Member Since: May 3, 2012

Country: Australia



Part nerd, part bogan :) Obsessed with 60s and 70s JDM cars


I work for myself


Wyatt Software

Spoken Languages

English Veeeeeeery limited Japanese

Programming Languages

In order of appearance: Blitz BASIC (Amiga) MS BASIC Turbo Pascal ANSII C Visual BASIC SQL C++ Visual C HTML CSS Javascript VBScript PHP


Griffith University - Gold Coast PARTEC - Moreton Campus


Bachelor of I.T. Certificate III in Polymer Processing


Old JDM cars! Especially early Celicas


http://www.wyatt-software.com/ http://www.datsun1000.com/ http://www.retrojdm.com/

  • Do you have any plans to offer a knob without an index mark on it? The mark makes no sense for something that’s continuously rotatable.

    The Silver Metal Knob you offer would have been perfect if it fit on a D-Shaft and had no mark.

    I ended up pulling the knobs off my Kenwood Micro Hi-Fi (M-616DV-S), and ordered 10x spares from their parts department (part number K29-8822-08).

  • My step-dad eventually started buying us (my 2 brothers and I) broken old typewritters, VCRs and stereos to pull apart. This and technic lego taught me more about basic engineering principles than anything else since.

    P.S. I too was mesmerised by the worm gear.

No public wish lists :(