Submitted by Name: Pauli From: Australia E-mail: Contact
Comments: I'm just wondering if a list of the maximum parts in several sets would be a possible addition.
E.g. what is the largest parts total in the #10 over the years -- this would include the prewar obsolete parts and the 1978 exchanges in addition to the usual list.
Alternative, what is the parts required to make a super set of the 7, L and 10?
Added: April 4, 2018
Submitted by Name: R G allen From: Bristol E-mail: Contact
Comments: Great site - big thanks for putting it togther
Added: March 23, 2018
Submitted by Name: Rick Demil From: France E-mail: Contact
Comments: Thank you for your website. Engineering Drawings are precious for me, cause I make some parts to complete my set. MECCANO manuals are necessary to improve my Meccano experience. Long life to your site!
Added: March 17, 2018
Submitted by Name: Terry Houseman From: Harrogate E-mail: Contact
Comments: I enjoyed your presentation at the Harrogate Mens' Forum this morning (Thursday 15th March 2018)and spoke with you briefly afterwards about our 1920s No.7 set.
Added: March 15, 2018
Submitted by Name: Kim Brand From: Indianapolis, IN USA E-mail: Contact
Comments: The WWW is a wonderful thing for the curious! I stumbled upon this site after Googling a mention of 'Meccano Set 8' by Adrian Oldknow in an email. (The circumstances of which had to do with articles he has written about the Micro:Bit - another British invention I stumbled upon courtesy a friend.)
WOW! I have now reserved much of my weekend to explore these pages.
We are trying to reinstill an interest in 'thinkering' at our makerspaces in the US. It is hard to compete with electronic devices, but with resources like this website and the recent urgency here to reform our school system I am hopeful we will succeed.
THANK YOU! for maintaining these volumes for posterity and for inspiring youth to put down their devices and make stuff!
Added: March 3, 2018
Submitted by Name: Ian Warhurst From: North Yorkshire E-mail: Contact
Comments: Absolutely fantastic website. I used to build Meccano models about 60 years ago when I wer'a lad. I am sure this early understanding went a long way to enabling me to become an engineer. This website has certainly rekindled my interest. Amazing website - keep up the good work.
Added: January 28, 2018
Submitted by Name: Dave Powell From: Boston, UK E-mail: Contact
Comments: Wow! what a fantatsic resource. My interest was rekindled recently when I bought an old shop display model of a bulldozer. I have cleaned it lightly and got it working, the wheels go round and the bucket goes up and down. This site is amazing for learning about the history - it has to be the world's most useful and informative Meccano resource - Massive thumbs up!!
Added: January 21, 2018
Submitted by Name: ian arbery From: cambridge cambs uk E-mail: Contact
Comments: dear timothy I like this web site It is easy to find what you are looking for it is full of meccano sets, manuals and parts I wish you a happy 2018
Added: January 20, 2018
Submitted by Name: David (AKA myfordboy) From: UK E-mail: Contact
Comments: This site is brilliant. Returning to Meccano after 50+ years I have found the engineering drawings extremely useful. I bought some bent and rusty parts and have restored them to new condition. I have been using the drawings to make parts I do not have for a specific model. It's interesting working from a 1930s plan. Thank you Timothy for making this available.
Added: January 9, 2018
Submitted by Name: John Shervington From: Sydney, Australia E-mail: Contact
Comments: A great resource! Thank you, Timothy Edwards, for making this available to Meccano enthusiasts. :)