On the site, they say with the multiyear subscription, the user needs to renew it every year presumably to overcome this issue
I believe since September 2020 certificates can only be issued with a maximum expiry of 13 months or less anyway, see here.For general public use I wouldn't buy certificates with expirations greater than 2 years.
A lot of services consider a cert more than 2 years old to be untrusted.
Sorry to continue the thread hijacking with more SSL discussion
Instructions: Five pages of instruction, mainly via photographs, in the occasional place, the information could have been expanded for extra clarity, though a novice could build this model, I think some areas did introduce ambiguity into them.
Body: The ply though light was solid with well cut edges, all the parts (with the exception of the seats) were butt joints, and as advised here I used PVA and it seems to be a very solid build.
Engine cover: White metal, clean, a couple of very small "blow holes" only identified after primer, soldered together well, nice fit.
Axle mounts, luggage rack, "dashboard": 3D printed, clean and square, the axle bushes needed a little super-glue to hold in place.
Issues: There was no 45 mm gauge conversion kit, and IP Engineering weren't the easiest company to get hold of, but agreed to sent the items in the post, however they only post once a week, and I had just missed that weeks post, so from identifying the issue to receipt of parts was 10 days, however not being in a rush this was not an issue for me.
Overall I am quite please, currently at the painting and motorizing stages, the main build now finished.
Rik, many thanks, the rook rack was a 3D printed item that came with the kit,
Darned predictive text on this tablet - "intimate" is supposed to be "intricate" ..... But I do like the concept of your "rook" rack (which my predictive text just changed to "room" rack)
Oops - no it couldn't - I'm 32mm
Sporadic Garden Railer
Hi many thanks, the orange beacon, well it came with the lights kit, managed to get a flashing LED, liked it so used it, as it my railway
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