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    It is. Conventional wisdom says that pretty much...

    It is. Conventional wisdom says that pretty much anything that is a non-oil finish needs to be repaired over the entire surface. In the case of a large deck like yours it might be worth experimenting...
  2. Does that come with a stupid hat?

    Does that come with a stupid hat?
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    The "X" is called a Butterfly, and is just a...

    The "X" is called a Butterfly, and is just a piece of very strong timber placed perpendicular to the grain of the main timber to prevent the crack getting wider. (splits only usually occur along the...
  4. Raw volume is Pi*r²*h where r is the average...

    Raw volume is Pi*r²*h where r is the average radius and h is the length of the log. What you actually get out of that as usable timber will be somewhat less.
  5. Thread: Rasp ID

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    Definitely hand stitched, but looks too fine to...

    Definitely hand stitched, but looks too fine to be a #5 - more like a #9. It's not a Liogier, and I don't recall that Auriou used that logo (but I'm not as familiar with them as Liogier).

    I seem...
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    Presumably that q is directed at McJings. The...

    Presumably that q is directed at McJings. The last thread in this forum ran for 3 years, finished 3 years ago, and had no responses from McJing.

    I suspect a phone call might be a better option....
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    Why so rough?

    Why so rough?
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    I would think that you could, but try it out to...

    I would think that you could, but try it out to see. It'll cost you in blades or scissors though.
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    To me, that looks like a glued up panel of fence...

    To me, that looks like a glued up panel of fence palings from different species. I've seen a few of them in my time :;

    It being from Sydney they are probably just good ole Norfcoast Hardwood...
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    Boutique Timbers at Rolland Plains, near Port...

    Boutique Timbers at Rolland Plains, near Port Macquarie. They more or less specialise in Camphor. Greg Ward is a member here, so you could send him a PM. (they were at the show with lots of CL as I...
  11. Yes, but for workshop cabinets quick and accurate...

    Yes, but for workshop cabinets quick and accurate is the go. Hard to beat four walls screwed and glued in perhaps 10 minutes for assembly (after cutting) when you want to pump out a few of them.
  12. :roflmao2: I think we can be safe in the...

    :roflmao2: I think we can be safe in the knowledge that Woodpeckers aren't knocking off the Chinese! Agreed that there is nothing new in the design, but curious that the other items are also from the...
  13. They are a knockoff of the Woodpeckers jobbies...

    They are a knockoff of the Woodpeckers jobbies that I have, but at a much more sensible price. Looking down the bottom of that page, it looks like they specialise in all sorts of Woodpeckers...
  14. Ah goodo - missed that bit. That would mean...

    Ah goodo - missed that bit. That would mean slightly different pressure on the two boards, but I doubt that's of any importance.
  15. They look good Dave. I made my own version of...

    They look good Dave. I made my own version of those out of Ironbark some years ago. I sold them when I bought the Woodpeckers phenolic version of them....and found them to be unbelievably frustrating...
  16. Ok then, I'll swim against the tide of replies....

    Ok then, I'll swim against the tide of replies. :D

    I think four of the jig sets that Bern has linked to will be an invaluable asset in his shop. I know it's $308 for the set of four, but his...
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    N.S.W. Andy, why can't you use that in the workshop?

    Andy, why can't you use that in the workshop?
  18. I presume you mean this machine...

    I presume you mean this machine, currently $650 with HSS cutters, and an option of 3x $99 for Carbide cutters. That means you have to buy the original HSS cutters as well (which they want $69 per 10...
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    I'd use this one...

    I'd use this one or this one.
    Quicker, quiet and dustless. :;
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    I use a Woodpeckers 600mm Try Square to align the...

    I use a Woodpeckers 600mm Try Square to align the track perpendicular to the leading or trailing edge. Very accurate indeed. Pretty quick too actually.
  21. Yes, but I didn't really see them - they were for...

    Yes, but I didn't really see them - they were for Andy, who is going to take some pics I think.
  22. Not really, and not sure what postformed is. What...

    Not really, and not sure what postformed is. What I saw was pieces of 35-40mm chipboard with a plastic coating (some with patterns) that had a square edge where the front edge was rounded over with a...
  23. Yes, Trademaster asked us if we wanted cuts....

    Yes, Trademaster asked us if we wanted cuts. Dunno what they charge for them, but maybe $2 per cut?. Even if you got them cut oversize but to fit in the car/trailer and trim later (if you weren't...
  24. Bern, I went to Trademaster in Granville...

    Bern, I went to Trademaster in Granville yesterday with NCArcher. What I'm about to say will depend on if you can borrow/hire a trailer (and if you have a towbar), or if you can borrow/hire a van...
  25. Stop in and check mine with some cuts Mick. I...

    Stop in and check mine with some cuts Mick.

    I wouldn't give it anything like 90%, but it is regarded as better than most, as far as I can tell. I've not had another to be able to compare it to.
    ...
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    So you're experienced, researched up, but you...

    So you're experienced, researched up, but you need advice.....¿que?




    Oh dear, a simple Google search of the forumname is very revealing. The first 3 pages show hits for:
    woodworkforums...
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    Agreed Bob, but...Not going to happen while YT is...

    Agreed Bob, but...Not going to happen while YT is making money out of it. Apart from that, I seriously doubt there are any DE experts on YT staff (or experts in the topics of any of the other...
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    What about a very novel idea then - buy a better...

    What about a very novel idea then - buy a better Shop Vac? Just a thought...although a video of you researching, purchasing and installing a good quality SV may not be too appealing on Youtube.

    ...
  29. I can't see that. Edit: yes I can, I was...

    I can't see that.

    Edit: yes I can, I was looking at the front page, not who's online.
  30. So it would appear that the invisibility is...

    So it would appear that the invisibility is broken...I mean if you can see them (us) they ain't invisible....
  31. I think somebody posted #7 after Kuffy, but I...

    I think somebody posted #7 after Kuffy, but I can't see it.
  32. Furthermore, Kuffy is listed with * as having...

    Furthermore, Kuffy is listed with * as having read this thread :;

    Stinky isn't listed as having read the thread either, so he must invisible?
  33. No. There are people I've never even heard of...

    No. There are people I've never even heard of with a *.



    No again. One user has only recently (today, to my knowledge) come out of invisible mode because I can suddenly see that he has read...
  34. What does a * or a + next to a forum name mean?

    Here's a snap of the forum members online just a few moments ago.

    455697

    I've often noticed that just a very few members have + next to their name, and in that snap there is crowie+. (mapleman...
  35. Indeed, but that statement assumes the mind is...

    Indeed, but that statement assumes the mind is nimble to begin with, eh Tonto?

    For the non-Spanish speakers.
  36. All good! I'll check that out, but I've just...

    All good! I'll check that out, but I've just realised your local time there. Crikey, I guess you're allowed to be terse and in need of coffee at 5.20am!
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    :roflmao2: :D But where does the bleedin' car...

    :roflmao2: :D

    But where does the bleedin' car go now?

    And the existing cupboards....

    And the bench at the back....


    With the breast fed baby-poo coloured shapes, you may find some...
  38. Yeah! Now that makes sense but is devilish hard...

    Yeah! Now that makes sense but is devilish hard to see for the first time. The key seems to be looking for something that fits "c4 and c9 each have only two cells with 7." and following through from...
  39. That's what I'm not getting Ken. You can't be...

    That's what I'm not getting Ken. You can't be talking about within that middle top 3x3 matrix, because within that all the possible combinations work (ignoring the 12 pair, and just looking at 478 48...
  40. Yes I think I probably only need one more number...

    Yes I think I probably only need one more number confirmed and it will fall into place, but proving that one number is the issue.
  41. Good job Feckit, but that actually tells me nowt...

    Good job Feckit, but that actually tells me nowt - I can get the website to fill that it if I want.

    Do I presume that you got to the same stage as I did? If so, how did you proceed from there?
  42. Sudoku puzzle - cannot get this one out

    I usually do at least one puzzle per day at TheSudoku.com

    I have studied as many techniques as I can wrap my head around on various websites, but things like Swordfish escape me. Many times such...
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    Btw, for Excel planning I have found it very...

    Btw, for Excel planning I have found it very useful to organise the grid into scaled 100mm squares (refer my layout). This makes it really easy to quickly and accurately move the shapes around using...
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    Yairs, I had a look at the pics in the Bench sale...

    Yairs, I had a look at the pics in the Bench sale thread to see if I could work out what was what.

    As you say, a lot of stuff. :D
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    Eh? Do you mean the grey or the clear? If grey...

    Eh? Do you mean the grey or the clear? If grey it's only a 1m length, and the rest is general purpose which is routed through the 65mm hard tube ducting system. If you mean the clear 125mm then I...
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    Ok, looking at that layout, and assuming...

    Ok, looking at that layout, and assuming everything is up for grabs in the pursuit of the noble wood arts, I'd be inclined to ditch the current cupboards on the right and push the car over that way....
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    And therein lies the problem MM, which what I...

    And therein lies the problem MM, which what I suspect Bern is finding out - once you start doing it, things need to change once you've used them for a while, and there is absolutely no way around...
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    What we need to stop doing is trying to make this...

    What we need to stop doing is trying to make this country do what it can't. We need to think more like Black Fella and work with the country, not against it. The interior has lots of sunlight. Let's...
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    That geographic position is what has kept us safe...

    That geographic position is what has kept us safe from invasion for what, 105 years? Black Fella would have a different and justifiable view of course. (I loved that meme about "Got a problem with...
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    Well it certainly has to help, particularly power...

    Well it certainly has to help, particularly power intensive industries like steel milling etc. Maybe not cheap initially but renewables will be cheaper in the long run for industry, and that's what...
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