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    Thanks ..... saves me the hassle of pulling mine...

    Thanks ..... saves me the hassle of pulling mine apart :)
  2. Personally Iím not a fan of MDF ..... always...

    Personally Iím not a fan of MDF ..... always seems to absorb a degree of moisture in the garage - even if just from the air.

    What about Melamine (chipboard core). Cheap, easy to work and provides...
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    I think that your text is spot on .... with a...

    I think that your text is spot on .... with a piece of timber like that you need to let it shine.

    Your design looks to be refined and you have been able to achieve the high degree of workmanship...
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    Itís testament to the man to keep his left hand...

    Itís testament to the man to keep his left hand so still for the duration of the video until right at the end where his fingers remained still but he moved his hand from the wrist.

    SS always seems...
  5. If you go to "who's online" it has a legend down...

    If you go to "who's online" it has a legend down the bottom:

    +User is on your contact list
    *User is invisible to others
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    Iím a little reluctant to call as they donít seem...

    Iím a little reluctant to call as they donít seem to know the answer.
  7. Hasnít it got something to do with people in your...

    Hasnít it got something to do with people in your friends list and perhaps also people you follow.

    I have no friends so canít be sure :)
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    Protool 18V Drill on Special

    I purchased two of them at the time. I too have noticed that the speed switch seems harder to move now than when new. Mine are not at a problem stage yet .... perhaps lack of use.
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    As you are going custom made you can ask for...

    As you are going custom made you can ask for anything you want. The two that quoted used MDF for a number of reasons outlined by Derek and also to make it economical and be competitive with anybody...
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    Nothing better than having a cleared shed to get...

    Nothing better than having a cleared shed to get this work done. Looks like you are heading in the right direction.
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    There is a lot of negativity about Bunnies, but...

    There is a lot of negativity about Bunnies, but in my opinion they do a fairly good job overall.

    I can't recall a time where I went to Bunnies and found it was out of stock on a particular item -...
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    VICTORIA How about laying off the guy a bit. Plenty of...

    How about laying off the guy a bit. Plenty of advice because you donít seem to agree on what heís doing.

    Fair enough he wants to sell it off in one sale as it avoids plenty of work struggling with...
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    Despite times call for desperate measures :)

    Despite times call for desperate measures :)
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    Be sure to provide a review (including photos)...

    Be sure to provide a review (including photos) when you have had a play. Iím sure plenty will be interested.
  15. I wouldnít bother / risk experimenting with...

    I wouldnít bother / risk experimenting with anything other than lemon oil on the fret board. There is a reason why itís so common in the industry.

    The Dunlop one is about $15 with a handy...
  16. The rosewood fretboard would generally be treated...

    The rosewood fretboard would generally be treated with some lemon oil: https://youtu.be/W3WDZkOD9a4

    I applied some to my acoustic last weekend and it came up a treat.

    As for the neck, plenty of...
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    I would suspect that there would be a gap on the...

    I would suspect that there would be a gap on the outside of the box as the bottom of the finger (where it meets your hand) needs to reflect the angle you are trying to achieve.

    Iím not sure why I...
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    You are correct that the bit would need to extend...

    You are correct that the bit would need to extend further. I plan on using mine with a dado set on the table saw so the additional height would not be an issue.
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    Another Ibox question.

    Let us know how it goes. I would be inclined (pardon the pun) to try attaching an angled wedge to the underside of the runners that ride in the mitre gauge slots. This way there is no mucking around...
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    Whilst I have one .... I haven't use it yet so...

    Whilst I have one .... I haven't use it yet so perhaps that speaks to my expertise on the matter :q.

    It would seem that it is restricted to 90 deg joins in its typical setup. As the dado set or...
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    Love it .... I would be afraid that my kids would...

    Love it .... I would be afraid that my kids would eat the marshmallows and replace them with marbles.
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    Looks great. Unfortunately in my opinion when...

    Looks great.

    Unfortunately in my opinion when in position it seems to get a little lost in the recessed wall unit. The recessed unit isnít bad in itself but your good work is a little over...
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    Love them. Great job.

    Love them. Great job.
  24. I think this officially came out of Scott...

    I think this officially came out of Scott Morrison's office - same staffer that bought us "shoegate".
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    Well as somebody in Adelaide who has just ridden...

    Well as somebody in Adelaide who has just ridden home from work .... itís hot!

    https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20190124/73659b4754d8055a42c7e428afcdb626.jpg
  26. Thread: Faith

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    Sorry to hear Peter. Canít imagine the pain the...

    Sorry to hear Peter. Canít imagine the pain the family must be feeling. All the best.

    Michael
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    I have recently used the above mentioned Titebond...

    I have recently used the above mentioned Titebond for gluing engineered floorboards (plywood bottom) directly to the melamine face. So far holds well. I did try and scuff up the melamine face...
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    running an AC unit on solar only

    You are still going to need either a battery or a huge number of panels for running the ac directly anyway - especially if you are not home during the day as you will be trying to run the ac outside...
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    Can you elaborate why you are not keen on a grid...

    Can you elaborate why you are not keen on a grid connected solar system?

    I would suspect that you are going to require a decent sized system if you are planning to run the ac directly. The size...
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    I ended up going with pallet racking - which I...

    I ended up going with pallet racking - which I managed to pick up at a good rate as a book warehouse was closing down. The pallet racking (with a ply shelf) has the advantage of being able to store...
  31. If you donít have much to do .... by hand isnít...

    If you donít have much to do .... by hand isnít that difficult.

    If you have a lot, or do it often then search on Timbecon for ďQuad Edge TrimmerĒ. They are under $40 and trim both edges at the...
  32. If I had $65 spare cash I would save $20 and get...

    If I had $65 spare cash I would save $20 and get his Liquid chocolate maker ..... likely to be more useful in the shed :)
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    Thanks Junkie .... sorry for the slow reply. I...

    Thanks Junkie .... sorry for the slow reply. I was all systems go there for a while, progressing well until I was hit with the weekends of Christmas parties etc which has slowed things down again.
    ...
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    Yep .... been happening to me for a little while...

    Yep .... been happening to me for a little while now. First few times I was thinking it was my fat fingers but itís happening regularly enough for it to be a big.

    Interestingly I search by unread...
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    Spacing Drawer Fronts

    Hi Folks ....

    I am partially through a walk in robe project and have now come to making the drawers and would be interested in opinions on how best to approach it.

    At this stage I have the...
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    It might be worth sending an email to British...

    It might be worth sending an email to British Paints and asking the question. I have just had a quick look at their site and it doesn't mention that it is polishable. I used a Dulux spray the other...
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    With the onset of Summer, it is with some relief...

    With the onset of Summer, it is with some relief that I can bring this thread to a close. Movember finished up last Friday, with as promised, half mast day. After a month you do get used to a mo, but...
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    Well it seems that no sooner than we have grown...

    Well it seems that no sooner than we have grown somewhat comfortable with our mo's that tomorrow is the last day. Some of our team have become quite attached to the mo and are even considering...
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    Only one more week and one more photo shoot to go...

    Only one more week and one more photo shoot to go after today. The competition in the office is heating up.

    I had always hoped that I would look a little more sophisticated with facial hair .......
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    Sorry to hear the news Ray.

    Sorry to hear the news Ray.
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    Thanks Handy Jack .... very generous donation and...

    Thanks Handy Jack .... very generous donation and greatly appreciated.

    I was at our kids school fate today and it was encouraging to see a couple of other dads who have also gone all out for...
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    Coming along now ..... Public humiliation still...

    Coming along now ..... Public humiliation still remains and certainly looking forward to getting rid of it in the coming weeks.

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    Thanks Matt ... I really appreciate your support....

    Thanks Matt ... I really appreciate your support.
    May you constantly be lit with the good health torch :)
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    Stinky is doing Movember

    Hi Folks,

    November is not only my own anniversary of joining these forums (17th year), it is also well know as being Movember.

    This year a few brave souls in our office are taking part in...
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    GORE WARNING A like doesnít quite seem appropriate for a post...

    A like doesnít quite seem appropriate for a post like this but these posts certainly serve as a warning for us all. Best of luck with a speedy and hopefully full recovery.
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    DRAWN & CLAIMED I'm in

    I'm in
  47. You need to be mindful of the warranty .... 50...

    You need to be mindful of the warranty .... 50 years is all well and good but would typically only involve replacement of the product in boards if they fail.

    Very hard to get them to contribute...
  48. It would be a brilliant machine as it is, but I...

    It would be a brilliant machine as it is, but I agree the helical head will be the next level again.
  49. HEADS UP I would love to be there ..... we have even got a...

    I would love to be there ..... we have even got a house down at Port Elliot this weekend.

    Unfortunately itís for a family weekend getaway and the wife wasnít too keen on heading over to the show...
  50. Looks like a good buy. According to Carbatec...

    Looks like a good buy. According to Carbatec there is a 2 year warranty so if you can get a receipt from the seller you still have 1 year left. The blades can be resharped easily by a saw doctor. I...
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