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  1. Thread: Veneer Packs

    by Treecycle
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    No experience with that company but did you see...

    No experience with that company but did you see these as an option?
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    If you use a slitting disc...

    If you use a slitting disc in the grinder, not a grinding wheel they will cut off fine, just won't be as straight on the end as Bob's method with the tablesaw but easy to true up with a file before...
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    Getting to the back of the bearing through the...

    Getting to the back of the bearing through the other bearing with a length of steel or brass bar is the way to go to get the first one out. Use the largest bar you have that will fit through the...
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    Might be best not to remove the exiting tenon as...

    Might be best not to remove the exiting tenon as it will give you a good starting point for the alignment with the headstock. Providing the bottom of the tenon has been machined flat and not a rough...
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    Nice gift and usual MIK quality.

    Nice gift and usual MIK quality.
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    That is certainly an unusual kit. Nicely made...

    That is certainly an unusual kit. Nicely made with good thoughts behind it.
  7. Looking forward to your impression of the...

    Looking forward to your impression of the replacement unit. Have they just sent you another one with the same problem or was yours for some unknown reason manufactured incorrectly.:~
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    Jabba hasn't been on here since July 2012 so you...

    Jabba hasn't been on here since July 2012 so you might be struggling to get a reply.
    I see you have asked the question in numerous places on the web but all are very old threads. As suggested on...
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    I had exactly the same problem a few years ago...

    I had exactly the same problem a few years ago where I was trying to rip a thick piece of Blackwood with a high tooth count blade. Didn't get far and lots of smoke.
    I asked my saw sharpening guy...
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    Still not back yet?

    Still not back yet?
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    I brought a head from Woodcraft Supplies as...

    I brought a head from Woodcraft Supplies as others have. Mine was for a 6" Carbatec Jointer and was the CTS brand, the same brand twosheds brought. They were very knowledgeable and good to deal with....
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    If you were able to machine the width to 32.2mm...

    If you were able to machine the width to 32.2mm it would certainly be adequate for aligning the tailstock on that particular lathe. If you can make it a neater fit it will be even better.
    How thick...
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    Welcome Sam. Hopefully you get some info from...

    Welcome Sam. Hopefully you get some info from here and get you on the right track. Please show us some of your things when you make them so we can watch your journey.
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    Welcome wolfman. If you like making smaller...

    Welcome wolfman. If you like making smaller things then a craft market might be your best prospect. Be good to see some of the things you make in the future.
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    ereplacementparts does ship here even if it is...

    ereplacementparts does ship here even if it is out of stock at the moment.

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    Or you could use a Line Level (not sure what they...

    Or you could use a Line Level (not sure what they are called in your country) as shown here. Just start from the highest point you want your house at and proceed as per apple8 instructions. Just do...
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    Here's...

    Here's another one but is on back order saying it will be available 03/09/2021 but I assume that is the American way of writing the date so will probably be available next month.
    Another one here....
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    Another great build there Crowie. Are the wheels...

    Another great build there Crowie. Are the wheels still coming from that big order of parts you did a few years ago or have you topped up since then?
  19. Some people obviously think they are alright...

    Some people obviously think they are alright
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    A Pin Nailer is used mainly for holding timber in...

    A Pin Nailer is used mainly for holding timber in place when no load is applied as not having a head there is nothing to stop the timber from being pulled off the nail, but a bit of friction and the...
  21. Some people seem to have trouble and others don't...

    Some people seem to have trouble and others don't so I don't know if that is luck or weather it's the way they are treated. I have had an MOF001 for about 10 years and within the first 2 years I had...
  22. Is there any model No. on your machine? Does this...

    Is there any model No. on your machine? Does this video help in any way?
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    You can use the centre points that are used for...

    You can use the centre points that are used for transferring dowel holes to their mating surface if they suit the diameter of your hinge.
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    A bit more discussion here too and a video on it....
  24. Looks very nice. Should become an heirloom.

    Looks very nice. Should become an heirloom.
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    If you read through this...

    If you read through this thread there are a couple of members who own these and you could contact them through a PM if needed.
    If you get to the last reply in the thread it says that the cutter head...
  26. Jonathan Katz-Moses...

    Jonathan Katz-Moses also does a comparison which includes some ceramic discs.

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    Just about the right time of year for them. Do...

    Just about the right time of year for them. Do you rough out these toys and then clean them up with a router and template?
    What dia are the wheels you have been using on all these latest instalments...
  28. This...

    This may help you to get a good appreciation of what's available and which ones perform better.
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    Not advocating this...

    Not advocating this particular lathe but it gives you an idea of the difference between what you are looking at and what a reasonable lathe design should be. As others have said, cast iron bed,...
  30. Thread: P4tt

    by Treecycle
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    Very generous contribution by you both. Great...

    Very generous contribution by you both. Great Aussie colours.
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    Thanks for the comprehensive description of your...

    Thanks for the comprehensive description of your works. Sounds like plenty of variety in your offerings and I look forward to seeing some of them when you get your head around how to post your...
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    You cannot insert the morse taper deeper than...

    You cannot insert the morse taper deeper than originally installed. When you say you were able to turn the chuck and it went in further, that would be because there is a drive tang on the end of the...
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    Welcome to the forum Rob. What kind of products...

    Welcome to the forum Rob. What kind of products does your business produce?
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    HEADS UP Agreed, doesn't appear to be near as fast as it...

    Agreed, doesn't appear to be near as fast as it used to be and some pages take a long, long time to load. Seems to be slow since the day it all went down.
  35. What RPM are you running the lathe at when...

    What RPM are you running the lathe at when turning your blanks? The slower it is the more likely it is for a chisel to catch in the wood and stop it turning.
    It would be a good idea to get something...
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    I agree. I have had a tablsaw with a universal...

    I agree. I have had a tablsaw with a universal motor, a Ryobi Thicknesser with one and now have the Sherwood spiral head Thicknesser with one and they have all been loud. Yes the spiral head will cut...
  37. Be interested to hear what you get back from...

    Be interested to hear what you get back from Timbecon regarding the anti kickback pawls as I noticed the same thing. Very hard to get a board started past them and if trying to use the centre section...
  38. Thread: Pws

    by Treecycle
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    Pws

    I saw a thread on here recently outlining delivery problems with PWS but I can't find it now, or it has been removed for some good reason.
    Below is an email I received from them this morning and I...
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    Can't beat Huon Pine with eyes.

    Can't beat Huon Pine with eyes.
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    Once you have been making pens for a while you...

    Once you have been making pens for a while you should find that you rarely have to buy blanks. I tend to acquire chunks of nice wood which I cut up into blanks through the Bandsaw and end up with...
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    I have only made the Elegant Beauty's and not the...

    I have only made the Elegant Beauty's and not the Lucinda's. The EB I used to sell for between $30 - $35 but the kits were fairly cheap then compared to now.
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    Some of those kits do command a premium price and...

    Some of those kits do command a premium price and unless you have a good outlet for them I find it hard to outlay the cost. If being made for gifts it doesn't matter, but if you are trying to sell...
  43. I had to tweak the tables on mine too but wasn't...

    I had to tweak the tables on mine too but wasn't spoilt like you and get 2 Torx drivers. The sticker on the top is not quite right saying its 5/32" per rev which is very close to 2mm, but its...
  44. I recently brought one of these and the first...

    I recently brought one of these and the first thing I noticed was that the chip extractor chute had a 50mm outlet with an adaptor to fit the 100mm hose which seemed backwards to me. I thought it...
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    What medium is he working through, Ebay, Gumtree...

    What medium is he working through, Ebay, Gumtree or some where else?
    Is that Balwyn North Vic or another state?
    Thanks for the heads up.
  46. Australia doesn't have a distributor at the...

    Australia doesn't have a distributor at the moment so no spare parts and no routers available. I have been told that Carbatec is picking them up again but I'm not sure when.
  47. A couple of places if it turns out to be a...

    A couple of places if it turns out to be a damaged speed controller are:
    TritontoolsUK
    Tool Spare Online
    You won't find any for sale in Aus.
    Might be worth removing the brushes and checking they...
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    Have you caught up with the livestreams...

    Have you caught up with the livestreams that Col has been doing on Sunday mornings and can be watched again on Youtube afterwards. He has lots of good information on box design and execution.
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    Is the tool in this...

    Is the tool in this video what you are supposed to have for the Aldi machine?
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    Another unique contribution Paul. I think I like...

    Another unique contribution Paul. I think I like the first one more with less resin in the lid. The blue Perlex always looks good in my opinion.
    I have a piece of Blackwood sitting on my bench that...
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