password is "guestuser". If you have any problems set your FTP client
to enable passive file transfers. As far as I know you can't use
Netscape or IE for FTP with my site because the ampersand @ symbol seems
to violate those browsers' FTP syntax. You'll have to use something
like CuteFTP or WSFTP or similar software specifically designed to be
Have fun downloading. There's a lot of crap there that I don't take
responsibility for. Those files were created by a several different
people besides myself and I haven't had time to go through all of them
and make them consistent. I DO believe that the parts represented are
Mark 'Sporky' Stapleton
Watermark Design, LLC
Charlotte, North Carolina, USA
IE 6.0 does works. Don't know about Netscape.
Thanks for sharing your parts with everyone. I would share also if I had
the means to do it. If you have plenty of ftp space, I would be willing to
upload some of my stuff. Just let me know.
Is anyone sharing their material database yet?
Yeh, sure, I don't mind if you do. Just create a separate directory
(other than "/palette parts") up there. But please do wait until I'm
done uploading and until I have replied back here. I'm copying about
408 megabytes right now, plus I have all my Web pages and other stuff .
. . and my limit is 800 megabytes. I'll let you know what the upper
limit of what you can upload will be. And I probably won't be able to
leave all this stuff up there indefinitely in an unprotected
environment. People are apt to upload stuff while I'm not looking that
I REALLY don't want up there.
IN FACT, after tomorrow morning (6/26, USA Eastern Standard Time), if
someone wants the files they can email me for a UserID and password. A
valid email address for me is at bottom on my main Web page (below).
Mark 'Sporky' Stapleton
ACK, getting crowded up there and still transferring files. 77% full
and climbing. Do not -- repeat, do not -- upload any files.
I'll allow this much stuff to remain on the FTP host all this weekend
and Monday, if anyone wants to download it. Come Monday afternoon it
There's a lot of stuff here, people. A partial list by category:
8020 aluminum extrusions
Hardware (contains several varieties of fasteners)
Pneumatic filters / regulators
Torque limiters / clutches
Water rotary joints
Come and get it, but don't complain when they're gone.
I'm downloading in the "H's", please keep your parts and assemblies until
later today (tonight).
Thanks for all your support!
PS what do I need to remove to reply direct? DOT, UNDERLINE and/or again?
works with konqueror!
Kill MSIE NOW:
Really, I'm not out to destroy Microsoft. That will just be a completely
unintentional side effect.
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