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  1. That's also a long standing practice for any...

    That's also a long standing practice for any company with an IT room, going back to the 1970s. I forget how frequently we used to run a drill – probably every 3 months. Presumably they make more use...
  2. When the hair grows back. Should be about 3mm...

    When the hair grows back. Should be about 3mm long for best results.
  3. Yeah, when I saw that you'd read the thread I was...

    Yeah, when I saw that you'd read the thread I was nearly going to post "And this is your fault Hodgo!" :D

    I did consider about sawdust sticking to the grease, and then I thought, meh, I can just...
  4. DeWALT DWE7491-XE clunking/grinding sound when winding blade down

    I have a DeWALT DWE7491-XE and as I recall, I have never taken the blade off. Recently I did this to take a couple of measurements and pics. Ever since then when I wind the blade down it grumbles all...
  5. Today I received an SMS from Energy Australia...

    Today I received an SMS from Energy Australia reminding me I had to pay my bill by 5th Sept. This means they haven't done what they said they would about cancelling all bills. That means I have just...
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    Used to be Timberbits, but they don't carry them...

    Used to be Timberbits, but they don't carry them now.
    StopLoss Bags – 4 Pack | Fiddes Australia

    I'm currently researching what AliExpress have (given that Stoploss are made in China). They have...
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    Stoploss bags will allow you to get perhaps 2...

    Stoploss bags will allow you to get perhaps 2 years out of a can. I recently pushed it 3 years but there seems to be an issue with the Whittle HWO drying – it did eventually but took a couple of...
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    Yep. It'll look wonderful for....phwooaa....a...

    Yep.

    It'll look wonderful for....phwooaa....a week...two? After that it'll start looking like a beat up work bench (or at least it should), and you'll soon tire of pouring on expensive finish to...
  9. His Enormousness might.

    His Enormousness might.
  10. Solar Panels are not required...

    Solar Panels are not required. That's why the future of H2 is so big (as long as it's green). It's pretty much go anywhere with a big enough tank. Now on container ships you can add a huge amount of...
  11. As I understand it, the hydrogen is used to...

    As I understand it, the hydrogen is used to generate electricity in an EV, so no ICE as such
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    An heroic effort Paul! If anyone needed to buy a...

    An heroic effort Paul! If anyone needed to buy a Nail Kicker, it is you. Once those beams were separated it would make very short work of de-nailing that:
    Slide the nozzle over the pointy shaft of...
  13. Agreed. Whatever did we do until the Earth became...

    Agreed. Whatever did we do until the Earth became spherical?

    Re hydrogen: there's certainly enough of it available for a good long while. Just a matter of sorting out the green side of it. It will...
  14. Katoombrrr.

    Katoombrrr.
  15. The only time I get the input roller print on my...

    The only time I get the input roller print on my A3-31 is when it doesn't actually take anything off the timber, and this is also the time when it may not eject properly. Otherwise I can take 0.2mm...
  16. Who said it wasn't Peter? The moment of truth...

    Who said it wasn't Peter?

    The moment of truth arrived last night.

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    As you can see below, there is a bit of sag in the timber, but it should be fine. Snow up here only happens 0-2...
  17. I haven't read this yet, but the headline shouted...

    I haven't read this yet, but the headline shouted that it might be appropriate to this thread.

    China drought causes Yangtze to dry up, sparking shortage of hydropower | China | The Guardian
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    (assuming that was not a tongue in cheek post)...

    (assuming that was not a tongue in cheek post)
    Ummm, who might they be (apart from one or two parliamentary colleagues)? I haven't seen anyone, apart from Angus Taylor, who thought this was good and...
  19. I suspect the same could be said of BEVs. We...

    I suspect the same could be said of BEVs. We have, IIRC, the slowest take up of BEVs in the OECD (or something) for various reasons, which only means that the radio jock was probably harping on about...
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    Crikey! Dad musta had a bad limp after that!...

    Crikey! Dad musta had a bad limp after that! :roflmao:
  21. Yes, I don't understand why there can't be other...

    Yes, I don't understand why there can't be other retailers everywhere. It's not like they actually do anything to deliver the sparks. They are given a meter reading (by the wholesaler or distributor,...
  22. Agreed Paul. The actual generation of renewable...

    Agreed Paul. The actual generation of renewable power is pretty much sorted (but will obviously undergo improvement and expansion). In my view, the vast majority of research money should be going...
  23. Yes, but don't forget that they had a damn good...

    Yes, but don't forget that they had a damn good crack at a new one in 1982, until they were scuttled in '83.
  24. I have to wonder whether most people even know...

    I have to wonder whether most people even know who these organisations are. Some people would have heard of AEMO, only some, and probably only of late.


    Looking at my electricity usage for the...
  25. You oughta try living it! Even after all that...

    You oughta try living it! Even after all that yesterday, there are still two twats at EA who think they'll be sending a bill, and another subsequent one who says not. :doh: All based "offshore" as...
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    Yebbut, have a look at Hodgo's post #37 – his...

    Yebbut, have a look at Hodgo's post #37 – his blade is 5/8", 24T, and his spindle is, errr, similar (ignore the spindle measurement in that post).
  27. So I have just completed a 110 minute phone call...

    So I have just completed a 110 minute phone call with EA, speaking to four different people (is this sounding like deja vu??).

    Origin should have told me to contact EA to say I wasn't staying with...
  28. Well they haven't actually said very much yet,...

    Well they haven't actually said very much yet, except "It was Origin's fault."

    So here we go again with two large corporations blaming each other, with me in the middle having to berate them into...
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    That blade would require a 30mm to 5/8" reduction...

    That blade would require a 30mm to 5/8" reduction bush inserted. It would always be my preference not to do that, if possible (yeah I know everything is clamped in place, but....)
  30. How does, err, "You may well think that – I...

    How does, err, "You may well think that – I couldn't possibly comment" sound? :;
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    :shrug: Edit: Perhaps you put the points of...

    :shrug:

    Edit:
    Perhaps you put the points of the verniers into the thread. Anyhoo, all good.
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    Wait a sec....did you measure the threaded part...

    Wait a sec....did you measure the threaded part of the spindle or right on the bush that the blade sits on?
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    Au contraire. You might want (try) to sell yours!...

    Au contraire. You might want (try) to sell yours! :q

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    That's 2 thou difference, not allowing for the vernier rounding to the nearest 0.05mm (2 thou).


    That's 1.7mm...
  34. Fer crying out bloody loud! What's the title of...

    Fer crying out bloody loud! What's the title of the thread? Something about a joke?

    It's descending into farce.....


    :rant2:

    I transferred to them on 10th August (8 days ago), and at...
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    Yeah, agreed. It's just Americans not really...

    Yeah, agreed. It's just Americans not really understanding metric I suppose - they definitely wouldn't have the two sizes.

    I came across a curious reversal of this recently, buying Gühring drill...
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    Everything is wrong with 70 if you are...

    Everything is wrong with 70 if you are approaching it from the right side. In 4 years I doubt my health will be any better (it's not too bad now though) and I'm damn sure I won't be any...
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    I'm not sure if you're meaning that the 0.125mm...

    I'm not sure if you're meaning that the 0.125mm difference doesn't matter, but it certainly does. That's 5 thou" and I'd be sure that that would create vibration at 4800rpm, which would lead to rough...
  38. Royal Doulton Ceramic filters do a remarkable...

    Royal Doulton Ceramic filters do a remarkable job. Tap water to pure, tasteless, smooth and soft H20. We just use one in a pottery water urn.
  39. Just as prawns are the cockroaches of the sea,...

    Just as prawns are the cockroaches of the sea, they are the cockroaches of the water tank. :puke: :roflmao2:
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    That's very useful to know. I imagine that it...

    That's very useful to know. I imagine that it would also produce a smoother "settled" layer because it will take a little longer to settle and have more substance (even though Fiddes can be recoated...
  41. One thing I've noticed (with Origin) is that...

    One thing I've noticed (with Origin) is that where I used to get whatever (variable) rates with a hefty discount of around 30%, now they have woken up to the fact that whatever the rate is, I was...
  42. Thank you all. Maybe I should have searched for...

    Thank you all. Maybe I should have searched for pin chuck, not pin vise.
  43. Thanks SD. Crikey, you'd think they would have a...

    Thanks SD. Crikey, you'd think they would have a link to that on the (probably unsuitable) pin vise page!
  44. Where to get a pin vise that fits into a chuck?

    Normally I can search out what I need, but all the pin vises that I can find have knobs on the end or are otherwise unsuitable for inserting into a drill press chuck. I need to be able to put 1mm to...
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    Yes, that is how I remembered it from some years...

    Yes, that is how I remembered it from some years ago too, but it just looked like a rack in that pic. Anyway...don't buy the Metabo – the fence is no good! :U There were certainly things I liked...
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    515676 515677 The fences both appear to be...

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    The fences both appear to be R&P, but the locking is different I think.
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    Mr B, Moss Vale Paintwurx carries Fiddes,...

    Mr B, Moss Vale Paintwurx carries Fiddes, according to Fiddes.
  48. Or pumped hydro.

    Or pumped hydro.
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    Same here, but I have been trying to get some...

    Same here, but I have been trying to get some Fiddes to try.... 'cept the Sydney wood show keeps getting postponed, and that will be the easiest way to get hold of it. I have tried Osmo, (the white...
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    As I recall, it was the locking mechanism on the...

    As I recall, it was the locking mechanism on the Metabo that was no good. Hikoki looks the same. If at all possible you should inspect them both before purchase.
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