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#2101

ctxkid
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From: Up Ship Creek
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27 October 2018 08:20 am

stolen from wikipedia for the 'flux' reference thumbsup

Due to the symmetry of a toroid, little magnetic flux escapes from the core (leakage flux). Thus a toroidal inductor/transformer, radiates less electromagnetic interference (EMI) to adjacent circuits and is an ideal choice for highly concentrated environments.[3] Manufacturers have adopted toroidal coils in recent years to comply with increasingly strict international standards limiting the amount of electromagnetic field consumer electronics can produce.


.......................Such is life, Bucket list coin 1964 Rams Head.........................
Oldest Copper coin 1799 left seated half penny, Oldest Silver 1834 Shilling

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#2102

BrisJoe
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From: Moranbah, QLD
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27 October 2018 09:34 am

WhiteyCQ wrote:

BrisJoe you just need to develop something to that will carry you up the 100 steps now ?. I work in a CQ coal mine as a dragline operater

Lol, I don't think the mines would pay for that with the cost it would be, let alone the maintenance costs dealing with all the bulldust, if only you guts would turn on your boom sprays from time to time playful

Hook us up to get on dragline crew, I want to get off the tools within the next 5yrs before my back fully craps out

Muk wrote:

Knocked these up this arvo came out ok I reckon cheers Muk.https://www.prospectingaustralia.com.au/forum/img/member-images/7785/1540548609_5737f3b0-6c4e-4da4-aa32-b58813f5a356.jpg
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Nice, got pictures of the ram head?


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#2103

Dave79
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03 November 2018 10:47 am

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Assembled a few bits and pieces from the op shop and some tumbled stones into a coffee table. No measuring, cutting or skill involved which is lucky cos I'm definitely the measure once, cut twice type!


Prospecting must be like fishing, the big one keeps getting away!

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#2104

Mackka
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From: Brisbane
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03 November 2018 11:23 am

Very crafty Dave, very nice.
Mackka

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#2105

WhiteyCQ
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03 November 2018 11:47 am

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Some zucchini relish for lunches

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#2106

Jaros
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From: S.E.Qld., QLD
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03 November 2018 12:04 pm

Nice looking table for the back deck.


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#2107

Patrick1
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From: Maryborough, VIC
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08 November 2018 05:50 pm

Here you go, Hermann. Fill in the commentary.
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#2108

Patrick1
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From: Maryborough, VIC
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08 November 2018 05:51 pm

Hey Mods, can you please rotate 90°.

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#2109

Occasional_panner
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08 November 2018 06:01 pm

How do you drink that Pat? I got a slab of it had a sip of one can and gave the rest to a bloke who'll drink anything.

Soooo.............. what is the extension on the handle for?
Paint lids? big_smile

Last edited by Occasional_panner (08 November 2018 06:02 pm)

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#2110

Gpx5000
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08 November 2018 07:09 pm

A Great Northern can smasher?

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#2111

Patrick1
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From: Maryborough, VIC
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08 November 2018 07:25 pm

It's Hermann's story. He only asked me too post the photos.

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#2112

tazzii
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08 November 2018 07:57 pm

whoops wrong area

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#2113

Tathradj
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From: Tathra, NSW
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08 November 2018 07:58 pm

Um Patrick,
The photo was about the correct orientation for
your location in Victoria. angel


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Aldi, A Prado 4x4, A'Van Cruiseliner and a heck of a lot of determination.
Most importantly, A lot of Good Honest Friends. Maybe one day Lucky.

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#2114

Occasional_panner
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08 November 2018 08:21 pm

Ahhh can crusher, you sit the can on the ground, then rest the handle next to the can with the metal bit directly on top of the can, then stomp.

Got it??

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#2115

Gpx5000
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08 November 2018 10:14 pm

Occasional_panner wrote:

Ahhh can crusher, you sit the can on the ground, then rest the handle next to the can with the metal bit directly on top of the can, then stomp.

Got it??

You got it buddy tongue

#2116

Gpx5000
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08 November 2018 10:17 pm

Patrick1 wrote:

It's Hermann's story. He only asked me too post the photos.

Excuses excuses mate, no need to be ashamed about drinking not so great northern beers.....oh yeah, you should be bahahaha! playful

#2117

texta
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08 November 2018 10:32 pm

chicken chives and parsley sausage , the recipe calls them chicken bog snags . minced up the goods the fried and tasted a pattie as i always do before stuffing , and the verdict absobloodylootly lovely .this recipe is a keeper.
johno
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gpx4500 standard com mono and DD and coiltek elite 14" mono . exterra 705 4 coils . garret pointer . sluices pans and sundries ,

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#2118

MegsyB007
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09 November 2018 12:02 am

I've never encountered so many guys who are gourmet chefs, as on this forum!
Some of the things you make are awesome! Including the cooking stoves! Very impressive, guys! perfect


The Australian bush - love it - take care of it.

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#2119

hermann
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09 November 2018 10:45 am

Thank you Patrick for posting the photos of my pick. Over the years I was digging quite a few deep holes, and very often I couldn't swing the pick any more unless I was widening the hole, and then you have a massive crater and that is extra hard work. Very often I'm a long way from the car when I have to get the heavy crowbar. That's when I came up with the idea with the little chisel attached to the top of my pick, The little chisel I carry in my back-pack and it's very quick to attach it to the pick handle. A while ago I was in Claremont and a guy from Brisbane was inviting me to a patch that he found the day before, (good bloke), I was watching him dig a hole on his hands and knees and he could not swing his pick any more, very quickly I attached my little chisel to my pick handle and handed it to him. He poked around for a little bit and then out popped a 40gr nugget. He reckoned it was a great idea and wanted to do the same to his pick. Last Monday I was also digging a hole, 50cm down, then I had to use my little invention, unfortunately the wooden handle split where the 2 bolts go through the timber, so either the timber was not too good or I was putting too much pressure on the thing. I'm working on a better way to attach the chisel to the wooden handle. Cheers, Hermann.

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#2120

Gpx5000
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09 November 2018 11:46 am

Hermann,
How about a metal ring, as a sleeve, weld chisel to that, and 2 bolts to tighten up against the wooden handle, if you know what I mean?
Saves drilling holes in handle and weakening the handle.

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#2121

kemjak57
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10 November 2018 12:13 pm

I thought I’d put this in this thread for someone who has made their own or got one of Muks dolly pots. I’ve kept some of the small paydirt I got from WA I would like to give it to someone to crush and pan out. It will test you skills with panning and you will also need to crush it to almost powder to recover all of the gold. First in best dressed I suppose. The pan isn’t included big_smile PM me with address. 1541812330_a3412f5e-789c-4260-af04-65fccab13de6.jpgCheers rick


Get a life! Start prospecting........

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#2122

kemjak57
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10 November 2018 12:53 pm

The WA paydirt has been taken. Cheers


Get a life! Start prospecting........

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#2123

Flowerpot
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From: WoopWoop
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10 November 2018 01:21 pm

Nice thing to do good on you kemjak57 thumbsup thumbsup

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#2124

goody2shoes
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10 November 2018 01:35 pm

Dam was to slow again......

One day I tell ya lol lol

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#2125

Patrick1
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10 November 2018 02:20 pm

Thanx anyway.

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