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    I'll have to look into that. This current smart...

    I'll have to look into that. This current smart phone I have will usually need atleast 1 charge per 24 hrs depending on how much use.
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    I'm intrigued to know where you're still buying...

    I'm intrigued to know where you're still buying new Nokias from? I tried to buy one 3 or so years ago and was told then they hadn't been made in years.
  3. Thread: New lathe advice

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    As everyone has suggested, go along to a short...

    As everyone has suggested, go along to a short course or club. Being in Melbourne, head to the timber and working with wood show, I think the Record stall are doing turning classes this year.

    And...
  4. Thread: OF1400 Help

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    I had been wondering if it's the outside rail...

    I had been wondering if it's the outside rail that is the issue here. Seeing as the tracksaw worked ok on the inner rail, I'm thinking that might be the case.
  5. Thread: OF1400 Help

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    Yep, you can. I haven't done it myself with the...

    Yep, you can. I haven't done it myself with the Makita tracks but they are interchangeable with Festool tracks. You just need to adjust the distance between the 2 rails guides, or you can use it with...
  6. Definite no go. High power items need to be on...

    Definite no go. High power items need to be on their own circuit. As mentioned above, if there's an internal powerpoint on the same wall, that can probably used to provide power.
  7. Thread: 10 years ago

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    Any joint is weak when the person doing it...

    Any joint is weak when the person doing it doesn't know what they are doing.
  8. Very nice job. It's good to see somebody doing a...

    Very nice job. It's good to see somebody doing a traditional table build.
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    They were selling lunch boxes at one point....

    They were selling lunch boxes at one point. Didn't cost that much though.
  10. The toy repair man's tool box in Toy Story has...

    The toy repair man's tool box in Toy Story has always been an inspiration for me.
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    Check out Ag suppliers. My father in law uses 2"...

    Check out Ag suppliers. My father in law uses 2" flexi hose on some of his farm machinery and gets it from a local Ag supplier. I'm not sure on price but quality is good.
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    While there's a discussion on PVC ducting, I'd...

    While there's a discussion on PVC ducting, I'd like to ask about using it as I've been told PVC is susceptible to static electricity and when you have wood dust flowing through it, that's a nice...
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    It's a general rule of thhumb that timber decking...

    It's a general rule of thhumb that timber decking is recoated every six months, usually Autumn and Spring.

    Depending on if it's a bit rough, yes give it a sand, a good clean and recoat will have...
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    N.S.W. If they're still usable, atleast send them to an...

    If they're still usable, atleast send them to an opp shop.
  15. Thread: Track Saw Tips

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    Thanks for sharing. Some very clever ideas in...

    Thanks for sharing. Some very clever ideas in that video.
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    I was told use cooking oil, which I have done but...

    I was told use cooking oil, which I have done but a previous coworker told me last year that coconut oil is the way to go. It is a natural anti-bacteria.
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    Cool, thanks Aldav. I know it was a bit of a...

    Cool, thanks Aldav. I know it was a bit of a simpleton question but it wasn't really clear on the webpage. Thanks heaps for the help.
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    Thanks guys for the help. Aldav, to use that...

    Thanks guys for the help.

    Aldav, to use that base, do I simply have to unscrew the current hardboard base and screw that one on in its' place?
  19. Great job there Crowie. A technical build that...

    Great job there Crowie. A technical build that you must have had real patience to complete.
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    Festool OF 1400 and a guide bushing adapter

    Hi all,

    I use my OF 1400 for handheld router use and recently purchased the Rockler Sign maker's Template kits and went to use it yesterday only to discover the guide bush doesn't fit the router....
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    Very nice job. Can I ask where you gotthe lid...

    Very nice job. Can I ask where you gotthe lid supports from? I'm currently making a blanket box myself, a little different though and struggling to find someone that sells them in Australia.
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    Whenever they show interest is my advice. Obviously you need to work out what is safe for them to do, but I've had my 4yo and 18mo both help with doing up screws by hand. It took a lot longer but...
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    Very good to watch. Thankyou for sharing.

    Very good to watch. Thankyou for sharing.
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    Paint shop for white cotton rags. Op shop for...

    Paint shop for white cotton rags. Op shop for multi coloured.
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    Try Bowens.

    Try Bowens.
  26. Bowens will be able to source it for you. Most of...

    Bowens will be able to source it for you. Most of their stores probably even stock it in standard sizes, ask for L.O.S.P.
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    If left a little open, they can be pulled open,...

    If left a little open, they can be pulled open, with effort. It's how I used to get into Mum and Dad's when I forgot my keys.
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    The blue dye is not deep at all and removing a...

    The blue dye is not deep at all and removing a few mm should get rid of it.

    I'd say it's safe to use in furniture, but not anything to do with food.

    I'd also suggest after you've bought it,...
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    Sounds more like a ship lap. Try building salvage...

    Sounds more like a ship lap. Try building salvage yards.
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    Thanks for the feed back. I'm still not sure...

    Thanks for the feed back. I'm still not sure which one as yet, but it's good to have someone with firsthand experience share their thoughts.
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    Hi Spyro, I'm looking at getting a bandsaw soon...

    Hi Spyro, I'm looking at getting a bandsaw soon myself.
    How have you found the Sherwood?
    Does the fence lock solid, or is there a bit of slop?
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    Very, very nice work. Well done.

    Very, very nice work. Well done.
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    Great times ahead. Enjoy the time together and...

    Great times ahead. Enjoy the time together and let him loose enough to make his own mistakes, but not so loose that causes injury.
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    VICTORIA Hi ERN. I'll take it. I'll pm later when I get...

    Hi ERN. I'll take it. I'll pm later when I get home.
  35. Thread: Ladder chair

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    Very well made and good beginner project. Well...

    Very well made and good beginner project. Well done Spyro.
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    CLAIMED I'm in.

    I'm in.
  37. Thread: Coffee table

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    Very nice Derek. I'm sure your son and his...

    Very nice Derek. I'm sure your son and his girlfriend will enjoy the upgrade from ikea furniture.
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    I'm intrigued to hear from others aswell. Like...

    I'm intrigued to hear from others aswell. Like you I throw small bits of manufactured material in the general waste, but with burnable stuff I give to my in-laws for kindling. Otherwise it's just...
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    CLAIMED I'm in.

    I'm in.
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    I've got the RP2301FC in my router table. I'm...

    I've got the RP2301FC in my router table. I'm happy with changing bits under the table (for now anyway).

    The RP2301FC also comes with a really long screw intended to be used for table mounted...
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    Hi Greg, welcome to the forums. I bought the...

    Hi Greg, welcome to the forums.
    I bought the full size top and fence, can't remember the sizes right now.
    I have used it for a few small projects so far and very happy with it.
    I haven't posted...
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    I'd have to say it's during the application...

    I'd have to say it's during the application process, while there's vapours and such. Once it's dry it shouldn't be a problem, otherwise they wouldn't be allowed to sell it.

    My advice is while...
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    Time to change my plans a bit then. Thanks for...

    Time to change my plans a bit then. Thanks for the advice.
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    So with storing the bits in plywood, you guys had...

    So with storing the bits in plywood, you guys had rust issues?
    I'm just intrigued because I'm in the process of building a router table and would rather change the material now, before all my...
  45. If the red blade is Diablo, I've found them to be...

    If the red blade is Diablo, I've found them to be unreliable for accurate cuts. Both blades do look like a sharpen wouldn't go astray.
  46. Thread: ply/mdf sheets

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    Head to a timber yard and ask for packing sheets....

    Head to a timber yard and ask for packing sheets. Most are willing to do a good deal.
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    Very nice. You've done a great job.

    Very nice. You've done a great job.
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    Very nice. Good way to use offcuts and minimise...

    Very nice. Good way to use offcuts and minimise waste. Plus make a little pocket money to buy more stuff. Win-win-win-win. Who could complain about so much winning.
  49. Very nice job done there. Well done.

    Very nice job done there. Well done.
  50. Thread: Type?

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    I'd say red gum. Is it really fine saw dust that...

    I'd say red gum. Is it really fine saw dust that comes off it?
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