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30 Mar 2020 20:57 #21911 by Mike Seale
Rubin was created by Mike Seale
It's taken me a long time to get started, but now I have plenty of time to get this one built.

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31 Mar 2020 08:34 #21914 by Brian Jackson
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Interesting choice Mike, looking forward to seeing the build.
What's the secret behind keeping a tidy workshop?

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31 Mar 2020 08:57 #21916 by Mike Seale
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Interesting choice Mike, looking forward to seeing the build.
What's the secret behind keeping a tidy workshop?
Put things away after using them

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31 Mar 2020 08:59 - 31 Mar 2020 09:01 #21917 by Phillip Ford
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Ah! Another Wolfgang design. Take your time on it Mike, no rush at present. Need any motors? ;)

What's the secret behind keeping a tidy workshop?
I asked that question before Brian. I don't think I followed advice judging by my backroom (which happens to be upstairs which was bedroom 3). :lol:
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31 Mar 2020 10:10 #21923 by Brian Jackson
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Unfortunately I tend to focus on the part of the model I'm working on, and not on what's littered around the bench and workshop. Perhaps I ought to go to "Clean Up Classes", and learn better ways of workshop management. I've got to tidy the bench anyway, I won't be able to spread the Kadet plan unless I do.

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31 Mar 2020 16:42 #21929 by David Tappin
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When Jon and I shared a workshop we had a rule that the last man to leave put all the tools away and swept up.
I now enjoy the luxury of sole use of a workshop with two workstations, but the golden rule seems to have fallen into disuse.

So I’m the guilty one but to avoid the risk of giving Jon the satisfaction of pointing out my hypocrisy I do clear up a bit and push the brush round if I know he is likely to be dropping in!

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31 Mar 2020 17:09 - 31 Mar 2020 17:10 #21930 by Jon Tappin
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When Jon and I shared a workshop we had a rule that the last man to leave put all the tools away and swept up.

I seem to remember you made quite a lot of workshop rules, most of which I ignored, particularly the one about not leaving the radio tuned to Radio 1 :)
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31 Mar 2020 17:14 #21931 by Jon Tappin
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Mike, I flew a Rubin a few times back in the day, very nice model, Colin Shearing had one I think.

What are you planning on using for power, I'm guessing bigger than 6s, it was designed for a 120 4st wasn't it?

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31 Mar 2020 17:55 #21932 by Mike Seale
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Planning on 8S. Hopefully that will be enough! And yes, Colin did have one.

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31 Mar 2020 20:49 #21933 by Jon Tappin
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8s sounds ideal, must be a similar size to my Wind 110?

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