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Re: Inquiring minds...
Steve Manley   8/20/2014 11:56:34 AM
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@Max: Is this another hobby we know nothing about? Remind me again, what's the name of that club you go to at the weekends? LOL

Some secrets must remain just that LOL.

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Re: I am well impressed
Steve Manley   8/20/2014 11:55:34 AM
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@Max: I am very impressed with your ingenuity in creating these jigs -- your ideas are going to make my life so much easier when I build my own 8x8x8 cube (as soon as I clear some of my other projects out of the way :-)

Thanks for the kind comments. Maybe I can help with some ideas for your cube being you are using different LED's to me.  

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LOVE the videos
Max The Magnificent   8/20/2014 9:53:57 AM
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I LOVE your videos -- I know how much time creating this sort of thing takes, so I really appreciate all the effort you've put into them -- as far as I am concerned they are invaluable when it comes to really understanding the nitty-gritty construction techniques you talk about in your columns.

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Inquiring minds...
Max The Magnificent   8/20/2014 9:51:58 AM
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@Steve: ...I also tried some 0.7mm diameter stainless steel dress-making pins...

Is this another hobby we know nothing about? Remind me again, what's the name of that club you go to at the weekends? LOL

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I am well impressed
Max The Magnificent   8/20/2014 9:50:12 AM
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Hi Steve -- I am very impressed with your ingenuity in creating these jigs -- your ideas are going to make my life so much easier when I build my own 8x8x8 cube (as soon as I clear some of my other projects out of the way :-)

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