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    NEW DRAW I'm in

    I'm in
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    Boy have I been busy, now got the upstairs deck...

    Boy have I been busy, now got the upstairs deck finished in spotted gum and the Peak balustrade system installed. The balustrade has to meet the BAL29 rating, I also ran it past my building surveyor...
  3. +1 for the Jesse guides as well, they fit nicely...

    +1 for the Jesse guides as well, they fit nicely on my Incra fence system.
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    Well pictureman, that also sounds like a good...

    Well pictureman, that also sounds like a good idea also, I'll keep that in mind.
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    Thanks China, that's what I'm thinking as well,...

    Thanks China, that's what I'm thinking as well, might be the easy solution. I was hoping that seeing it is used on most modern wood commercially made furniture someone would know what they use.
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    Finish of modern furniture

    I have some solid timber newish furniture as you can't make everything your self. Anyhow, I have a very big dining table that I have to cut down to a reasonable size for my new dining area, mainly...
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    Some more pictures of other things for your eyes....

    Some more pictures of other things for your eyes.

    pictures of batteries, inverter and regulators for off grid,
    wood burner with thermosyphon jacket,
    another finished room,
    kitchen and newly...
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    Hi you all, I have been working so hard I have...

    Hi you all, I have been working so hard I have had no time to update this thread let alone look it up so a big sorry for taking my eye off the ball.

    So how is it all going? Well I'm still building...
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    Well done on Harvey, I have it and love it, one...

    Well done on Harvey, I have it and love it, one of my better purchases I think:)
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    Very nice work Derek as always. SB

    Very nice work Derek as always.

    SB
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    I have decided and completed the desired outcome...

    I have decided and completed the desired outcome using Derek's method. Yes, I did get some grain direction problems but used some epoxy to smooth over, now all good. Thanks for the offers of help and...
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    Thanks guys, I'm on to it and I will think on...

    Thanks guys, I'm on to it and I will think on Derek’s suggestion as this really might be sufficient to work well. I can do the vice up with a piece of steel pipe but it's not efficient.

    SB
  13. All the time when I start a never done project...

    All the time when I start a never done project and that’s the challenge that keeps me doing woodwork. I choose projects that I think I might fail at just to test myself.

    SB
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    Thank you Mick, I have sent a pm to you. SB

    Thank you Mick, I have sent a pm to you.

    SB
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    Need a favour pretty please

    I just got around to installing my McJing bench vice after a year of it sitting around the workshop. Well wouldn’t you know it, the vice handle I purchased from CarbaTec also a year ago is too big to...
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    This is impressive for a test piece, can't wait...

    This is impressive for a test piece, can't wait for the real thing.

    SB
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    I've pulled up a seat. SB

    I've pulled up a seat.

    SB
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    I have the Harvey 12” and thought there might be...

    I have the Harvey 12” and thought there might be a Grizzly 12”.

    SB
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    Rob, any idea what grizzzly manual for the 12”...

    Rob, any idea what grizzzly manual for the 12” saw is? I would like to see if it's any better than the Harvey.

    SB
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    Yes, Xanthorrhoreas, I'm not missing Qld one bit...

    Yes, Xanthorrhoreas, I'm not missing Qld one bit and the house is coming along fine and your right it is a “nice chest with that figure in the top draws” my wife says thanks for the compliment. The...
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    Thank you for your words of advice and...

    Thank you for your words of advice and encouragement thumbthumper and mattocks. I have lots of time and consider all your recommendations:)

    SB
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    I've been using diamond stones for a few years...

    I've been using diamond stones for a few years and love them. Mine start at 400, then 1000, then 6000. After these I use diamond jewellers paste of 8000, then 14000 to finish on mdf. I find I only...
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    This starting to get really good for a change....

    This starting to get really good for a change. Some great ideas going on, with wheels, windows, rubbish bin liners and a handle on the side. Where have I been all my life? I think I need to think...
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    Well I never, Ian has done it again, they are...

    Well I never, Ian has done it again, they are almost perfect. I can adapt these easily to get the final finished style I'm after, thanks a lot Ian, fantastic job. Sorry this comes to an end for you...
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    Hi Ian, I had a feeling you’d chime in. We share...

    Hi Ian, I had a feeling you’d chime in. We share short legs I guess and I see why that will make a difference.

    SB
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    Thanks poundy, that's the one, now all I need is...

    Thanks poundy, that's the one, now all I need is some plans with measurements.

    SB
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    Red Cedar chest of draws resto

    Hi, I got this red cedar chest of draws the other week and I'm going to do a restore on it. The old lady I bought it off said it’s at least 100 years old as her mother handed it down to her. I'm...
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    Yes, it's your image that does not copy and...

    Yes, it's your image that does not copy and paste. The pic should be the last one from your post numbered 9. Sorry to hear about your ankle but I guess that’s what you get for abandoning us and going...
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    Hi Ian, good work, this is more of what I am...

    Hi Ian, good work, this is more of what I am thinking, I can adapt this style I think to get what I want. I think you like the challenge of hunting this down.
    SB

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    Hi Ian, thanks for the trouble you have gone to....

    Hi Ian, thanks for the trouble you have gone to. I'm after something like your first post but no back and the arms curved outward.

    SB
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    Yes, auscab, but with the arms not upholstered,...

    Yes, auscab, but with the arms not upholstered, more with slats and more curved, but yes, the right idea.

    SB
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    Plans for a hall bench

    I'm looking for some plans that I can adapt for a hall bench that’s simple with arms and a padded seat. No storage, and must look like a refined bit of furniture. I'm at the planning stage for this...
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    DRAWN & CLAIMED I'm in

    I'm in
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    Yep, got one about 5 years back in mint condition...

    Yep, got one about 5 years back in mint condition with original metal box and manual it came with, at the local markets for $15. From memory it said made in 1969 but of course it may have been a...
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    Well it's been a long time, I know, I know. Well...

    Well it's been a long time, I know, I know. Well after over 6 months I eventually got around to pulling the motor off and taking it in for repair at my local Carbatec, believe it or not it had a 3...
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    CLAIMED I’m in.

    I’m in.
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    CLAIMED I'm in

    I'm in
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    No problems Ian, all the best wishes. SB

    No problems Ian, all the best wishes.

    SB
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    Ok, just as Ian has no idea of what a door looks...

    Ok, just as Ian has no idea of what a door looks like here is one I made last May and still going strong. It's a back door that is used daily as the main entry door so it gets a work out, the rest...
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    Christ Ian, your hard. I thought you would know...

    Christ Ian, your hard. I thought you would know what a door looks like. It's too dark to take a picture now so I'll do it tomorrow, anything for you:)

    SB
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    Well folks, a quick update. I have had all 4...

    Well folks, a quick update. I have had all 4 doors in now for a year and no problems using the Titebond III.
    I glued 190mm x 45mm strips with some biscuits for alignment. Primed and painted 3 coats...
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    CLAIMED I'm in

    I'm in
  43. yep, I used to get them on amazon and buy several...

    yep, I used to get them on amazon and buy several packs but I found they lasted quite well. I now have the helix head on mine as a self fit and just love it but your right it makes it expensive.

    SB
  44. I only went once and took my trailer, I did not...

    I only went once and took my trailer, I did not regret it, made some of the best furniture I ever made from the wood I got there. If I was ever to go back (I now live in Tasmania) I would not think...
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    CLAIMED I'm in

    I'm in
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    Yep, your right Ian, it should be happy to say....

    Yep, your right Ian, it should be happy to say. The house should be connected in a couple of months we hope. The off grid was designed by professionals with the knowledge of my workshop machinery and...
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    Yes, the off grid fallacy raises its head again....

    Yes, the off grid fallacy raises its head again. Sorry to say my system has no problems running my workshop what so ever, there’s plenty of power. I do have a gold standard system I must say. It has...
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    Thanks Bohdan, just what I was after, some way to...

    Thanks Bohdan, just what I was after, some way to do a simple check if the symptom was not an obvious guide to the problem. I'll give it a go with safety upper most. At the end of the day it is still...
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    Hi BobL, I have only tried with belt off the main...

    Hi BobL, I have only tried with belt off the main wheel and it works fine without any load on it but when the drive belt is put back on the main wheel it will not drive it. It seems to start and run...
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    Is this capacitor problem?

    My Jet 18” Bandsaw will not go, it's only 3 years old and has not had much use to date. It will not move the blade at start up. I took the belt off from the motor to the bottom wheel pulley and...
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