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    Welcome to the "Rat Pack" :) A handy tip - the...

    Welcome to the "Rat Pack" :)

    A handy tip - the best way to see if a square is square is to put a sheet of paper at the edge of a desk and tape it down. Then place your square against the edge of...
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    Exactly why I steered clear of flakes myself. ...

    Exactly why I steered clear of flakes myself. Got a "plain Jane" light grey - stuff stands out quite well on that.
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    Only thought I'd throw in at this point is that...

    Only thought I'd throw in at this point is that if you're going to get a quote *now* for timber framing materials, trusses and the like, be aware you're not dealing with "normal" prices.

    I'm sure...
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    SOLD: Absolutely fine Mike, and suspected that might be...

    Absolutely fine Mike, and suspected that might be the case! Happy posting - but I'm worried as to why you're clearing out the shop, are you calling it quits or moving/downsizing? :(
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    SOLD: If the Forstner bits don't sell, may I be next in...

    If the Forstner bits don't sell, may I be next in line please? (I understand they're spoken for by ScotiaWall)
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    I had the same space (area) done for under $2000...

    I had the same space (area) done for under $2000 in epoxy by a professional supplier. Two coats of colour, two coats on Poly (an extra one above normai at my request). Dig up my build thread in...
  7. WANTED:VIC Random search bought me to this page: Plough Book...

    Random search bought me to this page: Plough Book Sales: The Fly Press DVD Learn How to Evaluate a used Fly Press Buy a new Fly Given you're in Melbourne, it might be worth a quick phone call...
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    SOLD: Per forum rules, "I'll take it". Will send you...

    Per forum rules, "I'll take it".

    Will send you a PM to begin shipping and payment arrangements, with many thanks!
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    Could I just volunteer the impression, based on...

    Could I just volunteer the impression, based on the drawings in green and red showing the locations of legs, that the desk in use will tip toward the back corner where you intend to mount your...
  10. Also, in Berlin, you have Dieter Schmid's site:...

    Also, in Berlin, you have Dieter Schmid's site: Dieter Schmid Fine Tools
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    Thanks for the "heads up" - I wasn't aware these...

    Thanks for the "heads up" - I wasn't aware these were available at that price - I could have sworn they were more expensive last time I looked... then again, I'm not getting younger, and the brain...
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    WANTED:VIC I have tried to put a direct link here, but it...

    I have tried to put a direct link here, but it won't work as it'll ask for a login.

    That aside, I looked up your tool on EKat.

    If your tool is part number 487206 - then the part you need is...
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    If you are after something decent, but not...

    If you are after something decent, but not necessarily top shelf, and aren't in a rush: DrillPro 2 Pack 4 Inch Mini Nylon Fast F Clip Tool One Handed Quick Grip Bar Clamp Wood Fast Woodworking...
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    NEW Perth to "South Oz" doesn't give enough...

    Perth to "South Oz" doesn't give enough information for a price.

    Here's what I would do:

    (1) Check Amazon for box dimensions and weight - I found them to be ‎74.5 x 37.5 x 27.5 cm; 13.22...
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    *shrug* For gluing, I use a silicone brush......

    *shrug*

    For gluing, I use a silicone brush... been going on the same one for ages, because the glue dries, you peel it off, and go again.

    Different story if it's for finishing/painting of...
  16. Thank you to all for the discussion to date -...

    Thank you to all for the discussion to date - there is much good information in here!

    I've just done a quick bit of googling around, and have seem to come across the fact that the Wynn...
  17. Yes, I have rejigged my layout, and the original...

    Yes, I have rejigged my layout, and the original office is giving way to a hand-tool room, with the larger, original space now dedicated as a machine shop.

    Layout for that has been redesigned...
  18. Exactly what I was thinking. Preferably with an...

    Exactly what I was thinking. Preferably with an older (but sharp) blade, and slow speed to avoid heat/rubber melting/buggering up the bandsaw blade
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    I am sure I am missing something, but I wish to...

    I am sure I am missing something, but I wish to double check please - when you hold the Festool track and rail square on a panel of timber you have purchased, and align the rail square against the...
  20. Thanks Chris and Bob for the answers, it's much...

    Thanks Chris and Bob for the answers, it's much appreciated.

    Chris, needless to say the highlighted quote above is something that is news to me - am I right in interpreting this to mean ClearVue...
  21. Thanks for all the information gents! One...

    Thanks for all the information gents!

    One little detail I neglected to check - if I am putting this in an internal enclosure inside the shed, running it through filters and venting internally...
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    If you still want to do it yourself, take a look...

    If you still want to do it yourself, take a look at FastCap SpeedTape: https://www.timbecon.com.au/fastcap-speedtape-adhesive-tape

    Use it in conjunction with a roller:...
  23. WANTED:QLD. It's a duplicate of this thread here: Luna W 59...

    It's a duplicate of this thread here: Luna W 59 Woodworking combination user manual

    The manual doesn't contain clear enough pictures to fulfil the users needs.
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    Welcome to the forums - they're a wealth of...

    Welcome to the forums - they're a wealth of information, but if you're not familiar with the layout and where everything is, easy to miss stuff.

    Pinned in the stickies at the top of this very...
  25. Having used a Parf guide to lay out a couple of...

    Having used a Parf guide to lay out a couple of tops, I would have thought that this method might not be accurate enough if the intended use of the top is to be able to cut accurately at 90 degrees,...
  26. First result in Google refers back to these very...

    First result in Google refers back to these very forums: Luna W and L series manual

    The attachment is still present and can be downloaded - I'm hoping this is the right unit?
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    I notice your drill press is between the Toolbox...

    I notice your drill press is between the Toolbox and something else (apologies, cannot read the label).

    This might be a bit painful if you have a large piece to drill into? Perhaps consider...
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    Super useful photos and example - because this also is part of my challenge - I need to get this in a 2.2m ceiling height. I had read that this was configurable, and had even gotten an addendum...
  29. Thank you very much indeed! It's interesting...

    Thank you very much indeed!

    It's interesting - here's the page from the manual I have:

    505437

    I've just realised I'm using the US manual - and have now found the AU manual, which is much...
  30. With many thanks for all the information and...

    With many thanks for all the information and feedback in this thread, I took some time (work got in the way too) and have done a complete redesign of the entire layout.

    I have but one remaining...
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    I was just taking a read of the brochure you...

    I was just taking a read of the brochure you linked, and came across this line of fine-print... "Although Corelight is a waterproof panel, we do not recommend or warrant Corelight for external...
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    My bookmarks list turned up two candidates: ...

    My bookmarks list turned up two candidates:

    https://cowdroy.com.au/media/Wetline_Flyer_outline_lowres.pdf

    Tricoya | The leader in modified wood timber technology

    These are not cheap products...
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    Agree with the above. The "aim low" attitude of...

    Agree with the above. The "aim low" attitude of many Australian retailers has had me gradually put company after company on my "Do not deal with" list.

    So - effectively, what the retailer is...
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    Probably quite correct, but I didn't want to take...

    Probably quite correct, but I didn't want to take a chance on minor settling/movement bowing out a wall panel. It still looks OK in my opinion, so I'm happy with the end result (note, the photo...
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    Portrait style, and if the height of a sheet is...

    Portrait style, and if the height of a sheet is not enough, another right on top.



    Not enough time has elapsed to comment



    15mm Okume ply from TradeMaster Joinery in Sydney
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    Chris, I will say at the outset that I haven't...

    Chris, I will say at the outset that I haven't bought any of this stuff, but I have seen it and it appears to be good stuff... but please check it carefully before buying: Architectural Birch Plywood...
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    I've also got a question to add to this thread if I may?

    What is the "standard" size for screws for 16mm chipboard/melamine? What about 18mm? 12mm? I'm talking in terms of screw gauge here, and...
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    Just my humble opinion for what it's worth... ...

    Just my humble opinion for what it's worth...

    Goods not fit for purpose, the ACCC says it's your choice of repair, replace, refund. Given that this is a replacement machine already, and set up by...
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    There's a page on Dennis' site where he lists...

    There's a page on Dennis' site where he lists sources for the materials (particularly the coloured MDF) here: Q & A Questions

    If those sources are no good (haven't checked them), try here: Stack...
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    NEW Was noted earlier this week:...

    Was noted earlier this week: https://www.woodworkforums.com/f171/bosch-pbd-40-bench-drill-218092/9#post2262314

    Doesn't detract from it being an awesome buy. IMO these are worth their regular...
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    See? Told ya I could be barking up the wrong...

    See? Told ya I could be barking up the wrong tree. I didn't realise it was non linear :(
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    You can get a version of these that suit 70mm...

    You can get a version of these that suit 70mm framing. But naturally, their thermal and acoustic performance is reduced accordingly. I don't have figures for acoustic performance, but the thermal...
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    I'll try go through your post to give you some...

    I'll try go through your post to give you some ideas on costs. Bear in mind prices now are not what they were then - my build began 2 years ago (what can I say, I'm time poor).

    Also, all the...
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    IMO if you cut the Insulshed, I don't think it'll...

    IMO if you cut the Insulshed, I don't think it'll be effective - it needs to be a continuous moisture barrier. Ours was installed by removing the external cladding, installing the Insulshed, and...
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    I can only tell you what we found when we pulled...

    I can only tell you what we found when we pulled the plywood off inside our shed - and in our case too there was a considerable gap between the metal outside wall of the shed and the back side of the...
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    Yes. I'm building framing structure in mine for...

    Yes. I'm building framing structure in mine for noise and thermal insulation, as well as having a solid structure to hang things off.



    I would advise against this - if there is any...
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    When we moved into our new place a few years ago,...

    When we moved into our new place a few years ago, the folks that had it prior to ourselves had a colourbond shed, and had used the purlins to affix plywood to the walls which they then painted.
    ...
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    I'll throw this out there with a word of caution...

    I'll throw this out there with a word of caution in advance - whilst I use this tool a bit to test suspicious files and/or links, *NOTHING* is guaranteed, but checking a link or download through up...
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    You can use a freight forwarder in the USA, it...

    You can use a freight forwarder in the USA, it will often save a considerable portion of the shipping when faced with exorbitant costs like this.

    I used to use US to OZ (US to OZ - Shipping to...
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    We use an insurance broker in Perth by the name...

    We use an insurance broker in Perth by the name of Cowden's. We run our business (non woodworking) from home, and they have no issue with giving us business, and home and contents insurance each...
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