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  1. I am looking for a small, prototype run. Hoping to use a cheap mold first to double check that the project will work. It is a small product, only +/- 80mm X 80mm. It could be reduced initially if that would reduce costs.
  2. Studmeyer, I am currently in a similar situation to you. Did you find a suitable company to help you with your project?
  3. OK, thanks Mal. A buddy from out of town wants to have a look up there. Probably better to rent from town.
  4. Hello All, Does anybody know where I might find T-Slot Track and Bolts in BKK? Please see the link below that shows what I am looking for. Thanks in advance https://goo.gl/DG22iX
  5. Hello All, Does anybody know if you can rent bicycles at the bike track at Suvarnabhumi Airport?
  6. Thanks a lot K. BENQ. I'll have the Mrs call them.
  7. Hi all, I have tried to find a wood working vise for some time now. I have tried Klongtan Thom market, wood street area, Thai watsadu etc. Thai carpenter dot com are out of stock until September and Cromwell tools are just too damn expensive. Anybody know anywhere else that I can try?
  8. Great. Thanks a lot for your help
  9. Hi All, It appears that UbonJoe is the wise Sage on all things Visa. Is it possible to get the one year multiple non o visa based on marriage from Savannakhet even though you are not a resident in Laos? I noticed on the Consulate website that it mentioned it was only open to laos residents.
  10. Excellent. Thanks a lot Dario. I will get back from work in about 2 weeks and this is on the "To Do" list. Really appreciate your sharing. This turned out great without the Patco. Will the same recipe work if I use loaf tins?
  11. Hi all, oldmajor, just to give you a heads up, I have had two Hanna Hi98129 Ph. EC combination meters, the first one had problems with the Ph. probe after 8 months and it was replaced under warranty, but the ph. measurements were so unreliable and inconsistent that I did not bother using the Ph. side of it and after 18 months I changed the batteries and when I turned it upside down to get them out it leaked water in to the LCD screen so I sent it back again and was told it was stuffed, so stupidly I purchased another Hi98129, after 2 months the ph. side of it was the same as the first one, useless, so I sent it back one month ago and I still have not got it back yet, its Ph. probe will be replaced again under warranty , but I am sure it will be just as unreliable , but in saying that the EC side of the meter is excellent, with this meter you have to have several solutions to look after it, cleaning solution, Two Ph. solutions, an EC calibration solution, and a storage solution, and all are expensive. Go the Blue lab, is my advice to anyone thinking of purchasing a Meter. Cheers Scoop Hi Scoop. Ouch! I hope I have better luck...... I ordered the HI9813-6 from the internet yesterday for THB 8000 + Vat Hopefully, I can find some generic solutions that will keep the cost down
  12. That's a great price. How did you manage that?
  13. Thanks a lot for your input Gents. I think that I will go with the HI9813-5 from Thailand. I looked at EBay and Amazon to check on pricing. EBay was very similar in pricing and Amazon would not ship the unit to Thailand. You may pay more in Thailand but at least you have somewhere to take it back to if it fails.
  14. Hello All. I am interested in getting started in Hydroponics. This is a very interesting read. I am in the market for an EC meter. Is there anything in particular that I should look out for when making a purchase, or will any type be OK?
  15. Nice post Speedo. I am no agronomist, but I think it well worth while experimenting. Providing there is no significant loss to the main crop (cassava) and the soil is not taking a big hit on minerals, intercropping must be one of the ways to increase utilisation of land. If crops are matched correctly, they may also be a benefit to each other or the soil.