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    Looks like a Carter or a Carter copy

    Looks like a Carter or a Carter copy
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    You do know this is a woodwork forum may I...

    You do know this is a woodwork forum may I suggest you try here Metal Work Forums
  3. Thread: Slow download

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    Slow download

    Experiencing very slow download on some threads average 30 secs, one with a lot of pics I gave up after 5 mins, is this this
    just me ?
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    Interesting, all the Wadkins I have come across...

    Interesting, all the Wadkins I have come across have a sliding bridge guard but not telescopic
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    Interesting variation however a traditional...

    Interesting variation however a traditional making knife should have a bevel only on one side and the opposite side is flat
  6. To be honest I would not even bother to spend all...

    To be honest I would not even bother to spend all the effort in making a end grain board in 16mm it won't last 5mins
  7. Just use titebond 11 absolutely no need for fancy...

    Just use titebond 11 absolutely no need for fancy stuff
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    Just bite the bullet and have it re-silvered, I...

    Just bite the bullet and have it re-silvered, I have never found a budget method that works and place a mirror behind it will create reflection.
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    Yes

    Yes
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    Lovely stuff, is that guard on the buzzer stock...

    Lovely stuff, is that guard on the buzzer stock or a custom made job.
  11. Thread: Fromia mount

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    WANTED:SA. Fromia mount

    Wanted boom and mast, pref. to suit old Frommia power feed unit will consider other brands
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    As said above saw sharpening service take the...

    As said above saw sharpening service take the "riving knife" with you
  13. Paraffin wax, I have been using it for 40+ years

    Paraffin wax, I have been using it for 40+ years
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    I don't know the machine well enough, I would...

    I don't know the machine well enough, I would making or having made a replacement that could be fitted with a replaceable bearing looks as though it would be a fairly simple job
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    Are you sure the mechanism has been removed many...

    Are you sure the mechanism has been removed many servery slides just consisted of a timber channel for the door to slide in the door is loose enough that it can be offset when open to hold it up
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    Yeh that is correct there is not much you can do...

    Yeh that is correct there is not much you can do except cover it up really well when not in use
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    As said above Crushgrind is the way to go "proven...

    As said above Crushgrind is the way to go "proven quality over many years"
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    Have you seen one in the flesh is the trim solid...

    Have you seen one in the flesh is the trim solid timber or veneered engineered board of some kind, interesting that they claim it is a revolutionary new concept, not the case, this concept has been...
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    https://www.woodworkforums.com/f220

    https://www.woodworkforums.com/f220
  20. Thread: Marveer

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    Marveer

    Hi all,
    Does any body have a formula clone for the old (no longer available) Marveer liquid polish
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    Hide glue is old school, many hundreds of square...

    Hide glue is old school, many hundreds of square meters of timber veneer have been fixed with PVA around the world with no problems
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    Anti seize

    Anti seize
  23. Thread: Suitable Glue

    by China
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    I have made well over 1000 end grain chopping...

    I have made well over 1000 end grain chopping boards all using Tiitebond 111,never had any issues, so as you say it could be the timber some timber will fail no matter what glue is used, are they...
  24. Thread: Glue for shoes

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    As a former shoe maker the shoes have basically...

    As a former shoe maker the shoes have basically gone to God, as factory sample they were never made to last or be repaired, in my opinion
    whatever glue you try will fail very quickly
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    Photo may shed some light

    Photo may shed some light
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    As said above they all start out square

    As said above they all start out square
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    No pics

    No pics
  28. If you can't buy one off the shelf it will not be...

    If you can't buy one off the shelf it will not be practical unless you are a business or do not mind spending $3-4,500.00
  29. Can't speak for "Sons" although my niece was 3yrs...

    Can't speak for "Sons" although my niece was 3yrs old had to build her special tiny bench, now she runs her own antique furniture restoration business
  30. Thread: Damned Pickers.

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    Have to agree these TV shoes have a lot to answer...

    Have to agree these TV shoes have a lot to answer for
  31. Google Laminex industries

    Google Laminex industries
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    I have done this in the past, unscrew the head (...

    I have done this in the past, unscrew the head ( obvious) remove the rubber switch cover insert Allen key down into the switch block remove the grub screw, remove the end cap with a suitable piece...
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    I stand corrected, mine has a regulator, but then...

    I stand corrected, mine has a regulator, but then I salvaged it from a caravan
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    Yep on the big cylinder you will need a regulator...

    Yep on the big cylinder you will need a regulator of some kind, does not need a gauge just needs to reduce the pressure, or purchase a small cylinder.
    Have a chat t o these guys they are the gurus...
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    I have used these with great success ...

    I have used these with great success https://www.bunnings.com.au/ratsak-fast-action-wax-block-6-pack_p2961398
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    Whatever prompted some one to apply linseed oil...

    Whatever prompted some one to apply linseed oil to a dace floor
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    What do you call long lasting I have applied heat...

    What do you call long lasting I have applied heat activated edge banding with a iron and it is still fine after 20 years
    a edge band will do it with less work,
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    I made a circular cutter from a piece of heavy...

    I made a circular cutter from a piece of heavy pipe, hard faced the edge, had it ground on a lathe, now I just place it on the paper grit side down, tap around the edge with a soft face hammer
    you...
  39. Thread: Precision levels

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    As said above a precision level is way above what...

    As said above a precision level is way above what you need, you could use one but I would not buy just for that job
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    Not exactly a new idea, my boss showed me this...

    Not exactly a new idea, my boss showed me this 40+ years ago
  41. Thread: Lathe tail stock

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    WANTED:SA. Item no longer required many thanks to KBs...

    Item no longer required many thanks to KBs pensNmore
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    I do it all the time as I have a source of hardly...

    I do it all the time as I have a source of hardly used belts that I get for nothing, I Have not purchased a disc for years
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    Personally I would cut away the decayed timber...

    Personally I would cut away the decayed timber and glue new pieces in place then shape a stain
  44. Thread: Lathe tail stock

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    WANTED:SA. Lathe tail stock

    Hi,

    Looking for a lathe tail stock brand is not a issue
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    Welcome to the forum with title Mad Murdoch you...

    Welcome to the forum with title Mad Murdoch you should fit in quite well
  46. FREE: NSW If I were in NSW I would be there in a flash, to...

    If I were in NSW I would be there in a flash, to take that C&H tip would be a criminal offence
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    For re-sawing you will need a rip saw, for...

    For re-sawing you will need a rip saw, for Dovetails you will need a Dovetail saw or some people use a fret saw, I can't offer any advise on brands as all my handsaws are from my father and his...
  48. Sounds pretty simple take the guard off first

    Sounds pretty simple take the guard off first
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    The other alternative is just forget about it, I...

    The other alternative is just forget about it, I have been a Cabinet maker for 40+years and I can't remember ever using a vise dog
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    It is always good to see alternate ways to...

    It is always good to see alternate ways to complete the the same task, interesting that the same fret saw when used by a jeweller /silversmith/goldsmith, becomes a piercing saw.
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