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Old 3rd August 2011
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No cable ducts in the floor for extra lines if ever nessesary?
All audio is in the floor, all power drops from above, keeps them apart but if they do cross, they cross at 90 degrees, separated and within galvanised conduit.

New audio can easily be added, new power wont ever have to be, I've built in enough headroom and redundancy in the design.

Hope that answers.......

G
Old 3rd August 2011
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If the studio fails I can set up a kebab shop with the knife :-)

Ordered


Andy
I have no doubt that if it does come to having to convert Analogue Baby into a kebab shop, my legs would be getting used as the donner meat!!!!

On the plus side, they would make a LOT of large kebabs!!!!

:-)
Old 4th August 2011
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Where's the swimming pool? heh
Old 4th August 2011
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Where's the swimming pool? heh
We have a shower! Does that count?
Old 4th August 2011
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I doubt it

I doubt it mate :-)



QUOTE=bassjam;6908465]We have a shower! Does that count?[/QUOTE]
Old 5th August 2011
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The wall openings are now finished, once the bonding plaster is dry we can slide the window liners back into place. Nice snug fit!





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Old 10th August 2011
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Analogue Baby T-Shirts are here! They are awesome!

Old 10th August 2011
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And from the back........

Old 10th August 2011
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This one I like!
Old 10th August 2011
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What would it cost to get an Analog Baby T, including shipping to the US?

I want just the shirt, not the model in your pics.
Old 10th August 2011
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What would it cost to get an Analog Baby T, including shipping to the US?

I want just the shirt, not the model in your pics.
Well the T-Shirt is about $15.00

I'll get a shipping quote,

If you did want the the model shipping then I think it would cost a lot! Maybe $1000.00

:-)
Old 10th August 2011
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Shirts look great! Didn't expect the tape-wielding infant to be so large on the front, very cool
Old 11th August 2011
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If you did want the the model shipping then I think it would cost a lot! Maybe $1000.00
If he's a hard worker, that could be a bargain!
Old 12th August 2011
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Fun design....
Old 12th August 2011
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Cool
Old 12th August 2011
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To ship a T-Shirt to the US would cost you $30.00 that's the shirt and the shipping.

If you want one then you could PayPal us the green?

Greg
Old 12th August 2011
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Some pics of Joiner Graham planing down the Meranti timber planks to be made into the window stops.

I can't believe how much work goes into just making the timber square and straight before he can even machine the stops!

We will be down tomorrow re-fitting the new liners and getting the first piece of glass in place. Graham will then measure up for the cosmetic "foam hiding" pieces. Once they are made, the other 3 panes of glass will go in and we have a finished window!!!
Old 12th August 2011
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Old 12th August 2011
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I can't believe how much work goes into just making the timber square and straight before he can even machine the stops!
That's why they call it wood WORKING!
Old 13th August 2011
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That's why they call it wood WORKING!
He is the best joiner in the north west of England!

We dont mind that our progress has slowed a little because we know its worth it in the end having him on the job.

So do you want a T-Shirt????

G
Old 13th August 2011
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What's the UK price and how do I buy?
Old 13th August 2011
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What's the UK price and how do I buy?

£11.00 for the tee plus P+P which is a couple of £, we payed £11 for them so its just cost price.

Paypal would be best, if you pm me on here with your detals, size, colour and shipping address I can get andy to email you a payment link.....

G
Old 13th August 2011
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I know some of you dont seem to like me posting loads of photos. I really dont get why, but anyway, prepare yourself for an overload! We got a lot done today and I have been very snap happy!!!!
Old 13th August 2011
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Graham sets up ready to cut the new meranti window stops to length....



Old 13th August 2011
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I know some of you dont seem to like me posting loads of photos. I really dont get why, but anyway, prepare yourself for an overload! We got a lot done today and I have been very snap happy!!!!
You can never have too many photos, even of the menial stuff like the process that go into making the cool looking stuff. Although I do make the mistake of opening this thread on my BlackBerry and watching it flip out at the downloads it has to do heh
Old 13th August 2011
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The liners are slid back into place, as expected they are mm perfect!

We apply a layor of silicon all the war round just to make sure they are airtight!





Old 13th August 2011
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Graham cuts and fixes the first stop.....











Old 13th August 2011
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Attach the neoprene glazing gaskets....



Old 13th August 2011
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Now for the fun bit!!!!



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