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    DRAWN & CLAIMED I'm in

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    Thanks for posting that link. I wonder if it...

    Thanks for posting that link. I wonder if it would be possible to construct a similar jig in the "home workshop".
  4. Thread: Sad News

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    A great loss indeed. They seemed an extraordinary...

    A great loss indeed. They seemed an extraordinary couple whose love of life and passion for what they were doing will be missed by all.
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    CLAIMED Belated congratulations to the winners; and again...

    Belated congratulations to the winners; and again thanks to the two prize doners. Good to see that the prizes were claimed. A happy New Year to all.
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    CLAIMED Congratulations to the lucky winners. Thanks...

    Congratulations to the lucky winners. Thanks again Neil for putting up the prize. A happy Christmas and New Year to all.
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    CLAIMED I'm in.

    I'm in.
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    UNCLAIMED Thanks for again offering this prize ubeaut....

    Thanks for again offering this prize ubeaut. Hopefully this time it will be claimed. (I hope I am the one to claim it!).
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    UNCLAIMED Thanks Neil. A great prize, let's hope it is...

    Thanks Neil. A great prize, let's hope it is claimed this time.
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    UNCLAIMED Thanks ubeaut. I have my fingers crossed

    Thanks ubeaut. I have my fingers crossed
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    REGISTRATION CLOSED I'm in

    I'm in
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    Congratulations wolften, and many thanks to ubeaut.
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    CLAIMED Congratulations to Mulgabill and Wood hacker;...

    Congratulations to Mulgabill and Wood hacker; many thanks to the generous doners also.
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    Thank you Scottwc; that looks like exactly what I...

    Thank you Scottwc; that looks like exactly what I was looking for.:U
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    Thank you for the replies. I am really after the...

    Thank you for the replies. I am really after the outer vinyl covering. I'm sure it must be available somewhere.
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    Speaker box covering

    I don't know if this should be included under "upholstery" but I am trying to get some of the black covering used for guitar amps. I have only been able to find suppliers in the US, does anyone know...
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    The only thing I don't like about this post is...

    The only thing I don't like about this post is that it reminds me how inept I am in comparison! Fantastic work - well done !
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    Fantastic work and the story of the man behind it...

    Fantastic work and the story of the man behind it is inspirational. Thanks for posting this beer4all.
  20. Thread: Router Lifts

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    I notice that one of the projects in the current...

    I notice that one of the projects in the current edition of "Australian Woodsmith" is a router lift. It may be worth checking out, even if only to get some ideas.
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    Thanks for the advice fellas, unfortunately too...

    Thanks for the advice fellas, unfortunately too late.

    I couldn't find the templates on ebay this morning. Carba- Tec told me they wouldn't be getting any more.

    Now I have ordered a kit from...
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    Thanks for that Rayintheuk. I was persuaded to...

    Thanks for that Rayintheuk.

    I was persuaded to buy some nonstandard guides and a base plate. Unfortunately I did not check everything before I tried to use them. The chuck of the router touched...
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    Thanks for your reply Ekim. I have an idea...

    Thanks for your reply Ekim.

    I have an idea that Carba-Tec may be the only outlet for Triton tools at the moment. However I can use the email contact on this site to see what I can find out.

    Ian
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    Triton template guides

    I am interested in buying a set of Triton template guides for my router. Does anyone know where I can buy them? Carba-Tec in Melbourne don't have them.:no:
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    Please add my name to the list of those...

    Please add my name to the list of those interested in this DVD.
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    Thank you the replies. I am interested in...

    Thank you the replies.

    I am interested in using Tassie oak as my nearest supplier is 60 kms away. As far as I can work out anything more "exotic" means a trip to Melbourne which is 350 kms away....
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    Here for JillB are some pictures. The second...

    Here for JillB are some pictures. The second picture shows the type of body I am trying to build.
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    Is "Tassie Oak" suitable?

    I hope this will not be seen as a rather silly question.
    I am building a project, the body of a "woodie" car, that will be subjected to the weather occasionally. I have got hoop pine ply for the...
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    Boatcraft Pacific, (boatcraft.com.au) , may be...

    Boatcraft Pacific, (boatcraft.com.au) , may be worth a try
  30. Thread: Not a boat but

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    I was intending to use 12mm ply. I have read an...

    I was intending to use 12mm ply. I have read an account of a station wagon style vehicle being built with 9mm ply. Like this vehicle I will be using a metal frame covered with the ply and wood.
  31. Thread: Not a boat but

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    Not a boat but

    I am planning to build a woodie similar to the one in the picture that I have (hopefully) attached. I would like some advice as to whether I need to use marine plywood or not. As the vehicle will not...
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    Is this website any good to you ? Timber...

    Is this website any good to you ? Timber Suppliers
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    Thank you for pointing out that website Paulus. I...

    Thank you for pointing out that website Paulus. I have been looking for somewhere to buy marine ply "locally". When I am next in Melbourne I will check these people out.
    Ian:)
  34. Thread: Corrosion

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    Thank you for the replies; some good advice and a...

    Thank you for the replies; some good advice and a couple of products to try.
  35. Thread: Corrosion

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    Corrosion

    I have been "lurking in the background" on this forum for a long time; and have got a lot of really good information. Now I have decided to make my first post so I hope my question is not too...
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