Posted by: tayl1684 on Wednesday, May 09, 2007 - 08:22 PM
Unfortunately, due to the heavy spamming of our forums, it is now necessary to stop non members from posting. Members of Meccanoscene are still able to post as usual but will be required to be logged in to the site to do so.
This will entail no change to most of you but will hopefully remove the constant abuse of our forums.
If you are not a member but wish to post in the forum please join by clicking here.
We now have over 400 members, why not help us to forge a comprehensive online Meccano community. Send us Articles, News, Links, Reviews & Events for publication on Meccanoscene or just chat with our other members in the forum!
Posted by: tayl1684 on Tuesday, April 03, 2007 - 10:24 AM
Please note that the “Submitted Question” facility is provided to enable the creation of a “User Generated” list of “Frequently Asked Questions” to supplement the “Pre-defined” FAQs. Over time, this FAQ area will grow into a searchable database of technical questions and answers which will be useful to future Meccanoscene members.
Please ensure that your question is appropriate to this aim. Take a look at the FAQ area to see the kind of question involved. Short term questions relating to current site problems, times of exhibitions, etc. should be directed to a suitable section of the public FORUM. (Meccanoscene site difficulties are dealt with in the Technical Support / Support area.)
Remember that the answer to the “Submitted Question” will have to be researched by the Meccanoscene team, with valued assistance from members of the metal construction community. That can take some time. When the answer has been completed, it will be added to the FAQ area under “Answers to Submitted Questions” Look there for our response.
If the answer does not wholly meet your needs, you can have recourse to the public FORUM. The answer will usually include a suggestion for an appropriate FORUM section to which any follow-up might be addressed. Remember that any question in the public FORUM sections can be responded to immediately by any individual reading that section, thus directing your query to a much wider community.
Posted by: tayl1684 on Saturday, July 29, 2006 - 09:59 AM
“Club Details Procedure”
Would club representatives please note that it is not possible for a member of the Meccanoscene team to assemble current year information for each club, and to present this as a complete file. If clubs wish their particular information set to be updated, they should use the standard procedure. Details of this procedure can be accessed from the submission menu on the left of this page. A revised header has been placed in the "Club Details" file to clarify this.
Ian Taylor (Administrator)
Posted by: tayl1684 on Sunday, January 01, 2006 - 12:46 PM
This has been a massive two year project for my son Ian and myself due to the vast amount of photograpy (nearly 2000 images) and the many unexpected problems and complexities encountered. These were compounded by the ever changing and growing product range. However, we believe MECCANOMAN now offers the most comprehensive range of Meccano and compatables Worldwide, all at very competitive prices. Not only do we have almost 100% of the range illustrated, but we also aim for 100% stock availability. Ordering and processing is now far more streamlined and should result in a quicker turnround making us "THE" one stop Meccano shop.