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Marc
26th Oct 2014 05:51 AM
Makita 18v Li-ion - what's a good non-OEM replacement
Lots of interest in batteries, not surprising. I have a Makita set, bought 4 years ago with 3 batteries, some "anniversary" edition of sort, and it is still going strong as new. I have since bought... (13,558 views, 72 replies)
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Marc
26th Oct 2014 05:26 AM
Fein Multimaster cordless
http://www.fein.com.au/en_au/oscillating/multimaster/battery-powered-fein-multimaster-0297163/ Seen one of this tools in a cash convertor. It appears to be new, has his case and all the goodies in... (16 views, 0 replies)
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DoctorBobski
26th Oct 2014 04:49 AM
Another which jointer thread
I don't have any comment on DT versus parrellelogram as I have only used a DT. Parrallelogram are supposed to be easier to adjust especially if you frequently change depth of cut. I'm assuming you... (191 views, 2 replies)
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Christos
26th Oct 2014 01:34 AM
Melbourne T&WWW Show - FORUM STAND 2014
Wow. Some great photos there. How about some of the forum members who volunteered give some feedback. (7,517 views, 88 replies)
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lewisc
26th Oct 2014 01:17 AM
Toy Plane
Just finished a Jarrah/Tas Oak plane. It's about twice as heavy as the pine!329104329105 (232 views, 5 replies)
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issatree
26th Oct 2014 12:50 AM
Have Sorby chisels deteriorated lately?
Hi All, I'm a bit with pommyphil, I wood have approx. 11 pieces of McJing HSS Tools, mainly what I've turned the Steel into. Mainly Flat Steel, 1 round. My main Tools are by P&N, & personally, I... (355 views, 6 replies)
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Evanism
26th Oct 2014 12:32 AM
CA ills
CA is the contact allergen of the year for 2012. http://dermnetnz.org/dermatitis/acrylate-allergy.html You need to work out a way to avoid fumes and dust at all costs. (100 views, 2 replies)
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Evanism
26th Oct 2014 12:29 AM
Items Delivered To The Wrong Address
In the cases where a previous RTS return is ignored and another spam comes in, I get a cardboard box from the recycling, put two old house bricks in it and tape it closed with the latter taped to the... (439 views, 12 replies)
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Hermit
25th Oct 2014 11:53 PM
Questions about Vicmarc grinding jig
Hello Robin, I have a VicMarc jig. Been using it for a few months, but only on bowl gouges so far. I just quickly checked mine out to answer your questions: 1. The arm pulls back to almost... (122 views, 1 replies)
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Rip it up
25th Oct 2014 11:48 PM
New Shed build
Any updates on this shed. Damo's dodgy boat building factory. (7,943 views, 99 replies)
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Alan Cohen
25th Oct 2014 11:17 PM
Coming soon: An addition to the Northeastern GIS herd.
Yep, my ply has arrived. This Bruynzeel stuff is nice. I picked through some other Okoume ply at a local supplier, but passed. I'm glad I did. The Bruynzeel netted out to $15/sheet more, but with all... (934 views, 44 replies)
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Perfect Pens
25th Oct 2014 10:55 PM
New Products in Stock Now !!
Hi All, In stock now !! the new Lock N Load Bolt Action Bullet Pen Kit. Nice low profile and positive locking bolt, Rifle clip has the barrell of the rifle up and the stock down giving it a... (351 views, 4 replies)
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BobL
25th Oct 2014 10:43 PM
So What Did You Weld Today?
Mine was almost as simple as they come. 4 pieces of 40 x 40 x 3 mm angle iron to make a 420 x 220 mm frame to attach a blower to. It came out reasonably square a flat too - I was quite happy about... (92 views, 2 replies)
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toye
25th Oct 2014 10:37 PM
hot melt edge bander help
I can buy a pre glued edge bander hebrock .... But I use polytec products mainly and paper edge is few and far between ! I've just gone on my own in the last few months and before that I worked for a... (98 views, 2 replies)
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Maxi77
25th Oct 2014 10:32 PM
Where did this come from?(lathe)
Having a dumb moment I would say. At least the lathes all good so I'm happy. The job can go on. Too much going on in my head and trying to cram a few hours in the garage:-) (126 views, 4 replies)
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Perfect Pens
25th Oct 2014 10:32 PM
Laser Engraving Cutting Service
Hi, Some Sierra pen blanks hot off the laser :2tsup: We are making available a range of blank designs to suit the Sierra pen kits. They are all shaped and finished ready to assemble straight onto... (5,388 views, 23 replies)
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Perfect Pens
25th Oct 2014 10:15 PM
Sierra Stylin'
Hi Steve, Welcome to the forums :2tsup:I'm sure you are going to find the forums very interesting and a wealth of knowledge, like wise with some of the work I have seen you do I'm sure you will... (177 views, 6 replies)
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janvanruth
25th Oct 2014 10:04 PM
Affordable ways to visit australia ?
Hi thanks for the info. I was aware that australia is vast and distances are on a scale different than we are used to here. But that's what makes it different and exciting... I would love... (686 views, 29 replies)
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Repliconics
25th Oct 2014 10:04 PM
2/3 scale Indian Straight Four.
It's been so hot here over the last couple of days that the gold pinstripe had dried enough late this afternoon. So I got stuck straight in to the Indian script. ... (41,368 views, 905 replies)
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chook
25th Oct 2014 09:47 PM
Portable spiral cutter Thicknessers
I have had the Carbatec thicknesser for about 18 months. It cuts just fine and leaves a better surface than the older thicknessers I had with long straight knives. It is portable and as such I only... (395 views, 11 replies)