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    I am beginning to think a travelling overhead...

    I am beginning to think a travelling overhead crane with forward/reverse or up/down on a stationary crane.

    Regards
    paul
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    Pete I'm speechless. Well, not quite or I...

    Pete

    I'm speechless. Well, not quite or I wouldn't be replying. That is fabulous. I like that it is incorporated with light walls or else the whole effect would have been overpowering. I once made...
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    Matt I agree with CK but looks will improve...

    Matt

    I agree with CK but looks will improve depending on how you transition the stem into the bulb.

    Regards
    Paul
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    Thanks for that extract Pete I wonder if Brad...

    Thanks for that extract Pete

    I wonder if Brad (Forum member "Ironwood") knew about this. Probably not or he might have chosen a Forum name of "Camel Poison" instead.

    :wink:

    Interesting that...
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    texx I looked at the website, but the video...

    texx

    I looked at the website, but the video did not allow close ups of the mill. Then I went to google images, clicked on the first pic and scrolled through using the arrows. I saw the rails...
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    Warb Although I have taken a quote from your...

    Warb

    Although I have taken a quote from your post, I am also addressing Gordon, the OP.

    One of the issues I struggle with is that we tend to recommend either what we have, as if it must be the...
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    In the tender light of day I re-oriented the pic...

    In the tender light of day I re-oriented the pic so it was a little easier to see what is going on:

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    The lower part of the guard has a simple and gentle curve, the horns are "blocky" (as...
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    Rob You may be lucky and get away with a patch...

    Rob

    You may be lucky and get away with a patch job, but long term with a water tank you need security. Concrete tanks should always maintain at least a small "bank" of water in the bottom and...
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    anemul Welcome to the Forum. Identifying...

    anemul

    Welcome to the Forum.

    Identifying hand saws with Warranted Superior medallion is fraught with difficulty. Disston did tend to use their "Keystone" symbol but also used the eagle. The...
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    Pete That prediction is a little disturbing...

    Pete

    That prediction is a little disturbing given that here in QLD cases reported per day have escalated from 500 to 5000 to 10000 today over the course of a week and that may only be the reported...
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    Doug I agree that bench looks as though it is...

    Doug

    I agree that bench looks as though it is a smaller size and made of pine so a strong man in his latter years might lift one end with a single finger :cool:.

    However, if we consider a 2.4m...
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    For anybody that's interested :wink: : Method...

    For anybody that's interested :wink: :

    Method of combining wheels and lockability

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    We probably focus on placing the wheels on the fixed leg components. This is the opposite approach....
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    I have heard the efficacy of that technique...

    I have heard the efficacy of that technique likened to tying a condom around the testicles.

    Regards
    Paul
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    Siggykc Iam am using the "country" license of...

    Siggykc

    Iam am using the "country" license of local. We are 80Km from Toowoomba, but regard it as nearby.:D

    I first became aware of Frank Wiesner from an AWR article years ago and then I was in...
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    Frank Wiesner was another legend, a wooden thread...

    Frank Wiesner was another legend, a wooden thread specialist and almost local to where we are.

    Frank Wiesner, living treasure - FineWoodworking

    Regards
    Paul
  16. Ian I note that Robert built the house he...

    Ian

    I note that Robert built the house he lives in so he may well have a bit of machinery: Assuming he was hands on as opposed to the "Project manager."

    Regards
    Paul
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    Ian That's a wonderful story. Regards Paul

    Ian

    That's a wonderful story.

    Regards
    Paul
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    Ian I remember seeing you comparing the Cosman...

    Ian

    I remember seeing you comparing the Cosman saw with yours (the Brissy show) as I just chanced by. The stand owner was not "bubbly" about it.

    Regards
    Paul
  19. Welcome Robert I am intrigued by your project...

    Welcome Robert

    I am intrigued by your project in so far as I had not appreciated you could buy beds that size. We have a largish bed, which over here is termed a "king" size, but is equivalent to...
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    Try this: headband magnifier head wearing...

    Try this:

    headband magnifier head wearing jeweler reading magnifying glass loupe optivisor | eBay

    At least four suppliers, although not the seller we used. Just check that the lens are glass.
    ...
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    Optivisor can't be faulted, but are a little...

    Optivisor can't be faulted, but are a little expensive.

    This is a good alternative, comes with a selection of glass lenses (glass is much better than plastic for this purpose) and is relatively...
  22. I would go with Ian's suggestion of a knife blade...

    I would go with Ian's suggestion of a knife blade in a jigsaw (cheaper than a bandsaw blade). Like the Chief, I too have seen Clark Rubber in action with a knife blade in a jigsaw. I have used one...
  23. You will never guess.... working again and won't...

    You will never guess.... working again and won't be home in time. Without trying to sound like Con the Fruiterer. Always working, working, working....

    Regards
    Paul

    PS: Was it Con the Fruiterer?
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    Jimhanna Your experience echoes a similar one...

    Jimhanna

    Your experience echoes a similar one to me:

    Accurate Drill Locator - No (woodworkforums.com)

    I would be interested to know the company that sold it. There are several companies that...
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    Pete If your cooper's plane is anything like...

    Pete

    If your cooper's plane is anything like your horizontal Langstroth hives, it will be the bees' knees.

    Regards
    Paul

    PS: Matt's plane did come up very well. I would have given it a...
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    Delbs It is not really hard to find with...

    Delbs

    It is not really hard to find with Disston hand saws. The Disstonian Institute is extremely helpful for all Disston saw information. Go to this link and scroll down to the 1896 - 1917...
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    MA Two good restorations and two good saves....

    MA

    Two good restorations and two good saves. Although I prefer the second saw from an aesthetical standpoint, the open handle resto is remarkable going from that Ebay pic. The closed handle saw is...
  28. Wattle she do next? Regards Paul PS. Nice...

    Wattle she do next?

    Regards
    Paul

    PS. Nice pen Sal. Very understated. I was looking at the dark slim lines in the timber and wondered if they are medullary rays. All timber has them but only in...
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    Ditto Regards Paul

    Ditto

    Regards
    Paul
  30. RSG I was going to say that! :) Earlier...

    RSG

    I was going to say that!

    :)

    Earlier replies spoke of cheap brushes and expensive brushes. It is not worth cleaning the cheapies, but the better brushes are too expensive to simply...
  31. Interesting discussion. I have asked a similar...

    Interesting discussion.

    I have asked a similar question myself just recently to The Spin Doctor except, if anything, my situation is more extreme in that I don't use a mobile phone at all. When...
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    Picko At the time I used bearings that I had....

    Picko

    At the time I used bearings that I had. They were larger than ideal and I have since obtained smaller bearing, but have not had the time, or inclination, to swap them out.

    Regards
    Paul
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    haveabeer You are absolutely right there. The...

    haveabeer

    You are absolutely right there. The dynamic has been totally reversed. In fact we were discussing these aspects the other day. We worked on Christmas night and Boxing Day night and,...
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    Pete Up this way native bees are an option:...

    Pete

    Up this way native bees are an option: Something I wish to pursue, but have only investigated a little. There are two native bee hives (as in made by humans) within a hundred meters of our...
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    haveabeer69 is in the industry so really much of...

    haveabeer69 is in the industry so really much of the following is information for those of us that just "use" electricity.

    The various compulsory requirements and the ancillary services available...
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    Picko In case it is of any help, this...

    Picko

    In case it is of any help, this is the reference to which Matt is referring.

    Regards
    Paul
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    OW And all the best to you too. However, you...

    OW

    And all the best to you too. However, you may be the only one who is sane.

    :wink:

    Regards
    Paul
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    Beardy You have reminded me that there were...

    Beardy

    You have reminded me that there were some assertions in Rosie's presentation that I would contend. Before I make mention I would also say that she somewhere said there were a range of...
  39. I won't be able to make the Jabber. Working again...

    I won't be able to make the Jabber. Working again :( keeping your beer fridge on line :D.

    All the best to my visual mates.

    Regards
    Paul
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    Can't make this one. Working. All the best for...

    Can't make this one. Working. All the best for the festive period.

    Regards
    Paul
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    Beardy I think the point of her analysis was...

    Beardy

    I think the point of her analysis was to explain how the costs associated with renewables, which were once a tremendous barrier to their implementation, are now largely a thing of the past....
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    Turbine Bypasses are a very useful feature, but...

    Turbine Bypasses are a very useful feature, but we had better explain for the benefit of those outside the industry. It is a feature that allows warming of the boiler components up to the bypass...
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    WP I think we now have a clue as to who grew...

    WP

    I think we now have a clue as to who grew up watching Star Trek and the like.

    :)

    Regards
    Paul
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    Thanks Chief I thought that was the case, but...

    Thanks Chief

    I thought that was the case, but it is good to have confirmation.

    Regards
    Paul
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    WB That set me thinking. Why would that be?...

    WB

    That set me thinking. Why would that be? Then I realised that 15 years ago the brown coal power stations of Victoria were in full swing. The Unions would have seen it as a threat to the revenue...
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    Ian

    Terry has always had a number of planes available in timbers other than Gidgee (in the early days Ironwood was the go to material, but he rarely uses it now) and they are quite a diverse...
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    Thanks Mick I read as much as I could and now...

    Thanks Mick

    I read as much as I could and now I have a headache!

    :D

    My take is that there is much conjecture about B12 and much that is unknown, which is compounded by contradictory results:...
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    Alex Apologies and shame on me for suggesting...

    Alex

    Apologies and shame on me for suggesting such a thing. I am trying to keep a lid on my cynical side, but it's just not working!

    Regards
    Paul
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    WP I am very interested to know more details...

    WP

    I am very interested to know more details of these backers/investors. What do they say? Follow the money.

    Regards
    Paul
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    Ian A couple of issues there and it may well...

    Ian

    A couple of issues there and it may well be my fault for the first issue: That price, which was seen in SA, only happens rarely and my point was it was during the day. I don't know how often,...
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