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  1. Thread: AWTEx 2020

    by Sturdee
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    I've been reading the comments raised and I feel...

    I've been reading the comments raised and I feel that it's a shame that it has come to this.

    The woodturning club scenes that I know of is having problems maintaining itself with lack of members...
  2. I've been a bit lax in posting as it's been a bit...

    I've been a bit lax in posting as it's been a bit over a week since I had the Microwave procedure done.

    It was a day procedure where under a full anesthetic they inserted a number of long needles...
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    On my TSC10HB also bought a long time ago, on the...

    On my TSC10HB also bought a long time ago, on the motor side of the blade, the arbor has two flats allowing a long thin bladed spanner to be used together with a spanner on the other side of the...
  4. Since then I had an ultrasound done to see if...

    Since then I had an ultrasound done to see if access to these spots can be done by by microwave. As this is possible I will have this treatment next Wednesday.

    Peter.
  5. Thanks for your support guys, it's much...

    Thanks for your support guys, it's much appreciated and helpful.

    Drillit,

    That's what I do now. I am aware of my physical limitations and seek help when I need it and use trolleys around the...
  6. Good news and some bad news.

    I saw the Oncology doctors yesterday and the original 25 mm blob of cancer cells in my liver has died of completely as a result of the chemo. This is a great result and has removed the cloud that was...
  7. Since my last post another two weeks have passed...

    Since my last post another two weeks have passed slowly so it's now 4 weeks since the chemo.

    It was much easier then I expected. No major pains, no nauseousness, no hair loss but a lot of minor...
  8. Thread: Panel saw idea

    by Sturdee
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    It's basically a vertical Triton workcentre with...

    It's basically a vertical Triton workcentre with longer extruded guide rails snd without the surrounding box.

    Thought about making it at the time but did not have the wall space in my workshop to...
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    Tony I have the TSC10HB similar to yours...

    Tony I have the TSC10HB similar to yours purchased from Carbatec. I also got the CMT 8 inch dado set thrown in as a sweetener.:2tsup:

    Whilst the saw cannot take the full with possible width of the...
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    Yes, I did a lot of mods and I'm still alive and...

    Yes, I did a lot of mods and I'm still alive and the first time in a few days that I feel okay to post on the forum.

    If any one want the links to them do a search by clicking on my forum name and...
  11. It's now 2 weeks since the chemo and whilst I...

    It's now 2 weeks since the chemo and whilst I haven't had major pains( a good thing) I have not been too well.

    Every time I've moved I had a lot of muscle aches and been very, very tired so sleep...
  12. I had the treatment yesterday and did not need...

    I had the treatment yesterday and did not need much pain relief during and after.

    The worst part was that after laying about 90 minutes flat on my back for the procedure I had to keep laying flat...
  13. I had the gastroscopy yesterday and the results...

    I had the gastroscopy yesterday and the results are good as no varices were found that needed banding. This means that I won't need another for a year or so.

    Was out like a light whilst the...
  14. Had the Pre-op session today and I'm well...

    Had the Pre-op session today and I'm well informed of the procedure for Thursday. Tomorrow my gastroscopy.

    Peter.
  15. Que sera sera, whatever will be it will be

    This week is the week where it all will be happening in my ongoing health battle.

    Tomorrow I will have a Pre-op session with the Radiology department explaining exactly what will be done and how...
  16. Thread: New triton MK3

    by Sturdee
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    No as the stabilizer bracket is designed to help...

    No as the stabilizer bracket is designed to help balance and keep stable the saw thus reducing slop in the saw blade. With a good saw you won't need this. On mine the saw chassis was slightly bent...
  17. Thanks for the response guys, much appreciated....

    Thanks for the response guys, much appreciated. :2tsup:

    I have been very busy this year with first converting a box trailer into a mini teardrop style caravan for my daughter, then altering part...
  18. Great body on the outside but rotten away inside.

    Five years ago I last posted about my health journey in the thread called A Time for reflection

    In that I outlined about my Prostate cancer journey (of now 11 years) for which I'm still regularly...
  19. Thread: Please note

    by Sturdee
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    DONE: You're not targeted as I am seeing them as well...

    You're not targeted as I am seeing them as well in each and every market place thread.

    Peter.
  20. and The parking is inside the grounds...

    and





    The parking is inside the grounds next to the venue, you enter through gate 5 or 7 and then drive across the grounds to the car park in front of building 4. This is the same parking...
  21. From the Showgrounds maps there is parking in...

    From the Showgrounds maps there is parking in front of the building, but no reference to disabled parking, and there are no toilets in building no 4 where the show is being held.

    The nearest...
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    I fail to see what this post has to do with the...

    I fail to see what this post has to do with the substance of this thread which has now been exhumed after having been buried for over 10 years.

    Maybe this thread ought to have been left Resting In...
  23. I had a look at the one I made years ago from an...

    I had a look at the one I made years ago from an old spanner and mine is 29 mm opening and 3.5 mm thick. Whilst you are at it put that one and your outside spanner on longer handles as you can apply...
  24. I bought the H & F rails and saw years ago when...

    I bought the H & F rails and saw years ago when they first came out for a very good price (Intro price and 10 % of as a alternative to the WWS - same weekend) and haven't used it much. I did not get...
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    When I had a Triton MK3 I used a feeler gauge to...

    When I had a Triton MK3 I used a feeler gauge to get it exactly right. If you look at my thread from 2007 on saw alignment it may help you.

    Peter.
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    Also known as a hangman's knot...

    Also known as a hangman's knot.
  27. Thread: WWF Birthday?

    by Sturdee
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    I think it might be the 26th May, as Ubeaut is...

    I think it might be the 26th May, as Ubeaut is shown as registering on the 26th May 1999.

    Let the count down begin.

    Peter.
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    Of course the pollies claim there is low...

    Of course the pollies claim there is low unemployment for if you work ONE HOUR a week you are no longer unemployed, but still on new start allowances as you are under employed.
  29. Thread: Joke

    by Sturdee
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    It's not only not nice and making fun of disabled...

    It's not only not nice and making fun of disabled persons isn't funny either. :((
  30. Thread: Treehouse

    by Sturdee
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    In that case I would check if you need a permit...

    In that case I would check if you need a permit for it.
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    Officially they won't be supporting that...

    Officially they won't be supporting that candidate but it would be unofficially.

    Some do good-er from that party would help with money and resources and the party won't complain about their signs...
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    And it won't make a difference. The candidates...

    And it won't make a difference. The candidates are still on the ballot papers, still have all the How to vote cards for their supporters to hand out and can still be elected.

    And, if elected, in...
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    I voted today and unlike election days it was a...

    I voted today and unlike election days it was a breeze. Parked next to the entrance, using my newly minted disabled permit, no waiting in a queue and in an out in ten minutes.

    All the arguments...
  34. Thread: Scroll chuck

    by Sturdee
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    Mick, have a look at these videos. They should...

    Mick, have a look at these videos. They should explain what to do.

    https://www.woodworkforums.com/vbtube_show.php?tubeid=86&sti=Woodturning-for-learners-Chucks-1-An-introduction,

    ...
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    If using your own car, and you're being paid, ...

    If using your own car, and you're being paid, check on your registration and insurances as it now becomes a business car and no longer for private use.

    Peter.
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    :whs: The link to the original manual...

    :whs:

    The link to the original manual from the Canberra Triton Owners Club website may be helpful.

    Peter.
  37. Yes, just reflect on what happened in Nazi...

    Yes, just reflect on what happened in Nazi Germany with Dr Goebbels as the chief mouth piece.
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    I made one using 6mm thick Corian, just marked...

    I made one using 6mm thick Corian, just marked out the range of holes and drilled them out.

    First one was as a practice run but the second is great. All together 2 hours of work.
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    Indeed of topic and is irrelevant and not adding...

    Indeed of topic and is irrelevant and not adding to the conversation. :((
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    The same reasoning as mine for getting more and...

    The same reasoning as mine for getting more and more chucks. :2tsup:

    If I count all the bought and home made chucks and counting individually the collet chucks, but not including the half dozen...
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    I'm building a mini camper trailer at the moment...

    I'm building a mini camper trailer at the moment and I got my sheets of marine ply from Uptons in Epping.

    I am amazed at the quality and am using the 9 mm thick sheets which cost approx $ 46.

    I...
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    Doug, if you look at your pm list you will find...

    Doug, if you look at your pm list you will find at the bottom "Folder Controls" that will tell you how many pm's you have stored and how many you are allowed. Max number is 60.

    Peter.
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    I'm just the builder of it. :U I'm building...

    I'm just the builder of it. :U

    I'm building it for my daughter who next year intends on using her long service leave to travel extensively around the country and for quick weekends away.

    I'm...
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    Mick, Glad to hear of your experience with the...

    Mick,

    Glad to hear of your experience with the Aldi solar panels.

    At this stage of planning the camper will have a fridge/freezer, car stereo. a 12v TV some lights and power for charging the...
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    and The camper I'm building is a modified...

    and



    The camper I'm building is a modified design based on the teardrop in regard to size etc but leaning more to the concept of the Jayco Jpods.

    It is a rectangular shape with an upright...
  46. The difficulty with these discussions is that Vic...

    The difficulty with these discussions is that Vic road laws are actually quite different in a number of aspects then other states. As far as I can see you are right Doug.

    Peter.
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    Aldi's Solar panels

    Does anyone have any experience with the 160 W solar panel from Aldi which is on sale next saturday.
    It's a folding one with monocrystalline cells - 18.5 max voltage - 8.65 max current and comes...
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    Try contacting them via their Facebook page...

    Try contacting them via their Facebook page.

    Peter.
  49. Might help if you showed in your post that you...

    Might help if you showed in your post that you dropped the price on Gumtree to $999.
  50. My thoughts exactly. :2tsup: Peter.

    My thoughts exactly. :2tsup:

    Peter.
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