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  1. Another word which causes problems is if you ask...

    Another word which causes problems is if you ask for a router.
    If you can see this a router has been used.
    I have a reply in another thread where I have used a different router.

    Just remember...
  2. Thread: Colonoscopy

    by Handyjack
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    Here the government sends you a test kit, but I...

    Here the government sends you a test kit, but I can never get around to doing it.
    I have had two colonoscopies though.
    After the first I was bouncing off the walls that night. The following night I...
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    That correct. If only I had known earlier. :doh:

    That correct. If only I had known earlier. :doh:
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    Another I can't remove the bit thread

    Today I had trouble removing a bit from my Festool OF 1400 router. For some reason the green ratchet button would not press for me to undo the bit.

    I could and did get the bit out using two...
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    I have two Makita jigsaws. One was bought in...

    I have two Makita jigsaws.
    One was bought in 1990. Variable speed but otherwise nothing fancy. Sort of does the job but does not get pulled out of the box often. It is corded so may not see the...
  6. English is a funny language and at the risk of...

    English is a funny language and at the risk of being banned here are a couple.

    Rubber - just be careful where you mention this. Some might turn red, some beliefs will ban it and others want to...
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    I actually needed to round over a piece of hard...

    I actually needed to round over a piece of hard wood so recorded some images of the work.
    The piece before starting. 463114
    Nice square and sharp edges.

    463115463116
    Round over bit with...
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    Use a router with a round over bit. Set it up and...

    Use a router with a round over bit. Set it up and check on a piece of scrap and adjust if required. You do not need a table for this job, just a solid surface to put your stock on.

    If you do not...
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    Festool Kapex

    Seen on internet.
    Festool Ks60e
    I have not seen the item so cannot comment on its actual condition.
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    At the hardware store I asked the assistant to...

    At the hardware store I asked the assistant to show me the shovels. After taking me to the aisle he said "take your pick". :doh: "But I came in for a shovel!"
  11. I have been fortunate enough to use a router...

    I have been fortunate enough to use a router table with an Incra positioner to know how good it can be.
    Like others I lack space for a router table, let alone want to spend the money on a good set...
  12. Lots of rock and other tooth breaking goodies...

    Lots of rock and other tooth breaking goodies there.

    My guess is two bags. Can we enter?
  13. Thread: Gold Toilet

    by Handyjack
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    And I thought they had the missing gold toilet.

    And I thought they had the missing gold toilet.
  14. While I would love to bid on the Incra router...

    While I would love to bid on the Incra router table and positioner, getting it to Melbourne would not be practicable (let alone finding floor space for it).

    All the best with the auctions.

    Hope...
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    Item is no longer available - sold.

    Item is no longer available - sold.
  16. Another excellent build by Handy and Crowie. It...

    Another excellent build by Handy and Crowie. It might be a Ford but I bet it is a Peterbuilt.

    Just imagine the funds that could be raised if the competition was also run on the internet.
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    ...and they ate them alive. Well Done! Glad the...

    ...and they ate them alive.
    Well Done! Glad the Victorian team are premiers.
    Now we need Melbourne Storm to make and win the NRL Grand Final.
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    Keith, I am getting on board for this build. The...

    Keith, I am getting on board for this build.
    The engine looks typical of engines for the period. My guess is it is similar to many Baldwin products with inside motion operating via rockers, outside...
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    Clear strip. Bought 5m but only used 0.8m.

    Clear strip. Bought 5m but only used 0.8m.
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    Festool Domino

    Just seen this. Festool Df500q
    I have not physically seen the item so can not comment on its actual condition or what parts may be missing. Delivery is an option.
    If you are interested I would...
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    Strange, the length of splinter guard that I...

    Strange, the length of splinter guard that I replaced years ago is still stuck on. I don't think I did any special preparation either.
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    You put a new spin on saying "train" or "model"...

    You put a new spin on saying "train" or "model" room.
    At least your steam engines are scale models, I prefer to play with the 1000mm:1metre version which I can't bring inside.
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    You need to decide on a balance of convenience,...

    You need to decide on a balance of convenience, cost and quality along with being comfortable with the staff you deal with.
    The cheapest may not be the best, nor the most expensive. Hope you have a...
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    Probably have not been there for a few years but...

    Probably have not been there for a few years but my son would have been there in the last twelve months for a quote. I found the amagroupsolutions web site just now to be not user friendly.
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    I have been happy with Inkerman Panels in St...

    I have been happy with Inkerman Panels in St Kilda. I have had both insurance work and private done.
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    Well Done!

    An outstanding build :2tsup: by a master craftsman. Starting at ground level with sleepers and rails, there is not only a well detailed engine (and tender) but a carriage as well.
    The speed of the...
  27. Thread: Locomotive

    by Handyjack
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    It has come up a treat. You have the essentials...

    It has come up a treat. You have the essentials on the backhead (in the cab), the (water) gauge glass and pressure gauge.
  28. Well done Handy and Crowie. Hope the fund raiser...

    Well done Handy and Crowie.
    Hope the fund raiser is a success.
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    I would rather have the ads than paying to...

    I would rather have the ads than paying to subscribe.

    If there was a subscription it would be harder to attract new members.
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    QUEENSLAND While you may consider your price good, I can get...

    While you may consider your price good, I can get a new Kreg plate and set of rings from Carbatec for $ 164. Ok I would still need to pay postage or pick up.

    What size is your plate, width x depth...
  31. Thread: Cows

    by Handyjack
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    What do you call a cow with no legs? Does not...

    What do you call a cow with no legs?

    Does not matter. They are not going to come to you.
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    Love the build. I wonder how many cows you will...

    Love the build.
    I wonder how many cows you will catch with your cow catcher? :?
    The wheel guides are called flanges.
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    Thank you Lappa. I had an extra part in the box...

    Thank you Lappa. I had an extra part in the box of a recently purchased second hand router. Now I know which make and model it is for.
    Tonyz please contact me.
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    I have a Makita 18v DJR186. Does the job but it...

    I have a Makita 18v DJR186. Does the job but it will drain the battery. (Two 3Ah batteries in about 90 minutes of stop start cutting.)
    I Have used it for demolishing a pergola, trimming/cutting down...
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    Like you said, once you are in a platform of...

    Like you said, once you are in a platform of battery and charger, you are more likely to buy that make for other tools.
  36. ...And last year. I wonder if they will have...

    ...And last year.
    I wonder if they will have stock of what I want though?
  37. Thread: Guide Bushes

    by Handyjack
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    Also available locally....

    Also available locally. https://www.idealtools.com.au/product/festool-of-1400-guide-bushing-adaptor-by-festool/
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    Without knowing how you are fully doing your...

    Without knowing how you are fully doing your mortise, I always think of it as waste removal. I would think what is the quickest and easiest way to remove the bulk of the waste before picking up a...
  39. I noticed that as well. The venue, Building 4 is...

    I noticed that as well. The venue, Building 4 is diagonally opposite gates 5 & 7, at the other side of the Showgrounds.
    I think what he was trying to say (but not clearly) was entry from the car...
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    Is it possible that it works the same way as a...

    Is it possible that it works the same way as a double hung sash window, only using the mechanism for the bottom sash?
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    N.S.W. I guess then the Systainer is the old style with...

    I guess then the Systainer is the old style with clips rather than the current T Loc.

    I have recently purchased this model second hand and after buying replacement parts for those damaged or...
  42. When using sandpaper, start at the lowest number...

    When using sandpaper, start at the lowest number and work through to the higher number.
    Whether you start at 120 or 180 will depend on the condition at start, the desired finish and also your...
  43. If you include a link, forum users will be able...

    If you include a link, forum users will be able to see the listing easily.
  44. Thread: Locomotive

    by Handyjack
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    Nice looking turn of the century 4-6-0 tender...

    Nice looking turn of the century 4-6-0 tender engine.
    4-6-0 in 'Whyte notation' Whyte notation - Wikipedia indicates 4 pilot wheels, 6 driving wheels and 0 trailing wheels (under the firebox & cab)....
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    I see there is no vacuum cleaner / dust extractor...

    I see there is no vacuum cleaner / dust extractor listed so you must be keeping some of the good gear to keep using.
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    Please send the window cleaner to me. My windows...

    Please send the window cleaner to me. My windows need cleaning and I am too busy to do it my self. Hope they are not afraid of heights or are able to reach high up with tools from ground.
  47. Thread: Locomotive

    by Handyjack
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    It does not matter where you start, but that you...

    It does not matter where you start, but that you get to your destination.

    I see the engine is a ?-6-?, my guess is a 4-6-0.

    Look forward to more of the build.
  48. Interesting project. While I am not directly...

    Interesting project.
    While I am not directly involved, I have been watching parts of the Great Melbourne Telescope being rebuilt. Great Melbourne Telescope - Wikipedia A large part of the lattice...
  49. Only one image of a Systainer. You could at least...

    Only one image of a Systainer. You could at least show the contents in the Systainer.

    I would give it a miss unless able to see the item in person.
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    Not sure about your individual situation, nor...

    Not sure about your individual situation, nor that of BobL or taz01, but I would start drilling perpendicular to the surface (in the case of a wall - horizontal), then adjust the drill to the desired...
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