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  1. Hello

    Hi Jamco, welcome from another Ontarian! Scott
  2. What have you received today?

    Dziadeczek, I do wish you a speedy recovery! Hopefully the new hip joint will have you running marathons in no time! Scott
  3. What have you received today?

    I picked these up at a local hobby shop that is dedicated to model railways. I'm thinking the EZ line might be useful in rigging battleships rather than melted sprue. The metal rods I will use to help with scratch building and I'm interested in trying the weathering product. Scott
  4. Best place to buy wood in Canada

    For anyone in Southern Ontario I see that the Hamilton Wood Show is taking place on Feb 23-25 at the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum. You can see the details on the museum website. I’ve never been to this show before but it looks interesting. Scott
  5. Greetings

    Welcome Mike - you will enjoy this site. Everyone is super friendly and helpful! Scott
  6. What have you received today?

    Hi E.J. thanks for sharing - looks like it greats great reviews on Amazon. Scott
  7. What have you received today?

    I’m told about 25lbs. I made a typo in my first entry. He is around 9 weeks old. Night 1 of crate training was a bit rough with the whining but so far the potty training is going well. He absolutely loves playing with my children. I’ve never seen a tail wag so fast when he is with them! His fur is very fine and a bit curly - so far no shedding at all.
  8. What have you received today?

    A 9 month old cockapoo arrived at our house today - 'Oakie'. Crate training starts today! Scott
  9. Great idea Thistle17 with a webcast for a seminar for members not able to get to a venue. At work we use skype to communicate live across the continent and there are a lot of other tools available that are very effective. Definitely something for NRG to consider. Scott
  10. Great idea for the strip wood cart. I did an internet search and found some similar dividers here: https://www.tigersupplies.com/Departments/Large-Document-Storage/Roll-Files.aspx Scott
  11. The "What have you done today?" thread.

    I had a fantastic day with my daughter (11) just hanging out, doing crafts, homework and cooking dinner together. Nothing fancy, just spending time together and talking about life. Scott
  12. Micro mill and planer

    Hi Dave, thanks for advice, do you have any examples of things you've made with it that you can share? Scott
  13. Micro mill and planer

    Thanks Mark, I have the Jim Saw and scroll saw and lathe, so I'm pretty well equipped. Sounds like between them the micro mill has the greatest potential of being used, but even so, it's use might be limited.
  14. I have a friend looking to get rid of his dewalt planer (model 724) and proxxon micro mill (mf70). When I say 'get rid of' I mean sell! I'm thinking about buying them with a view that they may come in handy for some serious scratch building down the road, but I'm wondering if I would/will ever get to the point where these tools would be worth it. Any thoughts? Scott
  15. Go to the home page and look under the sponsors column on the right hand side, the third button down is John's Proxxon store link. Scott

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