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Alexander Ulysses Pitt

Joined Nov 17 2011
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73 years old
Hamilton Ontario
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I'm new to Steampunk and I've been a fan of Jules Verne style si-fi all my life.I enjoy computer construction and modification, bonsai, and generally building things.

Steampunk is a new and interesting outlet.

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Reply Alexander Ulysses Pitt
12:01 PM on January 29, 2012 
You could try to use a product available at Home Hardware called contact cement thinner but once it is dry the thinner may not dissolve the cement. Good Luck.
Reply Doctor Rina Von Elrick
11:47 AM on January 29, 2012 
i ended up using contact cement. it worked great but the piece i used was too big. now they look silly and i cant remove it. :(
Reply Alexander Ulysses Pitt
6:20 PM on January 4, 2012 
Try J-B Weld it will glue metal to metal , so should work for you. Sand the area, if possible, first then when it's cured sand the excess away ( you can also use a nail file ) You can find it in the automotive section of and good hardware store or Canadian Tire. Good luck and let me known how it turns out.
Reply Doctor Rina Von Elrick
3:38 PM on January 4, 2012 
im having a problem with adhesives. im trying to fasen metal to plastic (adding a scope to one of my goggle lenses) any suggestions? :)
Reply Doctor Rina Von Elrick
1:55 PM on December 21, 2011 
thats awesome. im working on my dress right now, then ill be making some goggles. ive got until august really so theres no big rush
Reply Doctor Rina Von Elrick
6:11 PM on December 16, 2011 
thanks :) i -LOVE- your goggles in your picture
Reply Shepp
11:48 AM on December 6, 2011 
And I'm glad to be aboard, my good man. Now where's the coal?
Reply Jedediah Solomon
11:42 PM on November 19, 2011 
Welcome aboard,Sir
Reply PM
12:10 PM on November 19, 2011 
Glad you enjoyed "The Resident Member"!

It's too bad the CBC isn't interested in this sort of thing, because it would be fun to produce some more.
Reply Lee A. Farruga
12:16 PM on November 18, 2011 
Welcome! Lovely to have you with us.