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    Yesterday, 22:30
    Prior to Robodojo on Sunday we made a few very minor tweaks to Wedgeley. The first was to add a strip of spring steel to the front of the lower jaw, (in theory) allowing us to get under things...
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    Yesterday, 21:44
    Great write up again Andy, and congrats on your performance! Despite the nasty perforations in the dustpans they once again did well at fending everyone off. May they long continue to do so,...
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    Yesterday, 20:27
    Looks great Lucy. A very mean little spinner! Using chocolate tubs has lots of advantages, it's a trademark for your machines, it's a nice aesthetic and most importantly - in order to keep...
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    18th January 2020, 19:45
    My understanding from other people's spinners is that you have to have some give in the system, so if you use a non-flexible drive from the motor to the spinner (chains or gears) you have to include...
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    18th January 2020, 19:27
    McMullet replied to a thread Drill motor mounts in Featherweights
    Thanks for sharing - also, thanks for the heads-up on the drills' price drop, looks like time to stock up!
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    16th January 2020, 11:41
    McMullet replied to a thread New build: Scarab in Build Diaries
    Looks brilliant, and yeah it's great to see a clampbot! What's the rest of the machine going to look like? I'm imagining Dead Metal but less spiky... Am I right in thinking that the spring is for...
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Ensign Wedgeley Crusher (FW)


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