Fri Jan 07, 2005 3:03 pm

JB = for some reason your host site does not want to direct link. Once I used the properties to find the address of the photo it would show. So I swiped a copy of your pic from your site and copied it to my photo host.

Fri Jan 07, 2005 7:28 pm

Bigdog wrote:JB = for some reason your host site does not want to direct link. Once I used the properties to find the address of the photo it would show. So I swiped a copy of your pic from your site and copied it to my photo host.


:shock: Sumpin weird going on here B.D. Now on this trip back to the board hours later my picture is showing up again. On my last visit all that showed was a small blank square. I have noticed that happening ocasionally on pictures that others have posted, Sometimes they appear and other times they are a blank box. :?: 8)

Fri Jan 07, 2005 7:32 pm

JB - a lot of sites limit the amount of traffic or bandwidth you can use for given time periods. When you exceed that usage, they block your page for a while. That is probably what is happening.

Fri Jan 07, 2005 7:39 pm

Bigdog wrote:JB - a lot of sites limit the amount of traffic or bandwidth you can use for given time periods. When you exceed that usage, they block your page for a while. That is probably what is happening.


:o Why them dirty rotten low-down •¾½)(*%¿?## scoundrels, I would fire them if they weren`t providing me with free space. :twisted: :o

Re: Electrolysis Tank Question

Sat Nov 08, 2014 2:39 pm

Will the process still work if the part is laying on the bottom? I'm thinking it just can't touch the positive and it would be ok.
I want to use a kiddie pool for larger items like rims so they would just be laying on the bottom.
Thanks :D
Brian

Re: Electrolysis Tank Question

Sat Nov 08, 2014 3:06 pm

Yes it will work with the part resting on the bottom of a non-metallic container. It will not work very well on the portion of the part that is resting directly against the container. Depending on the part being cleaned, it may help to flip the part the other side up after a while.

Re: Electrolysis Tank Question

Sat Nov 08, 2014 6:06 pm

I've used a kiddie pool a couple of times. if you place a small block of wood under the rim in three spots, it works well. you either zip tie the wood on the rim, or put your hand in the solution to place them. I've also used a large tote from wall mart and rotated the rims vertically