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View Poll Results: Primary Wood Option

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  • Cherry

    12 36.36%
  • Cedar

    0 0%
  • Oak

    4 12.12%
  • Mahogony

    7 21.21%
  • Walnut

    1 3.03%
  • Maple

    1 3.03%
  • Black Palm

    2 6.06%
  • Rosewood

    4 12.12%
  • Purpleheart

    1 3.03%
  • Bubinga

    1 3.03%
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    Quote Originally Posted by k_jupiter View Post
    I just cut down a MDF tree the other day. Boy are they tough on chain saw blades.
    You should have waited for the next long rain and just pushed it over to let it dissolve into the soil.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Old-N-Feeble View Post
    You should have waited for the next long rain and just pushed it over to let it dissolve into the soil.
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    I Don't Normally Laugh Out Loud.
    But that was pretty frigging funny !

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    Quote Originally Posted by M.A.Longmore View Post
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    I Don't Normally Laugh Out Loud.
    But that was pretty frigging funny !

    Ron
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    It was funny but then again, I live in Silicon Valley and rain is often in short supply. I guess I could have used a garden hose.

    tim in san jose
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    Quote Originally Posted by k_jupiter View Post
    It was funny but then again, I live in Silicon Valley and rain is often in short supply. I guess I could have used a garden hose.
    I would've just let my old pug pee on it a couple times... some very caustic stuff, that.

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    I'm wondering if anyone has some ideas to attach the custom plate holder to the camera? I want to make the ground glass a removeable part. Esentially, the same thing as the plate holder to ensure the gg is at the same distance as the film plane. I was thinking of some kind of latch or lock - similar to the way you put a hasselblad back on the body (bottom first than latch at the top). Anyone have any sources for this kind of hardware.
    Sincerely,
    Matthew


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    Bit of a late reply, but...

    I have a Trixale whole plate camera with a very simple attachment method for the film holders and screen.
    The screen and holders have a lip about 1/8" thick and 1/8" wide down each side. On the camera back there are to screws with large heads on the left and a turnbuckle on the right. The plate holders or screen sit in a slight recess in the camera back to hold them in place and also to provide a light trap. Very simple and it works.

    ... or have you sorted it out already?
    Steve

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    Here's a really good site I found about identifying wood:

    http://www.hobbithouseinc.com/person...pics/index.htm
    Steve

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