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Enfield Guy
1st Oct 2014 07:26 AM
Replacement spiral cutter blades?
Note also that the cutters in some heads have a curved edge, some have a square edge. It is important that you get like for like. Most engineering supply shops can identify and supply. There is a... (388 views, 6 replies)
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Sumbloak
1st Oct 2014 07:24 AM
Tom Cat
I did a similar silly mistake when building my boat. Forgot to carry the rebated top of the sheer clamp through to the very ends of the boat (stopped it a centimetre or so short, where the notch into... (48,075 views, 249 replies)
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Repliconics
1st Oct 2014 07:11 AM
Steam Traction Engines
Their fantastic some wonderful work all round. :2tsup: I've got to make me one of those. Cheers Trev. (0 views, 1 replies)
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Repliconics
1st Oct 2014 07:04 AM
2/3 scale Indian Straight Four.
Your right mate I've dropped the ball on that one. :C But at least I'm honest I could have sprayed it in primer and said it was mahogany! :U Cheers mate Trev. (37,060 views, 821 replies)
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pmcgee
1st Oct 2014 07:04 AM
Shade house/Pergola
326924 326925 https://vimeo.com/107636889 https://vimeo.com/107636891 (618 views, 29 replies)
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Muchacho
1st Oct 2014 06:58 AM
Fired up the dusty
Hi Artme, Having a fan with a 14" impellor will form a good platform to build a serious extraction system. To get the best out of this I'd suggest running this with 150mm ducting and building... (98 views, 4 replies)
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gawdelpus
1st Oct 2014 06:57 AM
Abranet
I have used this stuff for a few years ,and it lasts well ,only used as sandpaper in all the grits up to 600 , the dust goes through the holes in the abranet and can be used wet if required ,good for... (132 views, 4 replies)
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Robson Valley
1st Oct 2014 06:54 AM
Candle Holder
Perhaps you already know that I enjoy carving things that I "see" in the wood. I see the joint of an elbow where the candles will be the radius and ulna bones. Very strong, just what I expect. I... (92 views, 3 replies)
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Michael G
1st Oct 2014 06:51 AM
What is the going rate for welding?
I can't tell you money but to make something like that I'd be putting aside the best part of a day (depending on how much cutting and mucking around was required) Talk to your welders before buying... (50 views, 1 replies)
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gawdelpus
1st Oct 2014 06:48 AM
Shaver and Stand
Whilst these are attractive and useful kits, you need to figure that they will be in harsh conditions (steam soap etc) so things like truestone, acrylic, horn and so on will be much more durable , my... (131 views, 1 replies)
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Michael G
1st Oct 2014 06:39 AM
whats the easiest way to weld aluminium?
Gazza, I don't think Karl is saying you can't use a knurled roller; he's saying you shouldn't. The Al is soft and so will take the imprint of the knurl. As a result it will be like dragging a file... (464 views, 12 replies)
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Marc
1st Oct 2014 06:38 AM
How to flatten bowed huon pine boards?
If I understand the OP correctly, the board is not cupped it is bent. Doing the water trick or sitting on wet ground with weight will not straighten the bend and will probably cup it. As others have... (174 views, 8 replies)
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simonl
1st Oct 2014 06:38 AM
Type A and Type B assets - Grays online
Ok tell me is it the place that has a sign saying "sintered alloys" I did a google street search trying to find a contact number so I could deal with them direct but the phone disconnected. Grays... (939 views, 36 replies)
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Michael G
1st Oct 2014 06:32 AM
Will there be another scraping class?
Ewan, I'd be more concerned about what he means by "that end of town":; Michael (15,258 views, 338 replies)
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Fuzzie
1st Oct 2014 06:29 AM
Set of 7 oval bolstered mortise chisels
Still no interest? How about $150? (308 views, 2 replies)
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tdrumnut
1st Oct 2014 06:01 AM
Some of my pens
Someones been busy, nice work (126 views, 2 replies)
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chook
1st Oct 2014 05:58 AM
Dovetail alignment jig
:) Now that is an idea I had not thought of. I have a little pull saw which is so thin it disappears when you look at it end on. Might try that. (435 views, 16 replies)
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apricotripper
1st Oct 2014 05:52 AM
Can you wash belt sander belts ?
thanks. (186 views, 10 replies)
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chuck1
1st Oct 2014 05:50 AM
Dish With A Plug
How will you let the water out now you have glued the plug in? (166 views, 2 replies)
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artme
1st Oct 2014 05:47 AM
Pallet plant stand/table
A handy item indeed. Well done!!!:2tsup::2tsup ::2tsup: (138 views, 2 replies)