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As working in the industrial side of electrics, I find it hard doing the work for the first time without actually knowing what it should look like.

So it would be nice to start a gallery of the good workmanship people have done.

Maybe you'll find that your ways can be improved ;)

regards Luke
 
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Dan

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Re: Gallery of Industrial Work

Lots of pictures? I like the sound of that mate. :)
 
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Cirrus

Re: Gallery of Industrial Work

yeah sounds good. My biggest regret was a renovation I did last year. WW2 hospital wing in Worcs. Fair sized job and I was running the job and it was all about using modern wiring methods but recreating the 1940's style of wiring with the old porcelain clamps, braided cord etc. Never did take one photo as was that busy. Will probably never do a job like it again:(
 
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Re: Gallery of Industrial Work

Lots of pictures? I like the sound of that mate. :)
bad idea? think bandwidth comes to mind, hows tilersforum do it, via a 3rd party image upload website?

might start taking photos of my work, and posting it on :)
 

Dan

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Re: Gallery of Industrial Work

yeah sounds good. My biggest regret was a renovation I did last year. WW2 hospital wing in Worcs. Fair sized job and I was running the job and it was all about using modern wiring methods but recreating the 1940's style of wiring with the old porcelain clamps, braided cord etc. Never did take one photo as was that busy. Will probably never do a job like it again:(
Unlucky mate - better luck next time.

bad idea? think bandwidth comes to mind, hows tilersforum do it, via a 3rd party image upload website?
We will always be fine, this forum is hosted on a dedicated server with more than enough bandwidth and disk space. Like here, tilersforums.co.uk allows users a limit on their forum account which they can use for PDF's or images or whatever. Though on tilersforums.co.uk there's a Tile Gallery too which members upload to. And then many of the members do use photo uploading sites too so they'll link to them.
 
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Cirrus

Re: Gallery of Industrial Work

Yeah, photobucket tends to be a popular one
 
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Re: Gallery of Industrial Work

I got a few photos of me up a cherry picker, n a few commercial ones too, gonna upload them soon, to see what ya think :) hopefully not too bad
 
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Bane

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Photos of you up a cherry picker?!?

LOL
 
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mdshunk

Here's a couple from the US. They might not make sense, but here they are anyhow:

















 
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bigstew

this maybe a bumb question but, is the red blue and white taped cables american 3 phase???
 
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