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  1. Thanks Pat, it's been a long while since visiting...

    Thanks Pat, it's been a long while since visiting let alone posting.

    Matt I see you are in Sydney where? What in particular woodwork? Turning? or something more or less?

    I see Roy has pointed...
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    I hear you I've been recently enjoying hand tools...

    I hear you I've been recently enjoying hand tools sadly I need dusty & BS & other power tools body not as young as once was.
    Love the resto outcome.

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  3. I'm wondering how this new name willl aound...

    I'm wondering how this new name willl aound coming from a Kiwi or Asian worse still a Yorkshire accent. Maybe the new name was suggested by a Geordie?

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    READ ME! I will add my thanks also well done under such...

    I will add my thanks also well done under such circumstances. I did not use assaboutpost courier door to door.

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    Paul thats amazing Sue thinks its a "Banksia...

    Paul thats amazing Sue thinks its a "Banksia Rose" climber. We have a wee one we brought up from Sydney with us pales to that monster of beauty.

    Rosa banksia white
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    Sadly I've discovered an allergy to Crows Ash...

    Sadly I've discovered an allergy to Crows Ash causing me respiratory problems [emoji25]

    Do you soak oil into any timbers to cut threads? I did that with English Oak on Sue's spinning wheel
    ...
  7. Good job he didn't ask for Gallic sausages ...

    Good job he didn't ask for Gallic sausages

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    Ian I have some Jarrah if you'd prefer that to...

    Ian I have some Jarrah if you'd prefer that to River Oak?

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    Ian an excellent look at threads. I agree...

    Ian an excellent look at threads.

    I agree re-swarf/chip removal a hole on the opposite side of the cutter would decrease build up.

    I have need of a 3/4 tap & die as well as a 1 1/2 (I've got 2...
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    By now Alan you should be doing the knees up...

    By now Alan you should be doing the knees up recovery working out how to get home faster. Back to turning in a day or 5.

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    Looks great. One way to get a super gloss is...

    Looks great.


    One way to get a super gloss is by mixing 2/3 clear to 1 part paint for future ref.

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  12. Thread: Stumpy 78

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    IanW this is what I was on about my son iis...

    IanW this is what I was on about my son iis after ideal for planing redates on door jams to fit new doors to, he's found so many bowed jams he now uses a Circular saw and plane and chisels to...
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    Like all flu Kryn never the same from year to...

    Like all flu Kryn never the same from year to year thats why flu shots but they are pnly catch up from season prior not whats coming. Bit like an invasion in war they don't send war plans out to whom...
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    Ian just found this post if possible can you...

    Ian just found this post if possible can you email me with a copy please?

    Ray

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    Flintlock if you like Higgins try McNab & Chris...

    Flintlock if you like Higgins try McNab & Chris Ryan

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    A major consideration is the timbers ability to...

    A major consideration is the timbers ability to withstand shrinkage, dry rot, borer, extream Aussie weather conditions. Moisture content and then brying out throughout its life. Add to this holding...
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    Wash your mouth out Sent from my SM-T580 using...

    Wash your mouth out

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    Corona Virus world population largest DNA data...

    Corona Virus world population largest DNA data base created combined with big brother facial recognition we have instant world wide information on its populace!

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  19. Nice one Peter thwtll bring smiles to dials....

    Nice one Peter thwtll bring smiles to dials. Truck reminds me of Australasian Post cartoons [emoji481] now go have a beer you deserve it

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    Derek the only thing I'd have done is put...

    Derek the only thing I'd have done is put sisilation under all surfaces before attaching boards. That qould assist in keeping water out as well as insulation and drying timbers.
    Looks good fancy...
  21. Problem is not many people know of the door hinge...

    Problem is not many people know of the door hinge removal lift syistem including paramedics.

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  22. You will when one drops off the track 1/2 open...

    You will when one drops off the track 1/2 open and all struggle to vacate the bathroom and correct said sliding door which is jammed from inside is impossible. Necessitating removal of track cover...
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    What I want to know is will the forum survive...

    What I want to know is will the forum survive such a virus? Being us old blokes are more susceptible it could cut back numbers of active members.
    This will also cause a glut of old tools and whole...
  24. I gather you mean pinless blade converter? Try...

    I gather you mean pinless blade converter? Try Helen Harris scrollsaw blades supplies.

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    NcArcher is right Coachwood is the go to for...

    NcArcher is right Coachwood is the go to for restorers easy to work easy to form.
    Other than that Ash good solid but weighs a ton.

    Of course it depends on a number of factors
    What you are...
  26. So close yet so far, Melaney still not so far...

    So close yet so far, Melaney still not so far away tho.
    I gather a visit North means a trek to the World of Wood ?


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  27. I'll back Mrs Flett Sent from my SM-T580...

    I'll back Mrs Flett



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  28. So now all you need is a full set of long shank...

    So now all you need is a full set of long shank bits OR an extension seiries for each type to allow a trye 150mm depth. That means depending on what thickness of material you are acctually drilling...
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    Alex this is an amazing piece true Master...

    Alex this is an amazing piece true Master Craftsman & Artist

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  30. Although not in Newcastle try Boutique Timbers...

    Although not in Newcastle try Boutique Timbers further north Greg Ward is a member on here.

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  31. I couldn't type a tale earlier laughing so much....

    I couldn't type a tale earlier laughing so much.

    When I first became a coach driver we had 3 coaches of bowlers on our way to Canberra, having stopped at Mittagong and Goulburn Workers enroute...
  32. [emoji1787][emoji1787][emoji1787][emoji1787] ...

    [emoji1787][emoji1787][emoji1787][emoji1787] best laugh ive had for ages

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  33. Great work

    Congrats gents looks brilliant:brava:brava :brava:bravaand if I see my way clear there might just be an order put forward.
  34. Bob I see a major issue with that arrangement....

    Bob I see a major issue with that arrangement. Have you ever felt how hot those 12V units get? No air circulation to cool it will only make matters worse.
  35. Alan that looks 100% plus! Not bad for the...

    Alan that looks 100% plus!
    Not bad for the fellow I met in a suit n bow tie[emoji5]
    Good luck with the new venture.

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    Seriously Alex you are rushing into this to...

    Seriously Alex you are rushing into this to quickly, let the grass grow under your feet a little, sit back and watch the weeds take hold then go by the biggest green tarp you can find and lay it over...
  37. Thread: Surprise!

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    You will need a big Brass plate Alan if you told...

    You will need a big Brass plate Alan if you told the truth LOL.
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    Jim when I did the vase...

    Jim when I did the vase some yrs back at the club, Darrell had me soak the wood with a soapy solution 5% soap to water as it was a week between turning sessions a hessian sack and damp cloths. That...
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    Big thanks to Fletty

    Over the years on Alan's jaunts to the UK he has been paramount is playing courier of pen blanks between a decent Yorkshireman (Ian) and myself. This is the latest haul.
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    Been a while again not to much time in workshop...

    Been a while again not to much time in workshop lots of odd jobs and timber parcels arriving.

    Hammer handles for one of the fellows from QMAC
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    They finally got handed over bout 2 weeks...
  41. Alan you sure Helen wasn't trying to get revenge...

    Alan you sure Helen wasn't trying to get revenge from your clean out while she was away??

    By the container you sent the wood blanks up in i gather the pool took the whole bucket to clean it up?
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    Ted if your club is Incorporated as I found out...

    Ted if your club is Incorporated as I found out recently they need to have an ABN this maybe NSW main body who have one already and you may be able to utilise that. Seems the new regulations were...
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    Thanks Gordon.

    Thanks Gordon.
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    FIXED Thanks Steven updates done regularly for TT could...

    Thanks Steven updates done regularly for TT could be part of the problem BUT it has not effected MWF or any other forum.
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    Sorting a few English pen blanks I've been lucky...

    Sorting a few English pen blanks I've been lucky enough to have scored over a few yrs thanks to Fletty playing courier. A fellow woos and metal enthusiast Ian from another forum & have exchanged a...
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    FIXED Getting a Taptalk messege on opening any WWF post...

    Getting a Taptalk messege on opening any WWF post " Post deleted by Moderator " option to open on web site whic it does.??
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    Annette email me for an updated design little bit...

    Annette email me for an updated design little bit bigger major alterations.
    Skew as for needing more camphor check with FF Bret is organising picking up some from a mate of mine...
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    Very nice well finished Sent from my SM-T580...

    Very nice well finished

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  49. Rob it's a shame we don't recognize scammers here...

    Rob it's a shame we don't recognize scammers here at home as easy.
    Thanks for the warning.

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    A Wee Peggy is an upright wheel RAPPARD PEGGY...

    A Wee Peggy is an upright wheel RAPPARD PEGGY SPINNING WHEELS
    Looking at the 1971 model same sort of wheel assembly joint.
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