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    Senior Member 4cylndrfury's Avatar
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    Z, hope youre doing ok. We miss our in-house metal shaping wizard.

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    Please be doing wondrous things with metals in wonderful health!
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    Hello Zadig,
    I am only for a short time this forum member me but have long been time and again your excellent construction report of the above machine looked at. I even build the same machine on a slightly smaller scale (3 ") and because I speak the English language not so good the pictures were always a great help particularly. When I wanted to check something well once again I unfortunately had to determine that the images are no longer available. The album is no longer available apparently under "photobucket" or locked. Please, and where I could view them or copy are kind enough to tell me if the photos are still available. I would love, if I get a reply from you. Greetings from Göttingen (Germany)
    Rudolf Melcher

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    Hi Zadig,
    super that the images are again visible. Thank you for your quick help.
    Have a nice time and Tschüss
    Rudolf

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    Zadig, glad to hear from you!!! Hope youre still poking around at metal and contraptions and such.

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    Good the pics are fixed, I was missing them.

    Donk
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zadig View Post
    The recent bombshell dropped by Photobucket has meant that I have had to delete all my albums.

    Who needs ransomware when you have Photobucket!
    What has happened with Photobucket? I use them, I haven't been on in a while but I certainly hope I won't have to change, gosh I'm sick of changing with things on computers!

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    I have this thread in PDF format, but it is 44 files and 256 MB, so if someone can figure out how to transport it, I have it at least in PDF.
    I am not sure if I have the jpg files; probably not, but I will look.

    Edit:
    I don't see any jpg files, but I have posts 1-1290 in pdf format.
    I don't have anything after post 1290.
    Last edited by cjcaster; 07-09-2017 at 06:58 PM.

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    Sad to see pics gone Zadig, I am waiting for all of mine to go tits up.
    Put a couple of pics of the planer on my toys thread.
    Still making progress with that other project but I have a way to go yet, that EN19T machines nice.

    Donk
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    Quote Originally Posted by evlwht-guy View Post
    What has happened with Photobucket? I use them, I haven't been on in a while but I certainly hope I won't have to change, gosh I'm sick of changing with things on computers!
    Evl, they have started breaking people's free account based external hosting links, ie. Forum pics. If you won't pay the $400/year ransom to restore them, tough luck. Several of us have lost all our pix here and elsewhere. There are a couple recent threads about it.

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