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    Watch some of his other videos. It involves a...

    Watch some of his other videos. It involves a router. On another painting he removes the wood and just leaves the paint which is then glued to canvas. I'm in awe of his skills.
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    Normal until you get your post count up a bit. To...

    Normal until you get your post count up a bit. To stop spammers. I think your first 10 posts are moderated.
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    If I had a shed I would probably snap that up....

    If I had a shed I would probably snap that up. But I don't :C
    Happy to give it a once over if anyone is tempted.
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    I have now subscribed to that channel. I find the...

    I have now subscribed to that channel. I find the conservation work fascinating.
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    FREE: VIC Not planning on moving to NSW anytime soon are...

    Not planning on moving to NSW anytime soon are you? Oh well.
    Mens Sheds have been closed for the last several months
  6. A bit of stainless brake tube with a couple of...

    A bit of stainless brake tube with a couple of teeth cut into the end can be chucked up in the battery drill and drilled over the screw. Minimal wood removal and the screw just pulls out.
    I've used...
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    I should be able to make it as well

    I should be able to make it as well
  8. 3 out of the 4 are doable, mitre saw usage...

    3 out of the 4 are doable, mitre saw usage prediction will involve an extended study (say 5 years) of your power tool usage patterns factoring in variables like red wine consumption and severity of...
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    The A series is a slightly reduced instruction...

    The A series is a slightly reduced instruction set. More to do with comms and specific instruction sets (like for a pressure pump) I think. The A series is cheaper and fine for a lathe.
    Also the A...
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    Clearly you didn't spend half your younger years...

    Clearly you didn't spend half your younger years fitting stereos to all your cars and you mates cars and your girlfriends cars and your mates girlfriends cars.
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    I'll try to be there again as well.

    I'll try to be there again as well.
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    Radios are manufactured to standard sizes. You...

    Radios are manufactured to standard sizes. You can get a folded metal bracket that the radio just slides into. Mount the bracket to the box and slide the radio in
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    I think they're PWM electronic now. Cheaper than...

    I think they're PWM electronic now. Cheaper than rheostat. A potentiometer means you could set the speed to whatever you want over it's range.
    Wow, that's a wonderful little lathe. I've been keeping...
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    I think they are expanding only Lance.

    I think they are expanding only Lance.
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    The answer is probably yes but I would need to...

    The answer is probably yes but I would need to have a look at the foot pedal. The action of depressing the pedal can probably be substituted with a potentiometer to give you variable speed.
    I...
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    That's a really good manual. Loads of info in...

    That's a really good manual. Loads of info in there.You should have that machine choochin' in no time now Paul.
    I've got a hand controller that might plug straight in. My daughter is using it for...
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    An expensive remote. $300 for the controller,...

    An expensive remote. $300 for the controller, another $60 for the remote and probably a couple of hundred for an electrician to wire it in. I could make a plug and play option but there's just not...
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    Sorry to hijack your thread RB. The link below...

    Sorry to hijack your thread RB. The link below addresses approvals.
    https://www.woodworkforums.com/f200/auto-blast-gates-australia-business-232666/4#post2191371

    singastorm, what 3 phase option do...
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    For any potential customers that are wondering about electrical approval. Not all items in Australia require certification and approval. Our controllers are classified as a non-declared article and...
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    We (well me anyway) always assume that it is...

    We (well me anyway) always assume that it is something terribly complex or technical that is causing this massive headache and frustration. It's usually something very simple like doing a reset or...
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    Stand it inside an old tyre. If it's only 6" dia....

    Stand it inside an old tyre. If it's only 6" dia. maybe a wheelbarrow tyre. If you miss hit they tyre wont hurt the axe/splitter. If it's snug in there you can split it a number of times without the...
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    I really don't know if they will react but it...

    I really don't know if they will react but it would be a shame to find out 6 months after you complete it. Just something to consider
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    Buy a link belt and cut the old one off. The link...

    Buy a link belt and cut the old one off. The link belt will make it run even quieter.
    Sending you a PM re VSD control.
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    I'd go the epoxy route as well. You really need...

    I'd go the epoxy route as well. You really need to seal the steel as it will oxidise and possibly stain the huon down the track. Or use high quality stainless. Also just thinking out loud.
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    It probably is an '81. Might have been the...

    It probably is an '81. Might have been the changeover year. I had two of those lathes (still have one in storage) and they were '76 and '77 I think. Both had grease nipples. You should do a VSD...
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    Yes

    Yes
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    You can buy a remote control unit from Auto Blast...

    You can buy a remote control unit from Auto Blast Gates. 10 amp or 15 amp. Ready to go, no wiring. :D
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    There is a leatherworking sub forum here.

    There is a leatherworking sub forum here.
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    Thanks Poundy, the switch arrived today. And...

    Thanks Poundy, the switch arrived today.
    And thankyou for the extra you included. :2tsup:
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    $140 for a #46 even with only one blade is pretty...

    $140 for a #46 even with only one blade is pretty good. They are very hard to find
  31. Penrith in Northern England. Not that handy for...

    Penrith in Northern England. Not that handy for Crowie.
  32. The Stanleys are hard to find. I got a little bit...

    The Stanleys are hard to find. I got a little bit lucky. I picked one up at a second hand place for next to nothing. Works beautifully so when I saw two for sale in a job lot I grabbed them. I...
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    Nice pick up Lance. I will have one of these,...

    Nice pick up Lance. I will have one of these, complete with cabinet, new bearings, paintjob and VSD upgrade for sale as soon as things get back to normal whatever that will look like. They are great...
  34. China is very hit and miss. I'm waiting on things...

    China is very hit and miss. I'm waiting on things ordered in early March but have had deliveries of other things within two weeks. (I have been placing a lot of orders during lockdown but I tried to...
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    Sorry Stew, PEN hasn't been on for over two years

    Sorry Stew, PEN hasn't been on for over two years
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    A photo of how you have it assembled/setup would...

    A photo of how you have it assembled/setup would help. I googled a No. 50 but there were lots of changes throughout it's life so not sure what your version is.
  37. Where are you in Sydney? Someone local may be...

    Where are you in Sydney? Someone local may be able to drop by and give you a hand. Oh, and don't squirt WD40 near the chuck. It won't help and it may prevent the chuck from gripping in the future
  38. I won't sell on eBay any more. Buyer protection...

    I won't sell on eBay any more. Buyer protection is stupid. I sold a phone after I upgraded. Buyer protection kicked in and I couldn't access the funds the purchaser had paid for 30 days in case there...
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    N.S.W. You need to wait for the next Elvis festival and...

    You need to wait for the next Elvis festival and set up a stall.
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    Except all your cuts would be out by the size of...

    Except all your cuts would be out by the size of the kerf. You would have to add the kerf on to each cut.
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    I've got a spare one of those switches (the ones...

    I've got a spare one of those switches (the ones Aldav linked) sitting here. I bought two, put one on my Tanner table saw and sold the machine I was going to put the other one on before I got around...
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    They are not that accurate. I have a couple. The...

    They are not that accurate. I have a couple. The stated accuracy is (2mm +5x 10(-5)D) (Thats ...10 to the power of minus 5 times the distance) I couldn't get the superscript to work on the forum.
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    N.S.W. Bandsaw is sold.

    Bandsaw is sold.
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    Sticky: I got the star point brought out on three motors...

    I got the star point brought out on three motors for a total cost of $80. I pulled the motors apart and just took the stators in.
    This was at a random motor rewinders that I looked up and found the...
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    144pc Mix Set Grade 1 to 6 Jeweller Saw Blades...

    144pc Mix Set Grade 1 to 6 Jeweller Saw Blades For Precise Cutting Sawing Blade 787099320492 | eBay
    How about these ones Shane
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    N.S.W. Scroll saw is sold

    Scroll saw is sold
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    N.S.W. Paul Call 12" Bandsaw

    I acquired this some time ago. I refurbished the saw with the exception of the front cover. Painted, new bearings, new tyres. I don't have the room to set it up so it has to go.
    It comes with a 240V...
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    Have you considered powering the existing 3 phase...

    Have you considered powering the existing 3 phase motor with a single phase input VSD. You can use the existing motor and gain speed control and motor protection.
    There are a number of threads on...
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    N.S.W. SOLD....After a short pause to work out the...

    SOLD....After a short pause to work out the separation anxiety the DS is heading to a warmer climate.
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    N.S.W. Send away.

    Send away.
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