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  1. The key locks the gear to the shaft, not the...

    The key locks the gear to the shaft, not the bearing to the shaft , I believe.
  2. Thread: Micro workshop?

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    :roflmao::roflmao:

    :roflmao::roflmao:
  3. If the grain is filled/choked, then a light sand...

    If the grain is filled/choked, then a light sand back with well worn 400 sandpaper or a grey sanding pad, dust down then start applying the shellac with your rubber following Auscab’s advice given...
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    Basic Welding Symbols Explained | Welding...

    Basic Welding Symbols Explained | Welding Supplies from IOC
  5. Looking at the diagram aldav supplied, I’d agree...

    Looking at the diagram aldav supplied, I’d agree with Bohdan. The shaft and bearings as an assembly come out from the drive end after the blades are removed. The circlip on the other end just...
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    Is the pressed metal steel or brass?

    Is the pressed metal steel or brass?
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    Did you solve the problem with the other spindle?

    Did you solve the problem with the other spindle?
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    Blog - Livos Australia...

    Blog - Livos Australia
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    Whereabouts in AU are you? I’m not interested if...

    Whereabouts in AU are you? I’m not interested if freights involved.
  10. Lovely tables and excellent work at usual. i...

    Lovely tables and excellent work at usual.

    i know about loosing your shirt. I sent pics. of my finished wall clock restoration to the guy restoring the mechanicals ( he also does the cabinets but...
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    Not up on festool but is it 6mm or 1/4” or can it...

    Not up on festool but is it 6mm or 1/4” or can it use both? I would have thought 1/4” would be more versatile.
  12. Did the same for the Sydney show.

    Did the same for the Sydney show.
  13. Why? Too thin and you had gaps, not sticky enough...

    Why? Too thin and you had gaps, not sticky enough etc.
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    I have a Makita 9 1/4” circular saw mounted as a...

    I have a Makita 9 1/4” circular saw mounted as a table saw in a work bench. My fence is agricultural but accurate and locked in place with a quick action clamp.
    I posted some photos some time ago...
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    I used Clear Selley glazing silicon and glazing...

    I used Clear Selley glazing silicon and glazing bead on my back floor to near ceiling windows and doors. No mess and let dry and trim with razor if required
  16. What diameter blade do you actually need? 10”, 9...

    What diameter blade do you actually need? 10”, 9 1/4”, 6 1/2”?
    I bought an Irwin blade 9 1/4” to cut melamine from bunnies. I’m not going to the shed now but I believe it has the same configuration...
  17. Thread: Slow responce

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    25 to 30 seconds for me.

    25 to 30 seconds for me.
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    I was not suggesting you where non articulate, I...

    I was not suggesting you where non articulate, I was just hoping you understood the implications of putting a larger wheel at the top.
    The first problem, if you made it 3 times larger, is that you...
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    A search for beaver beam maker yields no results...

    A search for beaver beam maker yields no results but there is a beaver band mill. Is that what you are after? It would be handy to have a bit more information on this “animal”.
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    if you can’t fix it with a hammer, you know you...

    if you can’t fix it with a hammer, you know you have an electrical problem.
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    Cut nails arrived and dutifully installed. ...

    Cut nails arrived and dutifully installed.

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    Only bad news is that I called the clock repairer today and he informs me that two of the gears are damaged. He thinks he has some in his 20’...
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    Lovely work. A man of many talents :2tsup:

    Lovely work. A man of many talents :2tsup:
  23. HEADS UP PM sent. Thanks for the heads up.

    PM sent.
    Thanks for the heads up.
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    isn’t that changing the speed ??

    isn’t that changing the speed ??
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    Unfortunately that would change the speed of...

    Unfortunately that would change the speed of whatever it is driving.
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    Are there only two strap hinges per door?

    Are there only two strap hinges per door?
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    I think that’s a given.

    I think that’s a given.
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    So it’s a toothed, flat belt going by the part...

    So it’s a toothed, flat belt going by the part number. Sorry but I had problems with your photo.
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    I should have worded it better :D what is the...

    I should have worded it better :D what is the condition of the pulleys? If you get a new belt and fit it in the pulley groove, the belt should not touch the bottom of the pulley. If it does, the...
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    What are the pulleys like?

    What are the pulleys like?
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    Finished

    All back together again after some minor repairs on the lower drawer, a thorough cleaning and a polish. I decided to fill the holes.

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    The sides are not trenched. The last pictures...

    The sides are not trenched. The last pictures shows that. As I said in my post, the back panel was removed, the back joints were O/K, the joins have been cleaned, glue applied and the unit pulled...
  33. Thread: Compatibility??

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    According to a paint site on the WEB ”You can...

    According to a paint site on the WEB

    ”You can apply enamel to an acrylic surface but not acrylic to an enamel top coated surface, you can apply acrylic paints to an enamel/oil based primer or...
  34. Thread: Compatibility??

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    I think the reason was obvious in the post.

    I think the reason was obvious in the post.
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    Thanks, There are nails but as they had pulled...

    Thanks,
    There are nails but as they had pulled out of the lower panel when the side moved, their more locating than holding.

    The holes are reasonably small and would be relatively easy to fill...
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    Lady’s desk - quick poll

    I showed a lady’s desk under “Howard’s Products” regarding a repair to decoration around the keyhole. It came from Holland with my wife’s grandparents.

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    The two sides were splayed out...
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    Getting close now. The leather top is on and the...

    Getting close now. The leather top is on and the “chimneys” in place.

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    The leather is glued in place, as it was before. Originally it also had cut tacks. I could only salvage two....
  38. Thread: Wd 40

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    Bet you couldn’t run an advert like that these...

    Bet you couldn’t run an advert like that these days even it is telling the truth. PC gone mad!
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    Happy Birthday. Great apron! Last time my...

    Happy Birthday. Great apron! Last time my daughter tried to sew something was many years ago trying to fix the hem on her school dress. She ended up sewing the dress to the arm on the couch. Still...
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    From what I’ve read, they are marketing it as a...

    From what I’ve read, they are marketing it as a comparable alternative to LOSP so one would hope it would provide the same protection. If not, it should be clearly labeled with “..... but ......” IMO
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    Great build, great skills but just a comment re...

    Great build, great skills but just a comment re the Accoya process and Teknos 2907 that has me thinking.

    Why do they need a timber preservative coating if their Acidic process is so successful?...
  42. Thread: Surprise!

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    :oo::no: It’s too nice. I’m with NCArcher

    :oo::no: It’s too nice.

    I’m with NCArcher
  43. Thread: Surprise!

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    Lovely grain! Are you going to “book match” the...

    Lovely grain! Are you going to “book match” the drawer fronts?
  44. Thread: TRA001 dust

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    I ha d the model down, MOF001. When I freehand,...

    I ha d the model down, MOF001. When I freehand, the dust shield hooked up to a Supervac does a reasonable job if routing an internal shape, dados etc but is not great if routing outside edges or edge...
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    If you create a jig that will hold the propellor...

    If you create a jig that will hold the propellor unit at the same position at the pipe mouth and 90o angle, you will get repeatability. Sure the readings may not be accurate but they will be...
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    It’s nothing special - it’s just another tool to...

    It’s nothing special - it’s just another tool to help me mark out and like a number of items I own - it just works for me so I thought I’d share.
    It really gives no advantage over a digital mortise...
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    I bought it from JKTools via AliExpress. Cost...

    I bought it from JKTools via AliExpress.

    Cost including delivery and tax was $82
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    New marking out tool.

    There was a recent thread in Woodwork - General forum re YouTube videos. I was watching one by Kobeomsuk on an Interlocking walnut table build. Near the beginning he use what a I thought was a neat,...
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    I've uploaded them into the Manuals section

    I've uploaded them into the Manuals section
  50. Thread: Howard Products

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    A big thanks to Auscab

    In this thread I showed a picture of a ladies desk with damage around the keyhole.

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    Auscab was kind enough to send me a number of samples of oak so I could try and match the grain and...
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