32:08
Posted by roger graves on 07/04/2014 16:31:06:

I would have to have 2 a Stringalong RM plan of years ago great flyer (I've had 3 of them) and an own design Ruperts Dad which was a freebie in another mag some years ago, I'm currently building an updated version.

For some reason I thought were looking for the Stringalong Plane so since I found it I thought I would pass it on.

http://www.myhobbystore.co.uk/product/16430/rm5--stringalong

Leo

07/04/2014 15:10:35

My favorite all time model is the 1/2A Civy Boy FF.

Leo

Thread: Oodalally
02/04/2014 18:08:31

D for Donald - I really like the colors and the graphics. Beautiful plane ... well done!

Leo

Thread: #11 x-acto blades
19/03/2014 20:14:05

When I started building models I used only Razor Blades, Single Edge, then I tried xacto blades and holders but they they kept unscrewing so back to Razor Blades. Then I discovered scalpel blades and now I'm happy!

Leo

Thread: Balsa cutting tools
15/03/2014 17:42:49

Hi Victor,

Man ... Sorry about the Heating system ... I use the Master Air Screw and was surprised to see both how easy it worked and how well the strips turned out!

I am an retired Engineer. Have considered building mini rip saw but decided there was no real need for one. What I want, but the coins are not there for, is a CAMaster I CNC Router!

Glad all worked out for you!

Leo

15/03/2014 16:45:01

Victor ... How did things turn out? What did you decide to do?

Leo

Thread: Got this plane, What is it
15/03/2014 16:42:05

Just "Google"Flair Hooligan" I did and found lots of pictures and they looked just like yours!

Leo

Thread: Forum members' new models: Let's see them.
11/03/2014 20:00:12

Beautiful Model!

Leo

Thread: Proxxon Table Saw FET
07/03/2014 15:37:09

Take a look at this saw ... I have not clue what it would cost over there but here in the end it would only cost a bit more than the Proxxon.

http://www.byrnesmodelmachines.com/tablesaw1.html?id_mm=1018MM435387

Leo

Thread: Thickness Sander
02/03/2014 22:03:44

Stevo - I would suggest you visit a wood working tool shop and look at their sanders. As an example: http://www.woodcraft.com/Product/2004943/2381/JET-Benchtop-Sander-Model-10-20-Plus.aspx

This small machine is some thing you could look at for info on how it is built!

There was a good article in one of the wood working magazines a while back that also had the plans for building a drum sander! Unfortunately, I cannot find the article. The drum to which the sand paper was attached was rotating below the work piece and you would just push the work piece across an exposed area of the sanding drum. Very simple! Very much like a Joiner except no blades just sand paper!

Leo

 

Edited By Luther Oswalt on 02/03/2014 22:05:29

Edited By Luther Oswalt on 02/03/2014 22:08:20

01/03/2014 20:51:14

There is a small tool company that has a thickness sander named Micro-Mark. Their URL is: www.micromark.com.

Here is the sander: http://www.micromark.com/microlux-drum-thickness-sander,8599.html

I have no real knowledge about this product so I cannot comment on it.

Leo

Edited By Luther Oswalt on 01/03/2014 20:55:44

Thread: scale flying model of xc-142 vtol
23/02/2014 15:16:44

WOW!!! Well done .... how long did it take to get to this point of development .... lot of work!

Leo

Thread: Balsa cutting tools
21/02/2014 18:07:43

and here is the super duper version : http://www.a2zcorp.us/store/category.asp?Cguid={8B72C0A8-05D7-4229-9851-57D9045E55C2}&Category=ModelTools:KnivesBladesStripper

Leo

21/02/2014 18:04:41

Here is one you could make!

http://www.gryffinaero.com/models/ffpages/tools/balsastrip/dmstrip.html

I will find the super duper one and send next!

Leo

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