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Old 24th November 2012, 07:13 PM   #681
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Don't feel too bad, I've never had any luck understanding HR at all. I can learn most software, but HR just doesn't not compute for me.

Someday I hope to get someone to tutor me in its arcane ways.
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Old 24th November 2012, 08:16 PM   #682
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Mrs JRKO had a glass of wine I had..........more. In my defence we were watching Hitch

Thanks Pano. I got winisd straight away but I kind of feel like I'm playing (or failing to play) a text based computer game of days gone by with HR It doesn't help that I don't understand all the workings behind it.

Can anyone help with the flare rate & measurements of the 1005 based on the info Pano & GM have given?

I hope to maybe start 'mache madness' on Monday all being well
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Old 24th November 2012, 10:32 PM   #683
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There is certainly a learning curve involved.... have you seen this tutorial?

hornresp for dummies

There is a lot to it, but once you get the basics it's not too bad.

I'm quite curious what you come up with. I just got a pair of used Radian drivers in the mail. I was planning on having my father-in-law turn me some round horns, but this thread has me thinking about building some mulitcell horns....
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Old 24th November 2012, 11:46 PM   #684
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Can anyone help with the flare rate & measurements of the 1005 based on the info Pano & GM have given?
If there's any chance you want to go for the same cells as an 1803 I could give all measures at whatever intervals you wanted and do it as early as tomorrow. If so do you want them in inches or cms?
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Old 25th November 2012, 01:54 AM   #685
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Ditto for the 1005, if you want them.
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Old 25th November 2012, 07:33 AM   #686
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!!!Cal & Pano to the rescue!!!

THANKS GUYS

Can I be greedy and ask for both in centimetre increments please? As it only paper I might get away with both

There seems to be some interest in this brilliant, low cost idea of Pano's so the more the merrier me thinks!
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Old 25th November 2012, 01:03 PM   #687
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OK, I'll have to dig out the tape measure with cm markings. I greatly prefer metric, but live in a country were it is considered an evil foreign plot. ;(

(I feel that fractions are an evil plot to confuse me)
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Good man, welcome to metric fellow comrade!
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...but live in a country were it is considered an evil foreign plot. ;(

(I feel that fractions are an evil plot to confuse me)
Metric is the thin edge of the wedge. Wait until your banana's have to be straight, it's illigal to sell in lbs so greengrocers get fines for giving little old ladies half a lb of grapes Its all madness, pure madness

Fractions however are the devils work and especially fiendish when they are of inches like 3"3/16
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... inches like 3"3/16
Ahhhhhh!!! Nooo! My brain hurts, Mr. Gumby!
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