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    Wal's Avatar
    Lives in Stockport, United Kingdom. Last Activity: 28-11-2021 Has been a member for 9-10 years. Has a total post count of 490. Received thanks 68 times, giving thanks to others 28 times.
    Hello all,

    Had a load of long-lozenge shaped construction ply off-cuts left over from a recent job and thought it a shame to bin 'em. Picked up some 14mm (10mm ID) tube for the bushings from a scrap bin and had a bit of threaded rod lying about. The two L brackets were an old (sawn in half) motor mount I'd made myself for a bit of a project that never worked as expected and has since been disassembled. Only thing I need more of are the empty dessert jars... Shouldn't be a problem.

    Anyway, here it is:

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    Wal.

    EDIT: Nuts are torqued up to give a bit of resistance and stud-locked into position, each level moves independently.
    Last edited by Wal; 16-10-2020 at 04:16 PM.

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    Creme brulee?

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    Lives in Stockport, United Kingdom. Last Activity: 28-11-2021 Has been a member for 9-10 years. Has a total post count of 490. Received thanks 68 times, giving thanks to others 28 times.
    Indeed. And not only... Salted Caramel Cheesecake too...

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    Aha I'll have to look out for those!

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    Hurry, limited edition...Click image for larger version. 

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    With a bladder like mine, you'll need bigger pots...

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    Lives in Stockport, United Kingdom. Last Activity: 28-11-2021 Has been a member for 9-10 years. Has a total post count of 490. Received thanks 68 times, giving thanks to others 28 times.
    Quote Originally Posted by Neale View Post
    With a bladder like mine, you'll need bigger pots...
    They're ramekins, you animal...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wal View Post
    They're ramekins, you animal...
    No way would I ramekins mine in that tiny pot...
    -use common sense, if you lack it, there is no software to help that.

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    Minor mods needed to cope with the shiraz as well as the salmon pinwheels but I like the concept of being able to tuck it under the bench and keep the swarf out of your hors d'oeuvres.
    An optimist says the glass is half full, a pessimist says the glass is half empty, an engineer says you're using the wrong sized glass.

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    Well Wal,


    You have inspired me to organise my small parts storage (Drawer 1 of 3).
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    Rest of the bench is still a shitheap though...
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    This is part of an ongoing project which started in March...

    Note the use of the soft-focus filter to give an extra dimension of dreaminess (I must clean the lens on my phone)

    Rob

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