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    Sticky: No such thing as a free lunch!

    No such thing as a free lunch!
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    Sticky: EeeeeW

    EeeeeW
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    Great job, yes, branches at the bottom look...

    Great job, yes, branches at the bottom look fantastic. Beautiful work:2tsup:
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    From a NSW point of view it could be Blue Gum or...

    From a NSW point of view it could be Blue Gum or Red Mahogany. Down in Mexico I would lean toward the Red Hog.
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    Sticky: Turn off de light

    Turn off de light
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    Sticky: Yes dear

    Yes dear
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    Yes Ray, he doesn't update it too often :D

    Yes Ray, he doesn't update it too often :D
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    Welcome soundwave, plenty of Tinkerers around...

    Welcome soundwave, plenty of Tinkerers around here, you'll be in good company. There are some AMAZING workbench builds on
    here too. Price, cost, the sky is the limit :D
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    Marks on it. I think they rub/brush most of the...

    Marks on it. I think they rub/brush most of the charcoal off or back to a point where it's not too soft or going to fall away and then oil it
    as Mark said. I think there are some pretty good youtube...
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    Sticky: Plane

    Plane
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    Yes I agree with the guys above. 30mm thick...

    Yes I agree with the guys above. 30mm thick should dry quite quickly depending on your location and where you put
    them. Space them out well with good air flow now through summer they could be dry...
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    Yes, great to see So back up and running....

    Yes, great to see So back up and running. Replaced the link to Japan-tool on my website.
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    I was working on my web site yesterday and found...

    I was working on my web site yesterday and found the link to his site said the site was shut down basicly.
    Different message there today. Have to see if I can find his phone number and give him a...
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    Sticky: In the still of the night.

    In the still of the night.
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    Sticky: Ouch

    Ouch
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    Lyle, yes use the same way you would normaly with...

    Lyle, yes use the same way you would normaly with shellac, circles, figure eights etc, just the same but the slightly thicker mixture should
    fill the cracks faster. I don't usually use fillers, I...
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    Haha, damn, back 5 minutes and I've been...

    Haha, damn, back 5 minutes and I've been blackmailed already :U:2tsup:
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    Hi Rob I used it at school back in the 70's,...

    Hi Rob
    I used it at school back in the 70's, worked fine then. Talc is generaly or was, powdered alum stone or some
    might call it soap stone. I don't think it was as abrsive as the powdered pumice.
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    The benevilant dictator has this in his very good...

    The benevilant dictator has this in his very good book.
    He sugests to use it in the early stages, a teaspoon to 100ml of shellac.
    If you want to get into some nice finishes or just want a great...
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    God, you blokes have too much time on your hands....

    God, you blokes have too much time on your hands. Clear, black, white, mine are all held together with duct tape and at best a cable tie :D. I've always got to much woodwork to do to fuss with ducts,...
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    Sticky: Snow Flakes.

    Snow Flakes.
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    Ha ha thanks Artme :)

    Ha ha thanks Artme :)
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    Yes sailing trophies Fletty, I have made a lot...

    Yes sailing trophies Fletty, I have made a lot for them over the last few years.
    Hope the dental thing is going well. Had a bit of that recently too :(
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    :D Oh well there goes my chicken wire...

    :D Oh well there goes my chicken wire theory:chick:
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    :D Thanks Nick, I'll need someone to help me...

    :D Thanks Nick, I'll need someone to help me drink coffee when I'm done if nothing else.
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    If your wife has a construction company she...

    If your wife has a construction company she should have a reliable leco that could call around and look at some options for you. The machine
    you indicated above is only 1ph 15amp, option 1. or your...
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    And then do you have to spend any other money on...

    And then do you have to spend any other money on the machine? Or is it cheaper to go and buy a new single phase machine that will do the job. Depending on what you are making and horse power/ KW you...
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    Lovely piece, looks very classy and displays the...

    Lovely piece, looks very classy and displays the watch very nicely :2tsup:<script type="text/javascript"...
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    Magpies at my last workshop thought they owned...

    Magpies at my last workshop thought they owned it, I would often find their small offerings adorning a
    piece that was about to go to the gallery. I haven't had as much time at the new one to make...
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    Hi Artme I have just been asked to put some in...

    Hi Artme
    I have just been asked to put some in the Sydney Botanic Gardens for the 200th anniversary.
    Should be a bit of fun :D
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    Not all fencing pliers are for 8# fencing wire,...

    Not all fencing pliers are for 8# fencing wire, these I would think would be for light wire, chicken wire etc. I'm sure you
    would remember not that many years ago every second house had a chook...
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    Sorry Ray, the mermaid is still incomplete and...

    Sorry Ray, the mermaid is still incomplete and laying on the new workshop floor very unloved. Her time will come :D
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    Very cute shed dog, little viking, can't quite...

    Very cute shed dog, little viking, can't quite make out his tatts though :D
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    Thanks Gents. Still curious Lappa what comes up...

    Thanks Gents. Still curious Lappa what comes up in their place? other work or ..... :?
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    I'm standing by my original swipe with...

    I'm standing by my original swipe with fencing/staple pliers. I think these may have been the precursor to the version with a hammer face.I imagine someone has stuck them on the grinder and taken off...
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    Hmm just went through them all and other than...

    Hmm just went through them all and other than some being on their side they all seem to work. Are the other pictures that came up weren't of naked people were they ? :- Narr just kidding, I deleted...
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    While I was away ......................

    Few people wondered what I had been up to for the past year or two or three so thought I would just post a few photos of some of the furniture, sculpture and other things I have been doing while I...
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    Hi FF Yes and no, yes I have used both but not...

    Hi FF
    Yes and no, yes I have used both but not enough to draw a final conclusion, stay tuned, I have a couple of small pieces to
    to make soon so that might be enough to get a determination. :?
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    I don't know for sure but having hit my fingers...

    I don't know for sure but having hit my fingers many many times putting fencing staples in I wish I had a pair of these.
    I can see how the part at back could hold the various size staples while you...
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    After having them for a few years I find the...

    After having them for a few years I find the cabinet makers great for the bigger work (not handles etc) but I
    often reach for the slightly smaller (mid size) rasps and finer grain. I find the finer...
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    I the scribe a line in my bench method, flip it...

    I the scribe a line in my bench method, flip it round and check it the other way (as above) To do this I used my Great Great Grandfathers Rosewood, Brass and Blue steel square, 170ish years old and...
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    So what kind of oil is it? What does it smell...

    So what kind of oil is it? What does it smell like? Chip oil? mineral oil Sae 5 - 25? does it work well in 2 stroke or 4? I don't think you clarified above if you went with the grain or circular...
  43. As the guys above have said. If the cracks are...

    As the guys above have said. If the cracks are noticeable or you can, whack some waterproof pva in, clamp them up and you should be good too go. Not sure if I have any off cuts here at Lambton, I can...
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    Yep, as I suspected :U Great job by the way, I...

    Yep, as I suspected :U Great job by the way, I like the one on the right :)<script type="text/javascript"...
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    Ah well there ya go, no issues, great :U

    Ah well there ya go, no issues, great :U
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    Haven't heard of any problems but I think the...

    Haven't heard of any problems but I think the salt might stay drier if the inside was sealed.
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    Yep great report, McJings always seem to do...

    Yep great report, McJings always seem to do better than expected for the price :)
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    Sweet little plane, beautiful job. Love it with...

    Sweet little plane, beautiful job. Love it with the old blade.
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    Looks like a nice finish, I thought it might be...

    Looks like a nice finish, I thought it might be more porous than it looks?<script type="text/javascript"...
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    Have you tried Trend Timber? They might be able...

    Have you tried Trend Timber? They might be able to point you in the right direction even if they can't
    help you with it.
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