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  1. #11
    A bit on the pricey side i would say !, theres that Military Green again.
    .Me

  2. #12
    Ahem,

    The item I listed was just an example.

    The item I listed was for a 14!! pin socket and connector (you could have all your axes on 1 plug!)

    The Item I listed was for 10 off not 1

    £5.60 for a 14!!!! pin plug and socket is cheap in my book.

    ;) The above is in jest for the humour challenged ;)

    THESE are the ones I bought, 10 off for 39 quid so thats £3.90 for a plug and socket.

    You could buy 10, use 5 and sell the others here, they really are decent plugs, like I say, not Nato quality but more than adequate for the job.

    regards, Jeff.
    Nothing is foolproof......to a sufficiently talented fool!

  3. Quote Originally Posted by Smiler View Post
    Ahem,

    The item I listed was just an example.

    The item I listed was for a 14!! pin socket and connector (you could have all your axes on 1 plug!)

    The Item I listed was for 10 off not 1

    £5.60 for a 14!!!! pin plug and socket is cheap in my book.

    ;) The above is in jest for the humour challenged ;)

    ....

    regards, Jeff.
    Its these young'ns Jeff, they always leap in without thinking.. ;):D


    PC disclaimer - said in jest, no offence intended. I admit nothing and take no blame for anyone's inability to see the funny side... OK?

  4. #14
    Thats a really nice job there Jeff. You've inspired me a little.

    Got a sort of similar case from my old work station that I'm gonna use. Although I was thinking of maybe getting myself like an mini-ITX board or something smallish, and having the computer built into the case?

    Dave.

  5. #15
    Quote Originally Posted by lateAtNight View Post
    Thats a really nice job there Jeff. You've inspired me a little.

    Got a sort of similar case from my old work station that I'm gonna use. Although I was thinking of maybe getting myself like an mini-ITX board or something smallish, and having the computer built into the case?

    Dave.
    Thanks for the compliment Dave, it is appreciated.

    One of my distant plans (2nd half next year) is to do exactly that, a mini ITX board in the case and a touch screen LCD. At the moment I have to use a laptop simply because a PC wouldn't survive permanently in our damp workshop. However, I have now had permission from SWMBO to convert our stable block into a workshop This should give me a shop about 30ft x 12 ft just for my router and as it's a nice dry warm building I should be able to keep the controller (ITX powered) in there with the machine permanently.

    Regards, Jeff.
    Nothing is foolproof......to a sufficiently talented fool!

  6. #16
    pack of 10 ROGER ! lol sorry next time ill read it !
    .Me

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