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  1. Oh no. A vacuum cleaner on reverse might shift...

    Oh no. A vacuum cleaner on reverse might shift most of the dust to more accessible areas. Can come and help clean tomorrow.
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    FREE ANYWHERE: I'll grab them. Assuming you're back.

    I'll grab them. Assuming you're back.
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    A photo would help Michael

    A photo would help Michael
  4. Looking good :2tsup:

    Looking good :2tsup:
  5. :2tsup:

    :2tsup:
  6. Have you got the blade all the way up? ...

    Have you got the blade all the way up?

    https://www.manualslib.com/manual/878618/Dewalt-Dwe7499.html?page=7#manual
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    Any Incra positioner will do the same thing. It's...

    Any Incra positioner will do the same thing. It's just a precise way to set a fence
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    Yes and fingerprint scanners and PIN numbers and...

    Yes and fingerprint scanners and PIN numbers and secret codes and facial recognition but everybody just turns them off because they are a PITA
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    Just download it from the website. POWTRAN...

    Just download it from the website.
    POWTRAN Technology

    Edit: PI500 is there. PI150 is not yet available.
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    That makes sense. A 1" tyre would compress enough...

    That makes sense. A 1" tyre would compress enough in the 15/16 channel to fit snuggly with no possibility of movement.
    If you don't want to go to the expense of buying 1" tyres you could try glueing...
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    They appear to be the wrong size tyre. Tyre...

    They appear to be the wrong size tyre. Tyre should span the recess in the wheel.
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    He says it is an incremental positioner but not...

    He says it is an incremental positioner but not an Incra branded one. Appears to be Tru-Center branded.
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    Think the question was directed at Mr Flett for...

    Think the question was directed at Mr Flett for his single page explanation of VFD operations.
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    New members posts have to be approved by a mod...

    New members posts have to be approved by a mod until you prove you are not a spammer, hacker or whatever. I think you have to have 5 posts before you no longer need approval.
    The same with attaching...
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    That is awesome Vann. I love clever design no...

    That is awesome Vann. I love clever design no matter what it is in.
    Someone, many years ago, spent a lot of time refining these mechanisms.
  16. Thread: Surprise!

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    Another thing the bowyers do with two rigid...

    Another thing the bowyers do with two rigid formers is to insert a length of layflat hose on top of the laminations and then inflate it once the formers are in place. Applies even pressure over the...
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    Let us know if you need help with the mesh and...

    Let us know if you need help with the mesh and silk.
    Our interior decorating skills are legendary.
  18. What a great pickup Mike. Please do a full...

    What a great pickup Mike. Please do a full restoration, it looks like a fantastic machine. If you take the switch or speed control plates off you should be able to see the original colour.
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    The disc is just a faceplate that slides over the...

    The disc is just a faceplate that slides over the other end of the shaft. Wouldn't be hard to make as long as you could weld square.
    The disc table on mine is home made(not by me) but seems to work...
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    Here's the promised photos. A piece of heavy...

    Here's the promised photos.
    A piece of heavy angle iron with a shim under the bolts would work ok.
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    I've recently acquired something very similar if...

    I've recently acquired something very similar if not identical. I will post some pics when I get home tomorrow.
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    I have two of a very similar vintage. 1", 10 tpi.

    I have two of a very similar vintage. 1", 10 tpi.
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    Being a complete nitwit puts you above a large...

    Being a complete nitwit puts you above a large proportion on here. Prepare to shine.
    And welcome.
  24. Why do you have to remove material? I would look...

    Why do you have to remove material? I would look at removing the plywood panels and reinforcing the beams on the inside.
    Why do you need to rebuild the support? They look sound.
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    No way....cutting edge technology :U

    No way....cutting edge technology :U
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    Whoa...that is old.

    Whoa...that is old.
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    A longer hose doesn't mean less pressure. With no...

    A longer hose doesn't mean less pressure. With no leaks the pressure is the same in the whole system but the hose acts as additional reservoir so your cycle time will be longer. A 30m 1/2" hose is...
  28. They look like a generic trunion. I got spares...

    They look like a generic trunion. I got spares for a Taiwanese bandsaw, quite a few years ago, from Carbatec I think or maybe Total Tools or Gasweld.
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    Wow. 19 years between posts. That's got to be a...

    Wow. 19 years between posts. That's got to be a record.
  30. You would need to take them to a motor rewinder...

    You would need to take them to a motor rewinder to bring the star point out to the terminal box so they can be connected in Delta.
    Neither of them can be run at 240V delta at the moment.
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    We all love a good bench build. With lots of...

    We all love a good bench build. With lots of photos :U Work out where your vices are going to go and design accordingly. Also allow for holdfasts. Easily the most used holding option on my benches....
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    SBS on demand has always been dodgy for me. On a...

    SBS on demand has always been dodgy for me. On a number of devices. I reckon it works about 20% of the time.
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    Thanks Graham. Everything looks identical with...

    Thanks Graham.
    Everything looks identical with the exception of the opening in the table top and the insert. Although my table says 1952 (which falls within the dates on the diagram) it has a longer...
  34. That's the stuff Denim linked to. I haven't used...

    That's the stuff Denim linked to. I haven't used it but it looks pretty good to me. 3L is only $80ish
  35. Do a search for Polyester Casting resin

    Do a search for Polyester Casting resin
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    The voltage rating on a capacitor is the maximum...

    The voltage rating on a capacitor is the maximum voltage that it can operate at. It should be at or above the supply voltage. Keep the capacitance value as close as possible to the original. That is...
  37. A photo in another thread shows a DOL setup. You...

    A photo in another thread shows a DOL setup.
    You should just install a proper Star/Delta starter. In your drawing the motor is trying to start on delta before you hit the start button.
    If you have...
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    Not that I have noticed and I have run it for...

    Not that I have noticed and I have run it for fairly long periods while cutting threads on the Beall thread cutter.
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    The Ryobi lunchbox thicknessers have a similar...

    The Ryobi lunchbox thicknessers have a similar setting jig. Comes with them when purchased new.
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    I have a set of the first ones if you want to...

    I have a set of the first ones if you want to give them a go.
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    Quick Router Table

    Knocked up a quick router table today.
    The old bench top I picked up locally. Someone had put it out on the nature strip with a "Free" sign attached.

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    Dusted off the Unilift and...
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    I may be the odd one out here but I would put the...

    I may be the odd one out here but I would put the dado capability fairly high on the list. Setting up can be a bit fiddly but a few test cuts gets it sorted. Are you in that much of a hurry that you...
  43. There is no message Chris. It's just a computer...

    There is no message Chris. It's just a computer trying millions of numbers to see which ones ring and so are a valid number. The list of the ones that are valid is sold to a telemarketing company....
  44. Short calls are an autodialler testing for a...

    Short calls are an autodialler testing for a valid number. If the sequential number it dialled rings, the number is valid and it is added to a list to be sold to telemarketers/scammers. They only...
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    I like the idea as I'm interested in a number of...

    I like the idea as I'm interested in a number of those things. I think we will still see the woodworking equipment companies as there is a very good chance that there will be many more people than at...
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    You can get them from Carbatec. I haven't heard...

    You can get them from Carbatec. I haven't heard of anybody using them though. $545 each and $585 for the coarse one. A bit expensive to have a play with. Plus $149 for the tool mount thingy
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    He should make up his mind.......he appears to be...

    He should make up his mind.......he appears to be on the fence :D
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    Thanks Peter, I love hand filing hardened steel...

    Thanks Peter,
    I love hand filing hardened steel as much as the next bloke but I think I will grab a bit of 3/16" from McJings :U
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    Hi Trevor, you are 11 years too late think. I'm...

    Hi Trevor,
    you are 11 years too late think. I'm guessing Bob's got it sorted by now.
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    Yes it was just awful. As the photos below will...

    Yes it was just awful. As the photos below will attest
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    First one is our magnificent vessel. Anchored in a small bay for the first night. (because we couldn't find an...
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