Nope, not our (and probably not Leon's) concern at all. But a good
vendor of components attempts to pass on potentially good info to the
client in case he hasn't thought of it. One or two quick questions, if
they're amenable to them, and from there, it's up the client. Give
them what they think they want, then go back & fix it later, right? ;)
Along a similar but different line, I've walked away from building or
rebuilding a couple projects because the client didn't care about
safety or code (not that I know much about them, either.) I used the
ploy "That method is not up to building code requirements and my
insurance company won't allow me to do that."
The great thing about getting older is that
you don't lose all the other ages you've been.
-- Madeleine L'Engle
you would think. I have been to a number of shows. Most are high and out
of the way, but anytime one is low like that, it's there for most to
touch. I guess it depends on the venue.
On 11/3/2012 4:17 PM, Swingman wrote:
I attend several model engineering shows every year and every display has
ropes, or other means, to prevent visitors damaging displays. Sure, in
many cases an adult visitor might be able to reach over and touch but
visitors to these shows all have respect for the amount of work invested
in a model. Most stands are run by clubs and members are always on hand to
answer questions and keep a watchful eye.
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