Submitted by Name: Barrie Peake From: Dunedin , New Zealand E-mail: Contact
Comments: The need to be 'locked'down' during this Cronid-19 virus pandemic, has FINALLY given me time to sort through a mass of Meccano parts which I have accumulated over many years and stored in many boxes !
Added: April 7, 2020
Submitted by Name: Timothy Rand From: Ayr, North Dakota USA E-mail: Contact
Comments: Thank you, Mr. Edwards, for your prompt and helpful response to my question about identifying the set I have and getting the parts list for it. You've created a helpful web site for Meccano, and backed it up with excellent personal service. I very much appreciate your help.
Added: April 3, 2020
Submitted by Name: GRAEME O'NEILL From: Christchurch, New Zealand E-mail: Contact
Comments: Member of the Christchurch Meccano Club (NZ) for some 30 years. Your site is a mine of info. Thanks.
Added: March 28, 2020
Submitted by Name: ROBERT M ROBINSON From: darlington E-mail: Contact
Comments: very interesting website
Added: March 24, 2020
Submitted by Name: alan collinge From: Manchester, England E-mail: Contact
Comments: An amazing resource and a mine of information. This will give me something to do during the winter months. Thanks for sharing.
Added: March 18, 2020
Submitted by Name: Robert Watson From: Surrey, England E-mail: Contact
Comments: Hi everyone! I have a Meccano M.A.X robot which I have been trying to find a particular screw / bolt. I contacted Meccano customer service providing the details of it but they can’t help me :-( Is there anyone who might be able to point me in the right direction to find a ‘M2 / M255 - 10.5mm 7/16”’ screw. I need just one and is key to the stability of the head.
Added: January 28, 2020
Submitted by Name: Albert Iezzi From: Quebec, Canada E-mail: Contact
Comments: Great site. Keep it up.
Added: January 23, 2020
Submitted by Name: Ken E. Berntsen From: Norway E-mail: Contact
Comments: Hi, I have a small electro motor, 8 cms long, 3,5 broad and 5,5 tall. Its basic Construction is painted Orange, and its copper-threaded engine Construction is housed in a green horseshoeshaped magnet on top; on top of the magnet the name 'Mecline'. I probably got it as a child back in the late 1950'ies. Do anyone have any information about it, where and when it was built, eventually what it might be Worth to-day. Ken.
Added: December 12, 2019
Submitted by Name: Klaus-W. Auerswald From: Germany E-mail: Contact
Comments: Brief report to my question October 8, 2019.
With kind support by Timothy Edwards, other Meccano Men and specially the Club Argentina Meccano who did local research, things have been sorted out. I now have no doubt, the robot‘s plan has worldwide first been printed May 1930 in UK.
More detail in the nzmeccano forum Rust Bucket, Meccano, General, thread „Robot Model 6.3 ...“
Many thanks, Timothy, for making this index and your expertise available. Klaus
Added: November 30, 2019
Submitted by Name: Vernon Couchman From: Hastings, England E-mail: Contact
Comments: Had "Plastic (Junior) Meccano" as a child in the mid 1970's, and loved it. Bought a large quantity on eBay for my Grandson to use when he visits. Thought it would make a change from computer games etc.
Needed some building instructions, and found your website, it is absolutely fantastic, spent a couple of hours printing loads out.