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    It's all too clean Matt - looks like you just put...

    It's all too clean Matt - looks like you just put the tools on the bench but didn't do anything. :rolleyes:
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    Dave, the saw I recommended only takes a 16mm...

    Dave, the saw I recommended only takes a 16mm blade and by your own acknowledgement it is on a whole other level than your current one which you are expecting to run a 19mm blade.

    Maybe you are...
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    Something I occasionally use under duress. :~

    Something I occasionally use under duress. :~
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    When I want to resaw, I pull the 21" bandsaw out...

    When I want to resaw, I pull the 21" bandsaw out from its storage spot into it's working spot, give it a quick checkover (30 sec if nothing wrong but as long as it takes if something does not look...
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    On behalf of myself and the several other...

    On behalf of myself and the several other usernames I have appeared (and disappeared :rolleyes:) under over the past 17 of the Forum's 21 year history, Thanks to Neil and all the others who have...
  6. Thread: Brains

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    More likely because they have been worn out from...

    More likely because they have been worn out from overthinking things. :rolleyes:

    Now who's going to tell me I'm going to hell for saying that?
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    Even better when you can eliminate the filter...

    Even better when you can eliminate the filter altogether and just vent the exhaust from the blower directly outside the shed and let the breeze take the fine dust away :2tsup:
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    Dave, I know you asked for help with technique,...

    Dave, I know you asked for help with technique, not equipment recommendations, but have a look at this.

    W4224 - BP-355 Wood Band Saw | Hare & Forbes Machineryhouse

    On special for the EOFY sale...
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    :exactly: Featherboard pressing firmly but not...

    :exactly:

    Featherboard pressing firmly but not too tightly just in front of the blade, and a pushstick to keep the top of the stock in contact with the fence as well.

    You said motor power...
  10. QUEENSLAND That sounds like an amazing deal but my timber...

    That sounds like an amazing deal but my timber racks are full. :~ :roll:
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    Chief, don't remind me. Years ago when I was...

    Chief, don't remind me. Years ago when I was living in Bundy after I got out of the Army, I visited the BWG with my partner Jools, with a view to joining. Unless they have improved a lot, I don't...
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    Alex Snodgrass video :2tsup: If you aren't...

    Alex Snodgrass video :2tsup:

    If you aren't using Alex's setup you are behind the game already in my opinion. AND you have to use ALL of his setup, you can't take a bit of his and a bit of someone...
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    It has been years since I worked all this out for...

    It has been years since I worked all this out for my system, but if the old brain is recalling correctly, for a 2 hp blower he (Pentz) recommends a cyclone diameter which was almost exactly the same...
  14. QUEENSLAND Surely collecting timber is essential travel....

    Surely collecting timber is essential travel. :rolleyes:
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    How about trading in a Hammer on a Sawstop? ...

    How about trading in a Hammer on a Sawstop? Australian Woodworking Tools / timber Buy Swap Sell Public Group | Facebook
  16. QUEENSLAND Absolute bargain. The incra gear alone would...

    Absolute bargain. The incra gear alone would almost justify the expense.
  17. Of course the downside of using a gazebo is the...

    Of course the downside of using a gazebo is the durability of he gazebo itself.

    Even the good quality ones aren't designed for continuous use in high winds. Even when securely pegged down they...
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    The trestles are Oregon, the top is a mixed bag...

    The trestles are Oregon, the top is a mixed bag of old-growth Eucalypts, including Ironbark, Redgum, Jarrah and some of indeterminate species. All the timber is recycled and has been gifted to me or...
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    Ok, one last try - here it is again 473377

    Ok, one last try - here it is again

    473377
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    lifting restrictions

    here's what's happening.
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    Thanks Aldav. I have had a couple of PM's from...

    Thanks Aldav. I have had a couple of PM's from members who can't see it either. I don't know why. And even curiouser - I can see the image in your post where you quoted my post. Poundy clicked likes...
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    I thought I had this photo attached to the above...

    I thought I had this photo attached to the above post but it seems to have vanished somehow. Here it is again.
    ...
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    QUEENSLAND I've got four of the Gramercys. They get used...

    I've got four of the Gramercys. They get used nearly every day. One of the handiest things on the bench
  24. Why should you not just take it? would they...

    Why should you not just take it?

    would they stop you picking up litter or dog $h!t in the park?
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    And there's another rule breach. If you post it...

    And there's another rule breach. If you post it on any other site as well you have to put the post in a different sub-forum:
    https://www.woodworkforums.com/f253

    Maybe you need to have a good...
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    That's how it works on a Triton with the sliding...

    That's how it works on a Triton with the sliding extension table. So I guess it would be able to be done on a $5000 slider that way too.
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    That looks like a real nice piece of kit. If I...

    That looks like a real nice piece of kit. If I was looking for an upgrade right now I would be more tempted by this than a SS
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    right now the top of my bench is upside down,...

    right now the top of my bench is upside down, with all the components for the tailvise sitting on top (or should that technically be underneath) waiting for me to get all enthusiastic about cutting...
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    Agreed. It's all in the rules. Another rule...

    Agreed. It's all in the rules.

    Another rule that does not appear to have been followed here is:



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    CLAIMED I'm in

    I'm in
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    A friend of mine had a very successful oar...

    A friend of mine had a very successful oar manufacturing business. Sadly he passed away about 10 years ago but his business is still running under different management.

    He started out with square...
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    VICTORIA If you change your mind and wish to sell the...

    If you change your mind and wish to sell the stock guides I would be interested.
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    If you took out the the actual features that make...

    If you took out the the actual features that make it a sawstop, then you would have a good, middle of the range tablesaw. The build and features (accuracy etc) are probably a bit above average for a...
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    Poll: The eyes of Australia will be on the states that...

    The eyes of Australia will be on the states that are lifting restrictions tomorrow to see how they are looking in a few weeks.

    I hope they will be doing great but I am not optimistic that this...
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    Poll: And that's just ONE of the ethical dilemmas that...

    And that's just ONE of the ethical dilemmas that are on our horizon.
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    Poll: It would work much better against more threats if...

    It would work much better against more threats if you line it with aluminium foil too.
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    Poll: https://qph.fs.quoracdn.net/main-qimg-2d0a428efc19...

    https://qph.fs.quoracdn.net/main-qimg-2d0a428efc19145f55f8dc4504c040cd
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    Poll: If they can use this technology in a drone, they...

    If they can use this technology in a drone, they could also use it at the entrance of shopping centres, sports stadiums and anywhere else that people gather. A '''pandemic drone''' and other...
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    Of the many ways to have an accident on a...

    Of the many ways to have an accident on a tablesaw, Sawstop MINIMISES only ONE of them, and eliminates NONE of them.

    Neither a Sawstop nor a guard, Grripper or any of the other magic bullets of...
  40. I just said that they do it. I didn't say they do...

    I just said that they do it. I didn't say they do it well.
  41. Nothing unusual there. Defence is continuously...

    Nothing unusual there. Defence is continuously preparing for all kinds of scenarios. That's their job.
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    Poll: Not really a paraphrase, is it? I never said it...

    Not really a paraphrase, is it? I never said it would work if more people used it, did I?

    I said:-


    My intention there was to point out that the Government was setting 40% as the benchmark...
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    Poll: I will explain why I will not download the app. ...

    I will explain why I will not download the app.

    The government says that the app "will work" if 40% of the population uses it. Think about what the government means by "will work".

    Do you think...
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    Poll: Mick, I was not talking about privacy issues. I...

    Mick, I was not talking about privacy issues. I have location turned on on my phone and once a month I get a nice little google maps diagram of everywhere I went every day of the previous month. It...
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    Poll: I didn't think anyone was saying that if you are...

    I didn't think anyone was saying that if you are using the app you are guaranteed not to get infected. As I understand it if only 40% of people take up the app the chances would be 60% that, if...
  46. Actually 6%. This took place in Saskatchewan

    Actually 6%. This took place in Saskatchewan
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    Thanks for the feedback Bueller. Nice functional...

    Thanks for the feedback Bueller. Nice functional looking vise. Those rods are the 500mm ones I guess?

    I am still torn between buying that kit (with the shorter rods) or building my own hardware.
    ...
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    Poll: I will not vote as none of the options come...

    I will not vote as none of the options come anywhere close to why I would or would not use the app.

    Like almost every poll I ever see the choices are very restrictive and aimed to only allow...
  49. Well that's a nice history lesson on how it has...

    Well that's a nice history lesson on how it has been done, but this discussion is more about how things are going to change going forward from Covid-19. As we have been saying it could now be a...
  50. A quick check on a couple of online calculators...

    A quick check on a couple of online calculators shows stamp duty on a $650000 house in Victoria is $34000, whereas R/E commission on the same house would be $18000.

    Queensland stamp duty $15000....
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