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Post  liteglow on Wed Apr 15, 2009 2:21 pm

The snow is finally gone in my garden....
So I did start to dig up the old tree`s .

A damn hard job to remove the old trees..
but with some help it was allot more easy :



haha



All gone Smile

this is how I want my garden to be when I`m finnish.






And here is how it`s today:




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Post  John on Sat Apr 18, 2009 7:44 pm

I love it! That looks like a good plan!

Were you able to drive the bulldozer to get the tree stumps out?
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Post  Magic-nozzle on Sun Apr 19, 2009 12:44 am

Wow, what a nice plan, looks cool, can you send me the bagger please, i need one and its so expensive to rent.
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Post  liteglow on Sun Apr 19, 2009 2:41 pm

John wrote:I love it! That looks like a good plan!

Were you able to drive the bulldozer to get the tree stumps out?

It was not a bulldozer, it was a .. ehm.. Volvo BM Smile

And yea, it was no problem to remove both 2 stubs...
Soon a digger comes and remove the 5 other stubs that is left!
And the best part is that he do it all for free.
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Post  John on Sun Apr 19, 2009 3:44 pm

Was the software free to use?
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Re: Liteglow`s Garden

Post  liteglow on Mon Apr 20, 2009 9:57 am

John wrote:Was the software free to use?


Ehm.. nope you can buy it..
But you can also find it on torrent Rolling Eyes
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Re: Liteglow`s Garden

Post  John on Mon Apr 20, 2009 9:58 am

pirat

Ahhh
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UPDATE

Post  liteglow on Mon May 18, 2009 3:50 pm

It`s 01:00am so this will be a quick update Smile

I have done allot of work in the garden today..
I`m removing 20cm of the ground on the parking, and replace it with compact sand (white sub sand) !
When the grass\stubs are removed, and the sub sand is pressed on the ground, it`s ready to have asphalt and stone.

here is some pictures: (tstevn, like the "tools" ? hehe)









Now I just wait to get the white sand, and then compress it hard so I can have asphalt on it..


Here is a pictures of where the laminar fountain will be:



I will spread the grass seed soon, but first I think I maybe need to dig the hole for my laminar jets ?
If I dont do it before I make grass, I think I must wait 1-2 months until I can walk on it?


About the asphalt and stone, I planning to do it as on the 3D pictures.
But I still think about how I want it, if someone here on the forum have any ideas how to place the asphalt and stones..
plz share your ideas !! Smile

I want this to be a nice garden... Not something you see daily Wink hehe


Thanx for looking
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Post  Tstevn on Tue May 19, 2009 11:00 am

Ohhh you big cheat Twisted Evil Laughing
Truth is, im still recovering here, age isnt kind when it comes to shoveling ......
Anyway, looks like you are on the right track !
Congrats so far !

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Post  Magic-nozzle on Tue May 19, 2009 1:38 pm

Puhhhh, wow, lot of work to do, where ist the lamnar fontain? Ahh in the undergound! *LOL*
Nice nice ...
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Update !

Post  liteglow on Thu May 21, 2009 4:08 pm

If you wonder why I not have been so much on the forum lately, the reason is here :










And the second reason is that I still have not yet get my parts to my other nozzle...
So I have not started on building them yet !

I have also been to busy to start working on any cutter, but I hope to soon get more time..

aahh... I wish the day was not only 24 hour but maybe 34 hour Cool
I only sleep 5-6 hour each night, but still I need more time Wink
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Post  Magic-nozzle on Thu May 21, 2009 11:31 pm

Wow, it looks like a lot of work, but it seems when its finsh, you will have a very nice entry.
Cheers Mario
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More update, more pictures..

Post  liteglow on Wed May 27, 2009 4:04 pm

Here is the stones Smile







Not the best weather to work in, heavy rain and only 6-7 degree.
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Post  Magic-nozzle on Wed May 27, 2009 11:43 pm

Hey, this is looking great, lot of work, but nice Weather.. Grrrrrr 6 - 7 deg. Mad
Hope you are finishing soon, so we have you back in the Laminar Project.

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asphalt :D

Post  liteglow on Fri May 29, 2009 9:55 am

More updates, pictures ... :-)
8 workmen, one hour, and 4000$ less in my pocket ... here is the result :











The water did flow nicely away from my drive way cheers
Now I only have to work on the stones, light, garden, laminar jets, and seed some grass Very Happy

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Laminar nozle fountain holes..

Post  liteglow on Sat May 30, 2009 5:16 pm

More updates and more pictures Wink
I don't know who look at this updates, hehe.. but here is the beginning on the fountain and my nozzle tank holes Smile





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Post  Magic-nozzle on Sat May 30, 2009 11:10 pm

Ohh nice Filip, you are going fast forward now! WOW. I want first finish the whle nozzle, then i dig up the garden .. Puhh, all by hand. *SWEAT* Nice Asphalt.

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Re: Liteglow`s Garden

Post  Zed on Sun May 31, 2009 7:05 am

Thats going to look awesome! Asphalt looks great I especially like the pavers down the side looks very professional! What kind of car is that black one, we dont have any like that here... or many Mercedes Touring for that matter! Very Cool. cyclops

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Post  liteglow on Sun May 31, 2009 10:55 am

Zed wrote:Thats going to look awesome! Asphalt looks great I especially like the pavers down the side looks very professional! What kind of car is that black one, we dont have any like that here... or many Mercedes Touring for that matter! Very Cool. cyclops

Thank you Smile

The cars is one MB E-Class Classic, and a Honda Accord (acura tsx) !
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The Laminar is coming.. more pictures !

Post  liteglow on Thu Jun 04, 2009 3:07 pm

Today was a long day.. puuh..

Here is some updates Smile
I let the pictures speak for them self (to tired to write now haha)







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Post  Magic-nozzle on Thu Jun 04, 2009 10:47 pm

Hello Filip, wow, this looks really cool! Nice work.What is this kind of a mist maker in the water? this is a pretty big arch, about 4 - 5 Meters, it seems you don't have problems anymore.

I am actually order and organize the machines and transport to dig up my Garden, my nozzle is finished and complete with light, stepper cutter turbulence maker and the cotrollerbox. Do you use now the low pass filter? Awesome work.

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Post  liteglow on Fri Jun 05, 2009 5:11 pm

Magic-nozzle wrote:Hello Filip, wow, this looks really cool! Nice work.What is this kind of a mist maker in the water? this is a pretty big arch, about 4 - 5 Meters, it seems you don't have problems anymore.

I am actually order and organize the machines and transport to dig up my Garden, my nozzle is finished and complete with light, stepper cutter turbulence maker and the cotrollerbox. Do you use now the low pass filter? Awesome work.

Mario

Thank you Smile

It`s a 9 head mist maker.
The arc is about 2 meeters maybe..
I don't have so much problem about the laminar !
But sometimes the flow just break apart and nothing works....
I think maybe it`s because of the fiber, straws and the mess inside my "test" tank..

I have not recived my new PVC parts yet, but I consider reopen this nozzle and rebuild it..

No i dont use any low-pass filter.
There are no need to use one Smile when there is problem in my laminar arc, the problem is also there with the filter!
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Post  liteglow on Fri Jun 26, 2009 2:40 pm

The 4 water tank is now under the ground Very Happy
I hope god that the pipes not leak water Rolling Eyes







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Post  Magic-nozzle on Fri Jun 26, 2009 10:33 pm

Hey Man, this looks very good! You are much faster than me Smile , i dig up all by hand .. ohh man i wish i can use a machine, but its not possible, because i have to take care on the Lawn. Mad Are you shure this tubes and silicon will be close-fitting enough? Because no silicon will bond on PE tubes. I am not shure this is really nessecery, but i use Professional tank fitting to be shure all is tight in the next 15 years. Good luck!
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Post  liteglow on Sat Jun 27, 2009 5:22 am

Thanx for the reply Wink

I actually have NOT been using any silicone...

The PVC tanks is welded with 50mm outlets, and then I plugged in a T connector into the output from one tank.
And split the pipe into the next tank, then to the other and so on..

The pipes have rubber gasket inside, so they only needed to be stuffed inside each other, then there is a TIGHT connection the next 20 years Smile

It`s the same pipes that are used on your kitchen, bathroom, and so on ...

Smile

I only hope that the welded outlet connectors on the tanks is OK, because we did weld them with the "small" weld machine..

Here is a water test, to check that no water leak out from the pipes:

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