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    Quote Originally Posted by FenceFurniture View Post
    I knew there was a reason for those morse taper inserts - just never could figure out what......
    Brett, those non-slip shafts and morse taper inserts are way better than I thought they would be. It's a really great system. I'm glad I got them.

    The job would have been much harder without them.
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    I've used the extensions extensively (?) but they can be damned hard to get apart when finished. Maybe I should wax the connection.
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    The weather today in melbourne was not conducive to Shed Time.

    The temperature stayed in single figures and the wind was such that it would blow a bitch off heat. It was uncomfortable to staying the shed for any length of time.

    I got a bit of cleaning up done and found some tools needed for the next stage and thought through the best way to do some of the next jobs coming up.

    Tomorrow I am going to Wooddust Timber & Tool Marketplace | Wood Dust so not likely to get to the shed and the weather is expected to be worse then today so I guess Wooddust gives me a way to have a productive day.

    I will get back to the workbench when the weather allows
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    Quote Originally Posted by doug3030 View Post
    The weather today in melbourne was not conducive to Shed Time.
    Same here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FenceFurniture View Post
    Same here.

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    Aaaaagh!

    It's white! That's the sort of weather you have to do a quick count to see if they have both dropped off.

    It should provoke a chorus of "Brass Monkey Weather," which, as I'm sure you know, has nothing to do with male genitalia, but rather ironically much to do with a whole load of balls.

    Shiver your timbers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bushmiller View Post
    Aaaaagh!

    It's white! That's the sort of weather you have to do a quick count to see if they have both dropped off.

    It should provoke a chorus of "Brass Monkey Weather," which, as I'm sure you know, has nothing to do with male genitalia, but rather ironically much to do with a whole load of balls.

    Shiver your timbers.

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    The Bench is looking fantastic Doug keep up the cold work.

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    Doug

    I missed the initial posts on this thread and have only picked up on it since your move and subsequent return to bench building.

    I do love a good bench build so looking forward to the developments once the weather is warm enough to flex your fingers again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bushmiller View Post
    I do love a good bench build so looking forward to the developments once the weather is warm enough to flex your fingers again.
    Thanks Paul,

    I just got back from Wooddust and had some lunch, the temperature is still a bit low but the wind has dropped which might make the shed habitable if I burn enough electrons. Two heaters runing now. I just might be able to do a bit this afternoon.
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    What is that white stuff you have decorated your backyard with Brett? Looks like it would be a good insulator on the shed roof.

    Alan...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uncle Al View Post
    What is that white stuff you have decorated your backyard with Brett? Looks like it would be a good insulator on the shed roof.

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    Artificial snow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by doug3030 View Post
    the temperature is still a bit low but the wind has dropped which might make the shed habitable if I burn enough electrons. Two heaters runing now. I just might be able to do a bit this afternoon.
    4000 watts of heating running for 3 hours got the shed up to 12 degrees. I'm staying in the house where its a nice 21 degrees.

    The bench can wait for another day
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    Quote Originally Posted by FenceFurniture View Post
    Artificial snow.
    Bunkum Brett,
    That’s real cool wet stuff from the sky;
    YES, and it was freezing down here!!

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    I think someone has turned off global warming in Katoomba, Oberon and a heap of other places!

    Alan...

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    12° ain’t so bad


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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveTTC View Post
    12° ain’t so bad


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    12 degs is OK on the outside: Not the inside!

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