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    One chain is the drive chain driving one roller...

    One chain is the drive chain driving one roller and the other links the 2 drive rollers together.
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    Nice job. Did you use any jigs to drill the pin...

    Nice job. Did you use any jigs to drill the pin hole or was it just lined up and done on a drill press?
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    Did you dismantle anything to fit the new belt?...

    Did you dismantle anything to fit the new belt? Here is a video of fitting a Shelix head to one of these thicknessers so he had to take the pulley off the head and there was a spacer behind it. Is it...
  4. Thread: Hi

    by Treecycle
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    Welcome Pūaho. We look forward to seeing the...

    Welcome Pūaho. We look forward to seeing the projects you produce in your new workshop. Make sure you ask your questions here in the appropriate section and I'm sure there will be answers coming...
  5. Thread: G'day

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    Welcome Darcy. Good to see another local on here...

    Welcome Darcy. Good to see another local on here (well I think so, is it Melbourne or Geelong?). Unfortunately one tool leads on to another as our skills grow and interests change over time.
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    Not sure if it's just me but I'm not seeing any...

    Not sure if it's just me but I'm not seeing any photo.
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    In my case it is just a matter of not turning...

    In my case it is just a matter of not turning pens very often nowadays. The sales of handmade pens has dropped to almost nothing whereas it use to be quite lucrative. In my early days of penmaking...
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    Osage does come up nice in a pen as it glimmers...

    Osage does come up nice in a pen as it glimmers differently depending on which way the light hits it. Polishes nicely being quite a hard wood.
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    We visited Hobbiton when in NZ and really enjoyed...

    We visited Hobbiton when in NZ and really enjoyed what they have done there, very picturesque. I have never seen the movies and thought it would be boring, but my wife wanted to go as she has seen...
  10. Thread: Cradles

    by Treecycle
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    Cradles

    Just had a delivery of quintuplets yesterday and they needed somewhere to sleep. My wife made the bedding to fit them out so now they are quite contented. These will go towards the Christmas appeal...
  11. I believe they all have it now. This...

    I believe they all have it now. This post below is from early 2010 and the second paragraph says they now have them from then.
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    Nice start on the box Jacques. I need to do some...

    Nice start on the box Jacques. I need to do some more handcut dovetails instead of relying on machines to do all the work for me. Too impatient I think as I just want to get the joinery out of the...
  13. I believe the system they used was year/week for...

    I believe the system they used was year/week for manufacture date so yours should be 19th week in 2004.
    When you say you don't have the winder thingo, I assume you mean the above table height...
  14. I converted my MOF001 a couple of years ago but...

    I converted my MOF001 a couple of years ago but the TRA001 is the same. You need to buy the Chuck Body 711027 and both the 1/4" Chuck 844276 and the 1/2" Chuck 335735. It's not advisable to use a...
  15. Thread: What Router?

    by Treecycle
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    Here is a pretty good chart. Router Bit Drill...

    Here is a pretty good chart.
    Router Bit Drill Speed | HowStuffWorks.

    483375
  16. Well done Crowie. Very generous of you and I hope...

    Well done Crowie. Very generous of you and I hope it raises lot's of money for the group.
  17. Thread: Dremel 4000

    by Treecycle
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    That seems an odd problem as I believe the thread...

    That seems an odd problem as I believe the thread designation has never been changed since their inception. Could your old model has had the thread worn in over the years and that's why it screws in...
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    Welcome Vintage. Yes boxmaking is very addictive...

    Welcome Vintage. Yes boxmaking is very addictive and I really enjoy it too. Got introduced to it about 18 months ago and find it is great for improving your skills as every little mistake stands out...
  19. The little ring would be designed with the gap as...

    The little ring would be designed with the gap as it would be made from high tensile wire and just get stretched open to get into the groove.
    It wouldn't have anything to do with your bit slipping,...
  20. Nice looking rack but unfortunately I only have 1...

    Nice looking rack but unfortunately I only have 1 Spokeshave so don't have the need to make one for myself:(
    I notice you have a Measumax chart on the wall. Did you acquire that recently or have you...
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    I wouldn't be able to bring myself to paint all...

    I wouldn't be able to bring myself to paint all the components the same colour. The more variety and brighter the better, the way I look at it.
  22. Thread: Toasters

    by Treecycle
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    Toasters

    Here is my second instalment in the Christmas charity appeal. These are some toasters with moving parts which the kids seem to really enjoy playing with when I have made them previously.
    A propane...
  23. Thread: What Router?

    by Treecycle
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    Have a look at post #14 here...

    Have a look at post #14 here and you should have your answer.
    Just wondering if you have something else wrong with your GMC as our wood club was given a fairly large GMC and it has a really slow...
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    NEW DRAW I'm in

    I'm in
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    Christmas is coming

    Well, after Keith posted all his great toys he has made for the charity Christmas appeal I thought I had better get started.
    These are the first of the items I intend to produce this year. They are...
  26. Looks like the price is heading back down again....

    Looks like the price is heading back down again. Back to $395.39 now so getting close to the original price rabster saw.
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    It looks like a rebadged Scheppach which our club...

    It looks like a rebadged Scheppach which our club has one of. As Mature One says it is a basic saw but does the job and would be fine for occasional use. There are a number of brands around with...
  28. Thread: Aeg mf1400ke

    by Treecycle
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    Maybe you can get some ideas from the reviews on...

    Maybe you can get some ideas from the reviews on this page. Seems like there might be some issues when mounting it in a table but the build quality seems okay.
  29. Thread: Hi all

    by Treecycle
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    Welcome to the forum Chris. You might get some...

    Welcome to the forum Chris. You might get some better response to your problem by posting it here where you have a targeted audience.
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    Another beautiful box Brian. So neat and classy...

    Another beautiful box Brian. So neat and classy with all those high end components and you should be well proud of what you have produced.
    I might have to invest in some of that NC. Do you get it...
  31. Thread: Handles

    by Treecycle
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    Well legend, they were your instructions that I...

    Well legend, they were your instructions that I remembered you put in a post somewhere in the past. I thought I would pass the info on to see if someone would try it to prove that is all that needs...
  32. Thread: Piggy Bank

    by Treecycle
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    Fantastic effort Keith. I'm sure the club will...

    Fantastic effort Keith. I'm sure the club will appreciate all the work you have put in to these as well as your family and friends who have also been recipients of some extras.

    Cheers,
  33. I like that understated engraving on the lid...

    I like that understated engraving on the lid panel. Really sets it off.
    That's an interesting process with the Titebond 11. How do you actually apply the iron to the glue to reactivate?
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    Looks beautiful Paul. Are the legs wood or metal?...

    Looks beautiful Paul. Are the legs wood or metal? Do you think the tape was necessary to prevent the resin sticking to the melamine?
    Looks like you're having lot's of fun with these resin creations.
  35. Thread: Handles

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    If it's an iphone I have heard that if you...

    If it's an iphone I have heard that if you slightly edit the photo in the phone and save it, it will orientate the right way when uploaded. I don't have an iphone so can't prove if that is correct.
  36. Thread: Handles

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    What do you use to take your photos?

    What do you use to take your photos?
  37. The smell of WD40 doesn't hang around for long...

    The smell of WD40 doesn't hang around for long and it won't effect the timber if there is any left there. WD40 is easy to remove with paper towel or rags and I'm not sure if the same can be said for...
  38. Thread: Hello!

    by Treecycle
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    Welcome James from another Geelong person. Maybe...

    Welcome James from another Geelong person. Maybe we will get to meet at a local woodworking event in the future when things settle down. In the meantime, please show us anything you are working on.
  39. Thread: Nkotb

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    Welcome to the forum. Yackandandah is a great...

    Welcome to the forum. Yackandandah is a great part of the world. I hope we get to see some of the progress on your house.
  40. To scrape the initial rust off it might be worth...

    To scrape the initial rust off it might be worth getting one of these. It has 4 nice sharp edges that can be rotated into position when one gets blunt and the large handle allows you to put downward...
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    I know you have good answers above for your...

    I know you have good answers above for your current problem, but in the future you can turn to this site for lots of calculators when you can't get your head around something.
  42. Does Prime membership give you discount on the...

    Does Prime membership give you discount on the item price because it says $424.37 for me.
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    Looks like some nice gear to complement all your...

    Looks like some nice gear to complement all your good work. I'm sure it will be better if you can personally deliver it to see the reaction, if you can wait.
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    But that's the manual that verawood linked to,...

    But that's the manual that verawood linked to, D2796
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    Is your wet sanding done by hand or machine and...

    Is your wet sanding done by hand or machine and is it over the burl as well?
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    Beautiful work as usual Paul and resin and burls...

    Beautiful work as usual Paul and resin and burls always look good together.
    You are the father of inventiveness. Do you use your burl flattening jig to rough the pours down to rough size before...
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    If you do a search for router bit recommended...

    If you do a search for router bit recommended speeds virtually all sites will say 22 - 24,000 RPM for bits up to 1". A bit that is rotating faster will have more momentum as the cutting edge hits the...
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    For a bit of that diameter you should be running...

    For a bit of that diameter you should be running the router at top speed. You only need to slow it down a bit with bits over 1". Having it running so slow puts more load on it and more likely to make...
  49. I just changed the cutter block in my Jointer...

    I just changed the cutter block in my Jointer this week and the pulley had to be taken off with a puller but not a lot of force was required. Could have been knocked off with a hammer and drift but I...
  50. Thread: Mud kitchen

    by Treecycle
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    The problem with woodworkers making kids toys is...

    The problem with woodworkers making kids toys is we always want to make them the same quality as we would do for any other piece of furniture or object, when in fact most kids couldn't care less as...
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