Well it almost burn to the ground, probably would have if we had left it go for much longer!
Looking at the pictures it seems pretty evident something has gone left of centre to cause the two resistors to really heat up. The result was a flame and lots of smoke! Crazy stuff….
Held at Vic Park in Camperdown / Broadway Sydney!
Sea of Hands Statement: Respect, Negotiation and Coexistence
“I believe that genuine Reconciliation can only be achieved by seeking agreement between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians about its outcomes. This will require genuine, good faith negotiations between Indigenous Australians and the Federal Government to achieve reforms that recognise and protect the rights of Indigenous Australians, including native title rights recognised in the High Court Mabo and Wik decisions.
Negotiations will strengthen a sense of national unity, reduce conflict and increase certainty – benefits which can only be obtained by respecting the legitimate rights of Indigenous Australians. Negotiation is fundamental to coexistence and the achievement of Reconciliation for our country.”
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THIS AIT IS AN UPDATE OF PREVIOUS AIT N?1 CONCERNING THE A340-600
PRODUCTION AIRCRAFT MSN 856 INVOLVED IN AN ACCIDENT IN AIRBUS PRODUCTION
FACILITIES IN TOULOUSE ON THE 15TH NOVEMBER 2007 AT 17:00 LOCAL TIME.
THE FOLLOWING IS THE SEQUENCE OF EVENTS ACCORDING TO THE RECORDERS,
WHICH HAS BEEN APPROVED FOR RELEASE BY THE FRENCH INVESTIGATION
Looking for a fasssst plane…. heres one! fully certificated to +/-10g‘s
* Crew: one pilot or two in tandem (newer models)
* Capacity: two
* Length: 6.80 m (22 ft 4 in)
* Wingspan: 7.50 m (24 ft 7 in)
* Height: 2.56 m (8 ft 5 in)
* Wing area: 10.4 m² (112 ft²)
* Empty: 540 kg (1,190 lb)
* Loaded: kg ( lb)
* Maximum takeoff: 870 kg (1,914 lb)
* Powerplant: Lycoming AEIO-360-A1E, 150 kW (200 hp)
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CAPTURING GREAT PANORAMAS v.2007a – PART I
– by Leung Photography
There are 4 very important considerations for shooting panoramas and they will be discussed as follows:
1. Your Lens
2. Your Tripod
3. Settings, Orientation, Execution
Following the second coat of lacquer and some more sanding, things were starting to look fairly reasonable, between coats 1 and 2 a filled up a few of the really bad chips etc, they still look a bit rough but hey it adds character!
The final coat up the coast had to contend with flying insects and very moist air, but after a few extra drying the finished product was ready for another 10 years + of service as a functional table.
The pictures say it all pretty well – a final touch with the silver brushed stainless steel handle and it was officially done!
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Like my drop sheet?!
Nikon 12 year old or so 105mm manual Micro lens! I love this lens, I have learnt more using this lens in the past week then I have ever using any automatic lens!
This lens must be used with a tripod or else you need to be in good light or pop out that flash…that said it’s great way to also learn about how to use the manual flash modes!
Ok, so it all glued together and it is pretty square, the legs are not all the same length…but a couple of little felt pads will sort that out later.
The finish is not too bad, not too much glue squeeze out and as a bonus the draw is a snug fit, probably gonna be alot tighter with a bit of laquer. So off I went with my 200 grade sandpaper – out the back of course…imagine the uproar it I got dust on the clan white sheets :)
After the first sanding session things were looking pretty good, a few large chips here and there but overall not too bad. Dont look too hard at the legs…they are not all the same!
So 11 o’clock one night I think, yeah, this would be an excellent time to put the first coat on.. noyt:). I had some left over lacquer from a project long gone, tested it on the underside of the table and was fairly happy with it. Got the first coat on with the use of two crappy brushes – mental note get decent set of brushes…. First coat looked good and after a quick sand things were getting pretty smooth…