SDI design circuit boards for – among other things – garage door control. The PCB here is photographed on an engineer’s formica table; that is a consequence of the honest marketing skills of an engineer, I am sure. The board shown is the main control system for our Symbolic Instruments panel. Populated sparingly as shown,… Read More
Another post showing some garage doors, and industrial and commercial sorts of roller and sectional things, in photos. I write about them like some kind of Trump, the voice of the angry working man, saying what comes into my slighty prejudiced head, in a Twitter sort of post. What is usually in evidence in these… Read More
.. still type this out, after working our fingers to the bone. That is, fitting these lovely garage doors, shown above and below. But I won’t let the pictures speak for themselves. What I most like about these things is making them straight, and exact. I generally use a laser level to ensure they are… Read More
Here is David Lynch’s Dale Cooper. The good Dale is in the Lodge, and he can’t leave. So, here, the other one, inhabited by Bob, is seen in front of a roller shutter, in this world. He is searching for Philip Jeffreys, and the Black Lodge. See Twin Peaks, episode one.
We generally do repairs wherever professionalism and dedication to customer service is needed, that is, where a plague of poor service has insinuated itself into an area. So, here we see jobs where our skills were put to use in the name of rectification work. Obviously, in a capitalist economy such as ours, where an… Read More
Some pictures of doors we fitted in the last few weeks. See the site with seven shutters in a row – what a beauty! Jason fitted the five smaller ones by himself in a day! (Excepting the wiring). Ha ha, but that was not very funny. Our assistant, Louis, has gone off to university; so… Read More
A repair The photo is actually of my house, but we fitted something similar at a basement flat in Chelsea. We installed these in a few hours at a property in the countryside recently. Only a few hours, about 6, I think. We had time to squeeze in a repair in Congleton – and get… Read More