Making space and brush repair

Making space and brush repair

One ongoing issue with the Workshopshed is the space to work. The space is shared between projects, tools, garden equipment and toys. There are also some overflows from the house such as decorating items. I managed to get the bench

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Health and Safety

Health and Safety

This week I was fortunate to attend a health and safety talk at a dockyard. Although I wasn’t actually working there, I had to pass through to visit a client and hence I needed to complete the briefing. It gave

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Testing LEDs with the Boldport Ligemdio

Testing LEDs with the Boldport Ligemdio

Saar Drimer is a man with an eye for style. He invented the Boldport club as a subscription club to provide a “unique and exciting project sent each month at fixed monthly cost”. The Boldport club shipped 32 creative projects

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Rabbit ear repair

Rabbit ear repair

Since leaving the comfort of his shelf in B&M Thumper has had an enjoyable life with his adopted family amongst the Hydrangeas.  Things changed a bit when they ventured into the less sheltered part of the garden. He got a

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Non-Bullshit Innovation

Non-Bullshit Innovation

I’ve been reading a fun book by David Rowen about innovation, ” “. David has toured the globe interviewing so-called innovators and dividing the blaggers from the true innovators. A few weeks back he stopped off in Battersea to met

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Elephants and Servos

Elephants and Servos

This week sees the release of Diyode magazine #26. I’ve been working on a project for them for a few weeks now and it’s been split up into 3 parts. The first 2 are in this edition. The main project

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Small Repairs

Small Repairs

Not all good repairs need to take a long time or lots of effort. Sometimes it’s the simple ones that are the most effective. Vice Screw Replacement The Axminster vice I’ve had for a few years works really well and

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Wand practice

Wand practice

The other week we visited the Harry Potter experience over by Watford. For some pictures see Instagram or Twitter. In the shop, there were some replica wands made from plastic and they were £32 each. Much as I love a

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