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I offer a casting service specialising in small batches and one offs, producing good quality castings in variours alloys using the lost wax process, ideal for the model engineer and restorer. Any enquiries and more details can be found on my web site. www.abbeycasting.c......
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... STEAMPLATES produce high quality polished and enamelled name plates  etc. in Brass and Aluminium from 1" x 1/2" up to 96" x 48".  Reproduction steam related name and other plates can be made to FULL  SCALE.

We also make other things in Wood or…
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Call Steve Cox on 07836 736496 or email for quote. Machinery removal and transportation service based in West Yorkshire, UK coverage. Crane can lift 1100kg at 1.2 metres and 420kg at 4.0 metres. Vehicle can carry 1100kg on 10 foot x 7 foot flatbed.
Now using flatbed Transit with rear mounted…
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Jurassic Tools here:-- https://www.jurass... Selling small Engineering tools to Modelmakers and Engineers alike. Drills, taps, spindle tooling, Carbide inserts, Collets, milling and turning tools, carbide and HSS cutters and lots more, take a look. Several thousand items available. Hope you find something of interest. ...
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More Features

Well we have more features,

  1. Some of the adverts are messing the formatting , I can only suggest scrolling down, reloading the page or using FireFox or Edge as they obey the formatting rules for the old gnashed table / column / rows system.
  2. Classified Adverts are no longer blocked by advert blockers.
  3. Automatic SSL (TLS 1.2) and www.homeworkshop.* redirection to make the site safe from prying eyes. This means that older XP age systems will not load the page, over 4k hits a day have stopped trying to access the removed forum from 3 years ago.
  4. Updated the submit advert form. Email are now allowed from numbered addresses.
    The name, title and description fields will now reject adverts that will trigger the Anti-Spam and give you chance to update them. The errors will now stay light red and the boarder will turn red so you can still read them.
  5. Fractions have been updated, please do not use the ¼, ½ or ¾. You can use 7.1/4 or 3 1/2 to make the system use the correct formatting. Please check the formatting of adverts after submitting and correct any errors using the edit button.
  6. New photo upload system that will use the inbuilt camera function of phones and tablets, check the images as you need to correct the pictures if they are not rotating correctly. Bad images will be removed.
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Well we have more features that are being requested. They are mainly two parts that need some more details for people to help make a chose over.

Submission of adverts being open to all users has been a long held feature of the site. With the demand to tighter requirements for security from the browsers makers, who put them in charge, the older PC's are no longer able to work. Do we need to confirm that a user is who they say they are when submitting a advert, No you do not and only required to follow a few basic rules. The site is free to use and because we take no fee or get involved with the exchange we have nothing to report to the HMRC that they can not already see. We do not check if an item is stolen because no items are in our procession and if the users see a questionable advert they are free to ask the police to check it out for free too. I have only banned one person spamming the advert site with multiple adverts for singular small items and has since never misbehaved.
So the options are pointless because you have make your mind? No, I want people to have the choice to help decide is it needs changing. The options are simple to understand what is being asked for, should people be allowed to submit an advert without having to make an account or should we limit it to just For Sate, Both For Sate & Wanted or All three need an account.

Now the big question, have you ever put an advert on the site and being asked to remove it for sale so they can but it once you tell them the state it is in. As the most moan about thing, they never know when an advert is going to go live, I found the backdoor and closed it, no  peeking. This means that by the time the scammer gets the advert you have already sold it, how I would like most people cuss Adam for listing it 2 minutes after checking it today but the scammer will continue to offer more if you take it off sale, if you respond they have a live one and will pester and all of a sudden you get so many adverts. I sold a CD it looks like a CD and I only take PayPal, mention sending a cheque and it dies before even finishing the connection, sorry for those that don't like PayPal I will pay the fee for the safety.
So the options are not that simple to explain. The Don't change it is a dead option because we need to beat the scammers but we need a system that is better then trying to read an image, the bot can read now Google is too smart. So option:

  1. Message box that you put your name and email in and then it sends this to the advertiser but they only get the fact you are interned to talk to them over the advert. The server fills out the advert details from the database and the sender has not seen the advertisers email, the advertiser will then get an email from the server but the email will have a reply-to header with the senders name and email.
  2. Message box that you put your name, email and a short message in and then it sends this to the advertiser but they get the a short message. The server fills out the advert details from the database and the sender has not seen the advertisers email, the advertiser will then get an email from the server but the email will have a reply-to header with the senders name and email.
  3. Each advert is given an email address, when you send an email to this email it will check the message for spam and remove any it finds. It will then remove all html code and only the plain text section will be kept. The advertiser will then be sent an email from the server with the advert details and the plain text from the sender, the reply-to will be from the senders email so we know it is valid. Also in the message sent the server will be a link, when you click on the link it will take you to the homeworkshop site where you can block the person from sending any more emails to that advert, all your current adverts or any new adverts. If a email is blocked by 5 separate advertisers it will be blocked from all but the administrators.

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We have 42 adverts and 9 completed so far in August 2020
28 For sale adverts and of these 7 have sold.
8 Wanted adverts and of these 1 found what they needed.
3 Information adverts and 3 Thank you posts.


Last approved: Friday 7th August 2020 at 20:29
Please note that this the date that we last checked the adverts and not the date of the latest adverts, resubmitted adverts could have a date newer than this date as they don't need checking

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