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    Edgebander or not?

    Hi folks, and thank you to anyone who can offer some insight here!

    I'm looking medium term into the future here, as I'm collecting equipment that will allow us to rebuild a kitchen, and a number...
  2. If you want to see what the show was like, Dave...

    If you want to see what the show was like, Dave Stanton did his usual 1hr YouTube videocast live from the show on Sunday morning, and went walkabout during it:...
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    Please don't quote me on this, I don't have...

    Please don't quote me on this, I don't have experience/evidence to back this up, but I think I have read somewhere the German variant is Juuma, as seen here:...
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    QUEENSLAND If there are still any left, I would also like...

    If there are still any left, I would also like one.

    I'll let this sit for the day, and won't bombard with a PM as well, if the OP could let us know who has got and who has missed out, PM will...
  5. Well, I own 2 of the black corner squares:...

    Well, I own 2 of the black corner squares: https://www.carbatec.com.au/rockler-clamp-it-assembly-square and to match with that I own 4 of the clamps that go with it:...
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    The one aspect of the show that I regret is the...

    The one aspect of the show that I regret is the fact that you guys are always there with pieces I would buy in an instant - the problem is there is no trailer parking at the event that I know of, and...
  7. I use these myself, and they used to be available...

    I use these myself, and they used to be available as a kit, and it used this square: https://www.carbatec.com.au/rockler-clamp-it-assembly-square (slightly different to the one in your link) with a...
  8. I had the pleasure of stopping by these displays...

    I had the pleasure of stopping by these displays today, and was lucky enough to have a chat with a few of the creators.

    Their work was nothing short of superb, and it was a pleasure and honour to...
  9. Thanks Groeneaj, those do look good! I had...

    Thanks Groeneaj, those do look good! I had looked at some Birch from another Sydney supplier, their price is around $200 ex for a sheet, and it's pretty much equivalent to the B/BB sheet you show in...
  10. I'd be most keen to hear about these - those are...

    I'd be most keen to hear about these - those are some pretty keen prices for Birch ply, and I've seen them only on their website so far.

    I have seen, and bought, some of their Okume (used to be...
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    There's a different way of looking at this. A...

    There's a different way of looking at this.

    A table saw with the quality of a Saw Stop (I'm talking, say, the PCS here) is at least worth $2500-$3000 without any safety built in.

    Couple that...
  12. US to OZ - Shipping to Australia...

    US to OZ - Shipping to Australia (or any other freight forwarder).

    Might add a little to the price, but suddenly removes an awful roadblock ;)
  13. NEW For this application, you don't actually need...

    For this application, you don't actually need Camellia oil - any rust deterrent will do, as you won't have timber coming into contact with the deterrent there.

    I just happen to like Camellia oil...
  14. WEST AUST If that sale falls through on the threader, I...

    If that sale falls through on the threader, I would be keen to find out what is included in the kit myself, with a view to purchasing if it matches needs.
  15. NEW As a question, is your cover made from a...

    As a question, is your cover made from a watertight material (e.g. PVC sheet)? If so, this may actually trap moisture underneath it and promote rust.

    I tend to use cotton sheets as covers for...
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    Here's some enjoyment for anyone that hasn't seen...

    Here's some enjoyment for anyone that hasn't seen the "real deal" :)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CUjat1JA_rw

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cTUOhYcw4ZY
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    I'd be curious to hear what you come up with. ...

    I'd be curious to hear what you come up with. For wall lining, I tend to find it worth heading down to Sydney, trailer in tow, and pick up the Okume plywood from Trademaster. Similarly, I've yet to...
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    Like Xfigio above, I subscribe to Fine...

    Like Xfigio above, I subscribe to Fine Woodworking. I purposely subscribed to the print edition, ironically for the same reason Xfigio gives, as I spend most of my day in front of a computer, and...
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    Ben, you're thinking through the same process I'm...

    Ben, you're thinking through the same process I'm thinking through. And it's uncanny how many of our ideas marry up.

    Like you, I have too much to put into the allotted space, so have been advised...
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    Thanks for the input :) I did a LOT of...

    Thanks for the input :)

    I did a LOT of research on this before buying, though to be fair, metric dovetail bits were not on my radar - thanks for pointing that out!

    In terms of the Imperial vs...
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    Whilst I can't help answer your attachment...

    Whilst I can't help answer your attachment question, I would have to say that thinking about the weight of marble - even though we don't know how thick or the size of it - it worries me hearing...
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    I don't know how fiddly this will be, nor...

    I don't know how fiddly this will be, nor practical - a photo would work wonders here - but how about to T Track mounted on the removable piece, and then on each of the fixed sections, have some T...
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    No, I bought TS-LS Joinery System...

    No, I bought TS-LS Joinery System (https://www.incra.com/table_saw_fences-tsls_joinery.html) for the Saw Stop PCS, and added a router table and lift to the right side.
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    As someone who is looking to buy one soon, I...

    As someone who is looking to buy one soon, I found and saved away the link to the Timbecon metric Dado stack.

    Why?

    My entire setup has intentionally been done in metric - metric Incra setup,...
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    Disclaimer: I haven't actually had to do this...

    Disclaimer: I haven't actually had to do this yet, but I did save off a video about how to do it for when that time comes about: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qSJ-FsQQz8k
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    It's a matter of terminology. We call them...

    It's a matter of terminology.

    We call them thicknessers, Americans call them planers.

    They're both the same device, and work in the same way.

    Only comment I will make Tonto, is that those...
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    I was given a Sysrock BR10 (essentially, the...

    I was given a Sysrock BR10 (essentially, the Festool job site radio) as a bonus when I bought my extractor and track saw. It packs a decent punch! It has 3.5mm in for later, when I hook up a PC in...
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    A.C.T.Swap You've a few places to choose from. The place...

    You've a few places to choose from.

    The place in Mittagong people mention above I think was called "The Woodage" and had a website solidtimbertops | By The Woodage That now redirects to...
  29. DONE: A very kind offer, thank you for your generosity!...

    A very kind offer, thank you for your generosity!

    I will pass on this for myself, as I'm not in a position to actually use any of this for some time yet, I am sure there will be many others who...
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    Cannot directly comment on either form personal experience, other than to say I've not come across Baumr before, but the Swarts unit is highly regarded in these forums:...
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    N.S.W. Hi :) I believe you needed this moved quickly......

    Hi :) I believe you needed this moved quickly...

    Any further info on this timber and the sale?
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    My mitre saw, drill, driver, hammer, and...

    My mitre saw, drill, driver, hammer, and associated other tools - we're framing the inside of the shed for a total refit: http://www.woodworkforums.com/f245/midnights-shed-227484

    Everything else...
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    N.S.W. PM Sent :)

    PM Sent :)
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    N.S.W. If that falls through and you're looking for a...

    If that falls through and you're looking for a buyer, I'd be keen on taking these.
  35. Absolutely awesome, thank you for taking the time...

    Absolutely awesome, thank you for taking the time to do that! :)
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    Also a big welcome :) And, whilst I sadly...

    Also a big welcome :)

    And, whilst I sadly cannot assist in providing any information on Transpower, I would like to ask what your process is to go from the badly flaked and spot rusted metal to...
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    Also watching this thread with interest, and keen...

    Also watching this thread with interest, and keen to find out recommendations as well, especially given the above information :)
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    Here is what the forumgoers thought of these in...

    Here is what the forumgoers thought of these in July 2018 (I recalled this thread, but a search did not reveal it!)

    http://www.woodworkforums.com/f58/omg-domino-tenon-222393

    Looking at a few...
  39. kin-gr8, whilst I don't have a need for any of...

    kin-gr8, whilst I don't have a need for any of these myself, I wonder whether there is an opportunity to upload them to the library here? I note there is already a thread there covering this model,...
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    Two things stand out to me on anythingoverseas...

    Two things stand out to me on anythingoverseas lights...

    Australian approval - if your shed burns down, bet your cookies the insurance company will do everything it can to wiggle out of the claim,...
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    These come with an unearthed (2 core) cable hard...

    These come with an unearthed (2 core) cable hard wired into the light. They run directly off 240V, but they are intended and designed to be installed by an electrician.

    I can see no harm in...
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    I am working on exactly the same question for...

    I am working on exactly the same question for myself.

    One thing is for sure, there is no way I would be looking at fluro anything today - for my mind, it's LED or nothing.

    A number of folk here...
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    Please click the links 5 posts up from yours......

    Please click the links 5 posts up from yours... http://www.woodworkforums.com/f154/durden-junior-joiner-manual-available-110162#post1953996
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    Please note this is my personal opinion only. ...

    Please note this is my personal opinion only. Were I in your shoes, talking about a kid, and their health, versus paying for some new and safer material, I don't think I'd be taking a chance.
    ...
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    TSO Products - Dog Stop

    Not sure if many others are subscribed to the mailing list at TSO, but they've come out with a new product offering that landed in my email.

    I thought putting this in the Festool section was most...
  46. Thread: Nails

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    Speaking of nails, I ran across this some time...

    Speaking of nails, I ran across this some time ago.

    The last cut nail factory in the US is still producing nails, and these might be appropriate for traditional period pieces or restoration work:...
  47. Thread: Nails

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    I was always told use a nail where the stress is...

    I was always told use a nail where the stress is of a shearing type, and a screw where the stress is a pulling type.

    That's what I've been told, long time ago now, and I believe it has to do with...
  48. Chris, if you have a link/details on this...

    Chris, if you have a link/details on this alternative, would you mind sharing please?

    I was literally just about to order an AUK router...
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    Thank you Bob! Goes to show what happens when...

    Thank you Bob! Goes to show what happens when you go from memory (I failed to look it up). Sorry for the red-herring everyone!
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    VICTORIA I'd like to put my paw in the air for this. ...

    I'd like to put my paw in the air for this.

    Will send a PM to arrange details, with many thanks!
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