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  1. #496
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    Sorry if I’ve stuffed up the codes…. I missed Friday and Sunday as we have had visitors over Easter, though we did get some shed time with one of the visitors building their own lazy Susan

    I’ll check the codes out but Lance had said to me it was the same meeting with the same codes, mmmmm

    i did get a lovely visit from another forum member over the weekend as well courtesy of the old mailbox pic, turns out he recognized it from walking the dog past the house

    so here’s the replacement… just showing off
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    Looks great! I'm going to attend one of these one day, when I remember it's on...

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    Quote Originally Posted by soundwave View Post
    Looks great! I'm going to attend one of these one day, when I remember it's on...
    Come and join us this Friday, that's tomorrow as i write this

    Cheers and thanks

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    Work may well be intruding on playtime for some so this is around lunchtime at least for the entire east coast, morning teatime for WA.

    Friday lunch prattle: Anyone is welcome, please join in

    This weeks topic is:
    Let's start with Sourdough baking, move to home brewing beer, onto making spirits then do the art of BBQ.
    or
    Selfishly how to effectively extend boards if finger jointing scares the crap out of you ... and not a lot scares me in the shed (besides spiders)


    Friday: Time: 12:00 - 12:40 AEDT
    Yep that's lunchtime for some of us so bring a coffee


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    Cheers
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    PS: i just tested the link and it worked for me

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    Iím being a Chauffeur today, for the father in law doing a funeral, so will probably not be a good look if I pop the iPhone out an put the ear buds in half way through the eulogies.

    Have fun.

    Cheers Matt.

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    Last minute reminder for anyone who would like to join in

    Cheers
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    Sorry missed it, stuck on a work thing.

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    Well we talked about all that. Next week it's riving knives.
    I am learning, slowley.

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    Work may well be intruding on playtime for some so this is around lunchtime at least for the entire east coast, morning teatime for WA.

    Friday lunch prattle: Anyone is welcome, please join in

    This weeks topic is:

    Riving Knives - essential safety device or a waste of time?
    Riving Knives v Splitters
    Riving knives - do they need to match the blade?


    Friday: Time: 12:00 - 12:40 AEDT
    Yep that's lunchtime for some of us so bring a coffee


    Join Zoom Meeting


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    Cheers
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    Maybe, maybe not
    When you are dead you donít know that you are dead. You feel no pain, everyone else feels the pain. Itís the same thing when you are stupid.

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    Iím a 50/50 on this one.

    Cheers Matt

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    I'll be away again, but will get my two pence worth in.

    I accidently purchased a narrow kerf blade, and it's a pain in the neck with my standard riving knife. Doh!
    Lance

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    Bump as a reminder

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    Here's the link to the Jessem Stock guides I mentioned today
    Clear-Cut TS™ Stock Guides - JessEm Tool Company
    When you are dead you donít know that you are dead. You feel no pain, everyone else feels the pain. Itís the same thing when you are stupid.

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    Whilst we moved around a bit i'd say the summary for the topic goes like...

    Riving Knives - essential safety device or a waste of time?
    Absolutely essential in one form or another.

    Riving Knives v Splitters
    There were a couple of views on this but it sort of settled on a splitter doesn't go up and down with the blade and generally mounts the overhead blade guard. The riving knife goes up and down with the blade and bevels
    Modern saws blur this with companies saying there blade guards are attached to the splitter and often move with the blade, up down and bevel and the riving knife supplied also moves and is lower than the blade for non thru cuts.

    Riving knives - do they need to match the blade?
    The device behind the blade must be thinner than the kerf being cut and thicker than the body of the blade.

    We started to get on the short v long fences but run out of time, so maybe we can continue some of this next week.

    Still looking for any topics someone wants to know more about or can give a talk on.

    Cheers
    Phil

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