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  1. I have made working miniature power tools like Power drill, angle grinder, circular saw, air blower...and more with the name of "SAZOH miniature power tools"Here are the video links of my working power drill model (Please subscribe my youtube channel for more videos)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TQumYgobBhY https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JCyQfGLsajI
  2. Hello Everyone! I just discovered this forum and am so grateful! I am remodeling my childhood dollhouse that my dad made for me. I have cleared out the entire house of everything including wallpaper and flooring. I have left the existing electric tape and would like to add on to it seeing as though it still works. I bought the blue and copper tape wire to use throughout the house and am wondering how to attach it to the existing tape wire which is two copper pieces (no blue piece). Is it possible? I assume there is a way. I have also purchased brads to use in connecting them. From reading some other posts am I correct in thinking I should purchase eyelets instead? Thank you, Kouwe
  3. From the album: 2014 HBS Creatin' Contest--Erabliere Aucoin, Sugar Shack and Shop

    This electric meter has been carefully created to match the look of current meters in Maine. The face is a scaled-printout of the real thing—surprisingly easy to find on the web, as apparently Maine has had a big to-do over their electric meters in the not-too-distant past, and lots of news agencies have put pictures of them into their articles about the fuss. Coated the face in several layers of clear nail polish to get the glass-domed look of (U.S.) meter faces.
  4. From the album: Craigslist Find: Heirloom Dollhouse Lot

    The back view: This dollhouse is so roomy inside!! I can't wait to restore it!! Right now it is covered with a thick layer of dust from storage.
  5. bluecaly

    My new dollhouse

    From the album: Craigslist Find: Heirloom Dollhouse Lot

    the dollhouse is larger than I thought but it is beautiful. It is at least 40 years old.
  6. Hello! I THINK I want to wire my Beacon Hill (bought used so renovating, not made from kit) I have the large cir-kit tape wire kit unused from my voyage to minis years ago. Honestly it scares me to pieces to think of doing it, but I bet once I start it's easier than it sounds! BUT the problem is that I wasn't planning to wire it, and I've glued panels to the walls of the main foyer room! They are not floor to ceiling, but are only 3 inch by 1 inch panels, glued about half inch from the floor. Since they stick out I don't think I can just tape wire over top of them. I know you're supposed to be about an inch or inch and a half from the floor, and consistent throughout the house, so I'm not sure how or if I could wire it now. None of the other rooms have had anything done. I have wallpaper for the main entry and a few other rooms, so I need to figure this out before I move forward. How can I make it work? Could I tape the left and right rooms all the way around in the traditional way, and then the entry just for a chandelier?? Could I wire that one room just above the panels? (By going around the bottom of the left/right, then up that wall, into the foyer above the panels, around the foyer, add ceiling wires, then down the wall of the right/left and around the lower area of that room?) Also, can I wire it now, then decide lighting placement later? Or do I need to know exactly what lights I'm using and where they are going before I wire???? And, one more, how obvious are the plugs for lights when you use them?? Do they plug into the house wall similar to how they plug into a real wall? I can't visualize how it works when I know there are wall sconces too, and where those wires go. Thanks!!!
  7. The fireplace is one area I would not mind flickering lights but my ceiling lights sometimes flicker...a lot. I used the tape system to electrify and even added an additional power pack. Any ideas as to why this is happening? Thanks
  8. I received my box of lights from Greenleaf yesterday and spent the whole night wiring and lighting my house. This was sooooo easy. Time consuming, but easy. Question. I've read here that many advice you solder your connections to insure they stay. I'm good at a lot of creative things but I suck at soldering. I can't begin to express how bad I am at it. I tried it on one light and destroyed it and the tape. Thank God both can be replaced. So, frustrated with soldering, I put masking tape in place for now but intend to replace with gorilla tape or a permanent glue like E6000 or Quick Grip. All of my wiring is on the outside which I'm going to cover with paperclay so I'm not too concerned about any bulk from the glue or tape. Has anyone had bad luck taping, or glueing their connections. I appreciate your opinion/experience. Thanks, Bogie (PS, sorry if this is a repeat topic. Couldn't find my answer in past posts.)
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