Archive for June, 2010
Workshop shed of the year 2010
The category winners for shed of the year 2010 have just been announced. Of course the one I’m interested in is the workshop category. Junkaholic’s weaving + sewing shed from Artemis Russel in South East London won the readers votes.
Welding Project Garden Obelisk
Prototyping with string 16 bars and a square needed for each Obelisk The bars were clamped up on a work mate (with metal plates to conduct and to project the surface). The ability to adjust the spacing with the workmate
Back in the day there were hundreds of steam ships on the high seas. Now in 2010 there are even more. Steam is still a popular choice on liquid natural gas tankers where the stored gas is boiled off a
Welding the Elephant
Whilst reading the IET magazine, I spotted an article on Hybrid-laser welding. It was an interesting article but it also had picture of a man welding an marvelous mechanical elephant. I emailed the editor and he replied that it was
Vintage Computer Fair June 19th and 20th
Vintage Computer Fair at the home of computing Bletchley Park is later this month. 19 June 2010 to 20 June 2010 [ Start time : 10:30, end time : 17:00 ] Follow @bletchleypark on Twitter.