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    Tonightís Skype meeting
    7.30 ish start time.
    Anyone welcome of course.
    Letís free fall tonight, no set subject.

    See ya then.

    Cheers Matt.

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    Still no power so I wonít be there. Sitting in car to charge my phone. Empty 3 freezers today.
    I am learning, slowley.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pagie View Post
    Still no power so I wonít be there. Sitting in car to charge my phone. Empty 3 freezers today.

    If I can help Peter,
    You have my number.

    Cheers Matt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simplicity View Post
    If I can help Peter,
    You have my number.

    Cheers Matt.
    Thanks Mat
    we r ok just no power. Might try to get on in my car latter. Want som Bbq?
    I am learning, slowley.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pagie View Post
    Thanks Mat
    we r ok just no power. Might try to get on in my car latter. Want som Bbq?
    Power just came on..
    I am learning, slowley.

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    Tonightís hot to trot subject will be vintage measuring tools(Because Iíve just got some new ones [emoji6]).

    An will be hosted from my Brand spanking new family heirloom Work Bench.


    All welcome in the Den of iniquity,

    Start time some time after 7.28 ish

    Cheers Matt.

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    Matt

    I like the look of that. perhaps we could do a Kipp's game and spot what is on the bench. Aussiephil's knock offs, "The Body," etc. etc..

    Wot's in the box?

    See you tonight.

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    Bench is looking flash. And too clean.
    I am learning, slowley.

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    Paige, Paul

    One the Bench is looking just fine, thank you no need to add stuff.
    Paul the Wooden Box is from the Mother country(For some [emoji6]).
    An can reach to dissey heights !!

    Cheers Matt.

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    Things are progressing well in our shed today so I should be in a position to come in by 7:30.

    We will probably have some takeaway fish and chips for dinner because we will both have had enough of standing up at the benches today before it gets to cooking time.

    See everyone there.
    Theory and practice are the same in theory, but different in practice.

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    Remember the discussion around large (as in V8) chainsaws?

    Video quality is not that good but should bring up following links with the "Predator" that are better quality.

    V8 Chainsaw - Bing video

    Imagine lugging that through the bush to cut down a tree. Not the best saw for the felling cut.

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    Doug

    I was trying to describe the escapement on a couple of wooden planes I have, which I thought might suit your "challenge" planes. As we were discussing on the "Jabber" I have included the pix here rather than on your plane thread.

    Both planes are skew rebate. The first is a 1" (not that it is particularly significant.)

    P1070662 (Medium).JPGP1070663 (Medium).JPG

    The second one is ĺ" (no more significant than the first)

    P1070664 (Medium).JPGP1070665 (Medium).JPG

    I have shown multiple pix to compensate for my photographic skills. Hopefully you can get the gist of the ejection to one side. However this is with a skewed blade which is already trying to do this. It may still assist your plane, but no money back guarantee.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bushmiller View Post
    Doug

    I was trying to describe the escapement on a couple of wooden planes I have, which I thought might suit your "challenge" planes. As we were discussing on the "Jabber" I have included the pix here rather than on your plane thread. ...

    I have shown multiple pix to compensate for my photographic skills. Hopefully you can get the gist of the ejection to one side. However this is with a skewed blade which is already trying to do this. It may still assist your plane, but no money back guarantee.
    Thanks for thinking of me Paul. I did grasp the idea of what you were saying on Sunday evening but the pictures do help.

    I have been looking at wooden bodied planes, both molding and joinery for quite a while as I plan to make quite a few over the next few years. There are many different ideas to pick from. Some seem to work well in some circumstances and not often seen in others. I have accumulated quite an extensive library of resources on the subject but always welcome more data for the pile.

    I will elaborate more on this in my plane thread where no doubt you will see it. For now I will just say that I have made significant progress today.
    Theory and practice are the same in theory, but different in practice.

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    Sunday night Jabber is on once again 7.30 start time.

    All welcome, weíre a friendly bunch !!!!

    Iím having Brain fade moments, so letís just free fall tonight.
    Or Iím happy to be led a stray.

    Cheers Matt.

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    State of Origin - Enough said.
    Theory and practice are the same in theory, but different in practice.

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