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Member since Jan 2008 • Last active Oct 2020

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    Sounds like a lazy police officer/front desk staff. They don't do any tracing, they hold it for 4 weeks to see if anyone claims it, then it's yours. Which would have likely happened anyway, so still a win.

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    Pull the coil, get a nice slab of hardwood, rout a pocket in the back in line with where the optimal charging spot is on the tablet when laid on said slab, leave as little material in the bottom of the pocket so the coil can still work through the wood = custom wireless charging base.

  • in Current Projects (non-bike)
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    This is brilliant. I will be ripping off most, if not all of your decisions in the not too distant future.

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    Yeah, depending on the style/layout you can get an extra room for just the foundations and a floor. The rest is Lego.

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    But what do you use to 'hoover' up the debris?

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    Wouldn't the picture rails be attached to same said cheese? I would be worried about them coming off and the guitar(s) coming down too.

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    For cordless vacumm chat. I have the Vax Blade 2 Max. 40 beefy volty bois. I don't think suction on a handheld is ever going to be as strong as corded, but the 40v makes the powered brush head actually pretty terrifying. I have intrusive images of losing a toe. I've still kept the upright (also a Vax, hence getting the same brand for cordless so the accessories all interchange) for mega cleans.

    If I was replacing it, I would probably go with their new "ONEPWR" range as that has replaceable batteries. The Blade 2 Max has about enough juice to properly clean my 2 bed flat on the "boost" power setting. Although, it's not amazing on hard floors, tbh. If you use it with the brush spinning, it can sometimes just chuck bits away from the sucky up area. It does have a neat mount/hanger that allows me to store it in a nook out of the way, next to a socket.

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    Cheers. I'm just going to chuck lime plaster at it and rub it 'til it complies. Then call a professional.

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    The box room/office in the new place has a massive hole in the lathe and plaster wall. Plus a load of cracking by the window. I am imagining it will look similar to the above once I start pulling the liner paper off. But fully prepared. It is going to be my "how hard can plastering be?" practice room.

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