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    Great ideas. I'll have a play over the weekend...

    Great ideas. I'll have a play over the weekend with some of the offcuts before doing anything drastic. If it will eventually fade to a more chocolate colour, then in fact, i may just leave it with a...
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    Staining Bluegum to tone down Red tones

    Hi there,
    Keen to get some advice on a project which is nearing completion. I have a coffee table I've built out of Bluegum. It's 40mm thick timber, and i've got two waterfall ends which are joined...
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    The Fleece bags are here: Bosch 5pk Fleece Vacuum...

    The Fleece bags are here: Bosch 5pk Fleece Vacuum Filter Bag 2607432037 | Total Tools I ordered them online, as I don't think many stores carry them as standard. Only took a few days to arrive.
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    Hi Beardy, I'm loving it to be honest. It works...

    Hi Beardy,
    I'm loving it to be honest. It works like a charm. I have bought the Fleece Bags for it as well, so I then use it without the Automatic Filter Cleaning feature. That feature I guess is...
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    READ ME! I feel for you. I've had horrible experiences as...

    I feel for you. I've had horrible experiences as a receiver with E-Go, and now, if i ever become aware someone is likely to send using them I'll look for alternatives. I think they rank up there as...
  6. Servicing & cutter head replacement in combo jointer/thicknesser

    Can anyone recommend a place that could do a general service + replace cutter head on an older Woodfast PT-310 ( wanting to swap out to a Shelix ). Preferably on the Western side of Melbourne.

    I'm...
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    A Youtuber in the UK I follow who did a very...

    A Youtuber in the UK I follow who did a very detailed review of this extractor reckons he uses his Bosch GAS M 35 AFC with the Domino and it worked out of the box with no additional adaptors...
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    VICTORIA Let me konw via DM with regard to address etc. I...

    Let me konw via DM with regard to address etc. I can pickup on Saturday afternoon if that suits?
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    VICTORIA I'll take it!

    I'll take it!
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    Awesome. Good ideas (never even thought about...

    Awesome. Good ideas (never even thought about the 3D printer option). I think I'll go ahead with the purchase, and find a way after. How hard could it be! ;) I know I already have the Shop-Vac, but...
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    Bosch Dust Extractor with Festool Domino

    Hi there,
    Has anyone here used the Bosch dust extractors with the Festool Domino? My shop is predominantly Bosch Blue ( track saw, mitre saw, jigsaw, ROS etc ), so I'm likely to get the Bosch GAS 35...
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    Old Plane - Anyone know what it is?

    Hi all,
    My father works at a local community museum and someone has donated an old wooden plane. It's a bit of a mystery as to what type it is, and we are keen to learn more about it's origins, and...
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    Nice work! Loads of storage!

    Nice work! Loads of storage!
  14. Another option could be a track saw like the...

    Another option could be a track saw like the Festool TS55 or similar. they tilt to 45. Easier to take the tool to the work with the large stuff.
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    Yeah. Pre made dominos. came together perfect.

    Yeah. Pre made dominos. came together perfect.
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    Osmo Polyx Hardwax Oil

    Osmo Polyx Hardwax Oil
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    Yeah, Here are a few photos I took on the day...

    Yeah, Here are a few photos I took on the day during the tricky part.

    I now spend half my days staring at the benchtops! haha

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    Well. It's been a few months! Nearly 3 in fact,...

    Well. It's been a few months! Nearly 3 in fact, but the job is done, so thought I'd circle back here to a thread that gave me loads of inspiration and actually helped me a lot.

    New kitchen done....
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    Wow. interesting workflow! Thanks for the pic! ...

    Wow. interesting workflow! Thanks for the pic!

    I work for Red Hat, so Fedora 28 at work, but at home I'm a sucker for Arch Linux. I use Plasma DE at work and prefer i3wm at home.

    I feel we've...
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    Hmm, I'm keen to check out out. I use Linux as my...

    Hmm, I'm keen to check out out. I use Linux as my daily machine and Sketchup in WINE isn't great. Gotta say, at first thought, having to script my design doesn't sound very fast/intuitive, but I...
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    I'm intrigued about the OpenSCAD program you...

    I'm intrigued about the OpenSCAD program you mentioned. Am I right that you create objects purely by scripting, not interactively like Sketchup?

    Your tail-dove joint is quite cool btw! :)
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    I think it depends why you do what you do. Do you...

    I think it depends why you do what you do. Do you do Woodwork for the purity of the craft? Is being a skilled hand tools only woodworker the end game? Or ( like me ) do you have limited time and just...
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    Little bit of an out there idea, but you could...

    Little bit of an out there idea, but you could fill it with concrete - not the boring driveway kind, but something like GFRC ( used for kitchen counter tops )and find a colour tint you like, again...
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    I'm halfway through building kitchen cabinets out...

    I'm halfway through building kitchen cabinets out of 16.5mm Melamine, and can attest that the Titebond Melamine Glue is absolutely amazing. I tried to dismantle a cabinet I built wrong the next day...
  25. Will definitely look at those clamps. I'm...

    Will definitely look at those clamps. I'm definitely struggling to find a preferred clamping solution that doesn't cost a fortune.

    One other observation that the OP might be interested in. I went...
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    N.S.W. Are you sure it's 1028? or is it 1084s? If the...

    Are you sure it's 1028? or is it 1084s? If the latter, and in good condition, they can fetch quite a bit ( somewhat a collectors item ) - i.e....
  27. I just bought my set a week ago. Mine is also...

    I just bought my set a week ago. Mine is also hyper duper accurate. I also bought the Super Parf Dogs + Chamfer tool. The Super dogs are really good, especially with the little chamfered ring that...
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    I hear ya, but there is already a step there (...

    I hear ya, but there is already a step there ( the house steps down into a large sunken open family area - where the tiles are shown ). The lower part isn't so much kitchen, as it will be a breakfast...
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    Well, incase anyone is interested, I've managed...

    Well, incase anyone is interested, I've managed to source the cabinets ( custom flatpack ) for under $6,000. The entire kitchen, including $10k of appliances and major renovation work ( new floor,...
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    That GoFlatpacks place uses 16.5mm HMR Melamine,...

    That GoFlatpacks place uses 16.5mm HMR Melamine, so I think that should be adequate.
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    This is why I got into Woodworking and wanting to...

    This is why I got into Woodworking and wanting to do things myself. Full stop.
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    OK. A new entrant into the mix. I'm leaning this...

    OK. A new entrant into the mix. I'm leaning this way: Online DIY Custom Cabinets Solutions | goFlatpacks - Australian Made

    edit: Wongo - Is this who you used?

    This seems the perfect mix of DIY...
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    Seriously impressive in many area's. Not least (...

    Seriously impressive in many area's. Not least ( and don't forget, i mentioned i love collecting tools! ), how on earth did you mange to buy those tools, at those prices. Those Blum Minipress's are...
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    Some really good insights there Richmond68. I...

    Some really good insights there Richmond68.

    I found this vid on hinges pretty useful for understanding full overlay, half overlay and inset. Infact, his channel is what got me thinking about...
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    Thanks all for the responses so far. Definitely...

    Thanks all for the responses so far. Definitely giving me some food for thought here. I love hearing the 'war stories' of people that have done this.

    chatting to SWMBO who is less enthusiastic to...
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    When you say 'coating' are you talking a 2pack...

    When you say 'coating' are you talking a 2pack finish?
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    Building your own Kitchen Cabinets

    Hi all,
    I do woodwork as a hobby, but have a pretty decent workshop, and just about every tool I could think I need ( sometimes i think my second hobby is tool collecting ). SWMBO has declared a new...
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    Some I like: 1. Kingpost Timberworks - Kiwi...

    Some I like:

    1. Kingpost Timberworks - Kiwi bloke who makes some nice stuff: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMwkFVvmhR6JmDgdWkio2kA

    2. Chris Salomone - Young guy with a good eye for design....
  39. All, Thanks so much for the input, it was...

    All,
    Thanks so much for the input, it was greatly appreciated and considered during the process.

    For those that want to know how it ended up - well, I popped down to Pops Shed and got the same...
  40. Hi All, Great feedback. Taking it all on board. ...

    Hi All,
    Great feedback. Taking it all on board.

    Oddy, whilst I like the conversion idea, I haven't got the the know how or time to do it, and really want to get setup and turning. I've doubled...
  41. Hi Brendan, Understood and certainly appreciate...

    Hi Brendan,
    Understood and certainly appreciate you chiming in! Are there any models you could recommend that might suffice for an entry level lathe with EVS under $2k?

    Edit: Or low $2ks? i.e....
  42. Deep Hollowing system sense check - Vermec?

    Hi all,
    I've not been on the forums for some time, but I've been tasked by SWMBO and I need to get tooled up to make some pots. I've only got a midi lathe at the moment, so am looking at using this...
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    I know that this is an old thread, but in the...

    I know that this is an old thread, but in the interests of anyone that finds their way here via google, or that might be otherwise interested, I just took delivery of the Chicago Hush 150 / 3Hp 19cfm...
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    This vid seems to have some good info: ...

    This vid seems to have some good info:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CbNZ7NBXAMA
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    This is awesome. the only truly flat surface I...

    This is awesome. the only truly flat surface I have is my Table Saw! :/ - Definitely keen to build a torsion box style assembly table like this.

    Nice work :)
  46. Adding to Bob38s' comments, Bleach won't kill...

    Adding to Bob38s' comments, Bleach won't kill mould, especially on porous surfaces such as timber. It merely changes the colour of the mould on the surface.

    You could try an Anti Microbial...
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    I did also look at Aluminium, but i found that it...

    I did also look at Aluminium, but i found that it flexed compared to similar sized steel, i also think it would be easier to prime & paint the steel if you needed to.

    Anyway, good luck with it,...
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    depending on how much of a wood/joinery purist...

    depending on how much of a wood/joinery purist you want to be, there are ways and means to provide support for longer spans.

    I knocked up a TV unit over Christmas, and SWMBO insisted that the leg...
  49. Yep. Works as advertised. Main advantages are...

    Yep. Works as advertised. Main advantages are ease of changing finger size and the micro-adjust to dial in the perfect fit. Doing that with the home-made jig was a more of a pain.
  50. Well. This failure turned out to be a huge...

    Well. This failure turned out to be a huge success in the end. I'm way happier with the end result of this box. The joints are better, and given it was an odd size, I also managed to make it a centre...
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