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Re: Another Rally Timer !! Sorry ! [Re: Bonesie] #584524
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Absolutely brilliant.

Seems to me that by not fixing the actuator in a vertical plane you could push left or right to intentionally start one or the other or straight down to start both.


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Re: Another Rally Timer !! Sorry ! [Re: Bonesie] #584527
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Beautiful, great design 😲👍👍👍


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Re: Another Rally Timer !! Sorry ! [Re: Bonesie] #584528
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I am baffled. Perplexed by the skills on display here.
I am curious about what is next?


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Re: Another Rally Timer !! Sorry ! [Re: Gambalunga] #584531
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Originally Posted by Gambalunga

Seems to me that by not fixing the actuator in a vertical plane you could push left or right to intentionally start one or the other or straight down to start both.



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Re: Another Rally Timer !! Sorry ! [Re: Bonesie] #584575
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I admire your craftsmanship and attention to fine detail Bonesie. Superb.

Re: Another Rally Timer !! Sorry ! [Re: howard] #584578
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Originally Posted by howard
currently you risk the two clock setting off at different times...

That's not a risk it's an objective. The goal is to stop one watch and start the next with one press, so at some point you need to operate them independently. If you just wanted to start and stop both at the same time you only need one watch.

These devices always fascinate me, they come up for sale sometimes but are out of my price range. Have you attempted a 3 watch version?


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Re: Another Rally Timer !! Sorry ! [Re: Bonesie] #584597
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Re: Another Rally Timer !! Sorry ! [Re: RJW] #584600
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Carl, I may have missed it but why don't you post up some of your watches?

There are quite a few horophiles on TM and I'm sure they'd like to see those.

Regarding your timers, I like what you've done.

I have a clock from a MIG, which I intended to put on my desk but, at present, all I can find is a tacky plastic holder. May need to chat with you.

Re: Another Rally Timer !! Sorry ! [Re: Bonesie] #584604
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Originally Posted by Bonesie
Originally Posted by howard
from an engineering POV you could do with constraining the up down movement to a vertical plane - currently you risk the two clock setting off at different times or the T sheaped whatsit tilting to operate on stop watch only.

but pretty as it is, why go mechanical in this electronic age?


Alright Isambard. Came to show my work, not get a lecture in engineering rofl


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Re: Another Rally Timer !! Sorry ! [Re: TalkMorgan] #584606
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Originally Posted by TalkMorgan
Carl, I may have missed it but why don't you post up some of your watches?

There are quite a few horophiles on TM and I'm sure they'd like to see those.

Regarding your timers, I like what you've done.

I have a clock from a MIG, which I intended to put on my desk but, at present, all I can find is a tacky plastic holder. May need to chat with you.



Thank you Simon. I will pop a post together re watches :-)

Mig clocks, thats something I have dabbled in laugh2

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