OK I've recently discovered that I can bend 4mm ply, now I now that doesn't come as a surprise to some but I was surprised. A little heat and gentle persuasion allows some fairly tight curves.
Now my problem is 4mm is still not very strong so I need to bend a few pieces and stick them...
I intend to have the option to use an anchor on the south wind I'm building.
I am thinking that I'll put a stainless hoop at each end and run a line in a loop between them. I'd really like to use pulleys at each end but can't find anything small enough.
Which side and what's the recommended...
I'm about to embark on my next project and this one is serious... :roll:
plastic - big holes
copper - little holes won't matter if you miss one - pricey?
galv wire - little holes - need to make sure you remove all of them
allow space for the epoxy to go prevents wood on...
or more to the point I can't find one I don't want to modify :twisted:
so before I launch into trying to modify a tent does anyone know of one that may suit??
Ok how do I camp? Car and trailer
3 young kids 2 adults (we don't like the idea of separate tents for another 4-5 years)
The other day whilst aimlessly looking for bargains at a local camping/outdoor store we came across a new range of tents in a heavy weight ripstop nylon.
My good lady touched it and immediately said "that's what we need"
Trouble is she wasn't talking about the tent, we want to design a...
Just want to share, the only bragging here is it floats and I learned a lot.
needs a bit more weight up front...
but comes with cup holders
and seems to move well
Now there's a space in the shed for another project... :twisted:
Anyone any experience with Selway Fisher designed canoes? They're based in the UK
I've been eyeing this one up...
and Mrs Tor fancies "the Peterborough"