Making of Walker Net Arms

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This was back in the summer, I do hope it continues where it left off.
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I met up with WM+ last night at our club AGM, work is continuing so you can expect some future posts.
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Fascinating thread!
Does anyone have the pictures that illustrate the different stages described by Paul?

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Golden_Scale wrote: Thu Jan 13, 2022 2:34 pm Fascinating thread!
Does anyone have the pictures that illustrate the different stages described by Paul?
I‘d second that. It would be very nice being able to get them.
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By any chance, has anyone saved these photos? I contacted Paul via his website but I did not hear back :Cry:

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Golden_Scale wrote: Wed Jan 26, 2022 7:23 pm By any chance, has anyone saved these photos? I contacted Paul via his website but I did not hear back :Cry:
All the photos using tinypic were lost GS, see the thread below.

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Thanks Mark for this information. What a pity! There are so many incredible archives. I was hoping that one of the members (or the author) had saved them on his computer...

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