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  1. Folding stool cut from a single, solid block

    His "workshop" might be primitive, but his skills are incredible YouTube

    Also, anyone got any idea as to the timber? The colour is amazing.
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    The Gage Tool Co. (which was later bought by...

    The Gage Tool Co. (which was later bought by Stanley) did a different take on the "stay-set" plane where the chipbreaker was fixed to the lever cap with 2 screws (in slots for adjustment) that...
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    US Oak is almost always sold backsawn here, my...

    US Oak is almost always sold backsawn here, my old work went through packs of the stuff and there was always a big deal made if we found a single quartersawn board in a pack. Veneered board is also...
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    If is wasn't for shipping being a killer, you can...

    If is wasn't for shipping being a killer, you can get laminated old Sweethart Stanley blades fairly easily on ebay, the HSS Stanleys seem far rarer to me.
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    Yep, US White Oak.

    Yep, US White Oak.
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    Inspection results are in and, as I suspected,...

    Inspection results are in and, as I suspected, the wear is about 3/5 of stuff all.

    Full disclaimer: I didn't have a new and "dead" insert from the same manufacturer to test, but the differences...
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    Update time; the stuff I used has held up pretty...

    Update time; the stuff I used has held up pretty well. It's still stuck after ~25kms (probably 30-35 hours wear time), but there are a few spots that have cracked away a little. At any rate I'm happy...
  8. Yes*, but you will have dark glue lines. Make...

    Yes*, but you will have dark glue lines.

    Make sure you have good ventilation as the fumes are quite strong, especially the hardener. I'd also recommend using the fast hardener H60F in cold...
  9. No idea what it is, but it's cool as heck!

    No idea what it is, but it's cool as heck!
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    How about something like this? Roller Support...

    How about something like this? Roller Support Stand Conveyor Expandable 450-1300MM RFC50-9 by Oltre – Beyond Tools
  11. Yeah, the tech isn't going to filter down to...

    Yeah, the tech isn't going to filter down to lower priced stuff simply because both the material itself and the machinery required to process it is very expensive. It's also very time consuming; I...
  12. They can be resharpened in theory if the tips are...

    They can be resharpened in theory if the tips are thick enough (Leuco says their diamond tipped saws have up to 2 resharpens in them), but there wouldn't be many places equipped to do it as it...
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    Couple of points: 1) When you rotate them,...

    Couple of points:

    1) When you rotate them, you're not doing it because they are unable to cut, you're doing it because the surface finish is no longer acceptable. The inserts are still capable of...
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    Selling through Amazon means nothing, he...

    Selling through Amazon means nothing, he certainly wasn't selling through there when I first bought from him. Believe what you want, there's plenty of us here who are happy to support him
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    It's got that None of these smaller machines...

    It's got that

    None of these smaller machines are going to set records for speed or material removal, but you do get a very small minimum thickness which is great if you want to make veneers. Have...
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    SJE is an Australian company

    SJE is an Australian company
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    The manual on their website has 2 entire pages...

    The manual on their website has 2 entire pages (21-22) dedicated to lubrication https://images.machineryhouse.com.au/products/W414S/PDF/W414S%20-%20Instructions%20Manual.pdf
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    Ouch that's expensive! SJE are $39 for 10 They...

    Ouch that's expensive! SJE are $39 for 10

    They also don't seem to have the radiused edge required...
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    2hp / 240v = 12a??

    OK, so this is more an electrical question, but it's on a dust extractor... W318 - CD-2A Industrial Dust & Cyclone Separator Collector | Hare & Forbes Machineryhouse

    Can someone explain to me how...
  20. Someone over on the metalwork forum might make...

    Someone over on the metalwork forum might make some for you
  21. Not a Bunnings product (not cheap either), this...

    Not a Bunnings product (not cheap either), this mob does insanely strong double sided tape Double Sided Tapes Archives - PPC

    As an aside, I was taught a method for doing drawer fronts that doesn't...
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    I doubt there's a finish on the planet that will...

    I doubt there's a finish on the planet that will take that kind of punishment for too long. Possibly marine epoxy but that's going to be suuuper expensive and will still need to be maintained.

    I'm...
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    You can sand it, but you have to make sure it...

    You can sand it, but you have to make sure it doesn't overheat - that's when it goes soft and balls up.

    My method is to get the excess off with 60 grit paper on a ROS with the speed turned down...
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    3 13/32" is roughly 86.52mm if that helps

    3 13/32" is roughly 86.52mm if that helps
  25. Graeme Brown Antiques might have something Graeme...

    Graeme Brown Antiques might have something Graeme Brown Antiques
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    Hang on....Araldite IS 2 pack epoxy, in that...

    Hang on....Araldite IS 2 pack epoxy, in that there's 2 parts you mix together (as are all epoxies?)

    Or am I missing something here :?
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    Epoxy is fine for filling the holes

    Epoxy is fine for filling the holes
  28. I suspect the theory is to reduce friction with a...

    I suspect the theory is to reduce friction with a lower contact area, but Jet haven't quite executed properly. My old work had an SCM jointer and thicknesser, the tables on both were surface ground...
  29. Probably because Jet are too cheap to make it...

    Probably because Jet are too cheap to make it properly.

    Sorry to be so blunt, but that's the only explanation I can come up with; the table should either be finely milled, planed with a similar...
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    Looks good, but for the love of god PLEASE add a...

    Looks good, but for the love of god PLEASE add a blade guard to the sliding bearing guide at the very least.
  31. Therefore, it's free! :p

    Therefore, it's free! :p
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    With all that you may as well just use Tor, only...

    With all that you may as well just use Tor, only one thing to run then :p
  33. We used candles at work.

    We used candles at work.
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    +1 for walnut, although I think it's more likely...

    +1 for walnut, although I think it's more likely US walnut than Qld simply because of the brand.
  35. I'm not surprised, given that most domestic...

    I'm not surprised, given that most domestic rangehoods are less useful that a 1hp dust collector on a good day.

    In one rental place we had a rangehood that could barely hold up an A4 sheet of...
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    2016 actually...

    2016 actually https://www.woodworkforums.com/f200/dust-extraction-209344

    It's available locally through Major Woodworking and Bigger Boyz Toyz
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    Same here

    Same here
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    VICTORIA Yep, it's a solid unit. Used to have the 3 phase...

    Yep, it's a solid unit. Used to have the 3 phase model with the Trupro badge at work and we pushed it pretty hard.

    Max, please put a price up per Rule 3 BASIC Market Place rules PLEASE READ
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    Another thing to add to Alex's instructions... If...

    Another thing to add to Alex's instructions... If you can clamp a small square block to the top face of the piece, level with the edge of the mortise, you'll have a guide to work from to keep your...
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    Think they're expensive? Wait 'til you see the...

    Think they're expensive? Wait 'til you see the price of something not made in China
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    As of right now it's fixed for me, sub-5 second...

    As of right now it's fixed for me, sub-5 second load times
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    I'm currently getting response times around 20+...

    I'm currently getting response times around 20+ seconds here, MWF loads very quickly
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    That was definitely not my experience. In 8ish...

    That was definitely not my experience.

    In 8ish years I had zero power unit issues, and it would have seen thousands of hours of use. In fact the only issue I ever had was a broken wire that...
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    +1 for Mirka any day. I could (and did) use my...

    +1 for Mirka any day. I could (and did) use my CEROS all day sanding radiused edges and all sorts of funky curvy stuff and it was a joy to use.

    It's lighter, cheaper and more comfortable than any...
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    I stumbled across the Ninja gloves a couple of...

    I stumbled across the Ninja gloves a couple of years ago and am very happy with them, the GripX Ice are great for general winter use outside the shed as well and a hell of a lot cheaper than "proper"...
  46. Thread: My Mistake

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    Users can't move stuff around, but if you go to...

    Users can't move stuff around, but if you go to the thread and click the "report post" icon ('!' in a triangle) you can send a message to the mods/admin about it directly.
  47. :whs: If you have to keep just one, keep the 36,...

    :whs:
    If you have to keep just one, keep the 36, but they'll all keep going for a very long time.
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    None of the above. The brad points you can buy...

    None of the above.

    The brad points you can buy have a much more pronounced angle than how we made them. The pic of the grinding wheel is taken top down; about a 10-15 degree angle straight across...
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    I have mentioned it in a few threads previously...

    I have mentioned it in a few threads previously but happy to do so again, it's reeeeeaaaally easy. The setup is simply a 6" x 1/4" wide wheel that's dressed to the shape of the bit. Set the tool rest...
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    VICTORIA Might be interested at work, I've let the boss...

    Might be interested at work, I've let the boss know about it.
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