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  1. Thread: Hi

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    Gidday, welcome. Lots to learn around here!

    Gidday, welcome. Lots to learn around here!
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    Absolutely (nothin) uh-huh, uh-huh

    Absolutely (nothin) uh-huh, uh-huh
  3. Thread: Convince Us!

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    Mitre saw with flip-up arms saves a lot of space....

    Mitre saw with flip-up arms saves a lot of space. You can also have a bench on a hinge against a wall, with fold-down legs, to save some width. I built a few of the mobile tool stations from Steve...
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    Looks like a ripper of a machine (!!), and seems...

    Looks like a ripper of a machine (!!), and seems like a good price, but WA is a looong way from many people in AU (for such a heavy+fragile machine). I'm kindof in the market myself, but $3k is over...
  5. Thread: Router Table

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    Something with an Incra LS Positioner?...

    Something with an Incra LS Positioner?
    https://www.timbecon.com.au/incra-ls-wonderfence-super-systems

    Disclaimer: I have one of these, but I'm no expert. I find it useful because my eyes are...
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    Sorry missed it, stuck on a work thing.

    Sorry missed it, stuck on a work thing.
  7. Thread: New shed costs

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    I'm in the process of shed planning myself. Mine...

    I'm in the process of shed planning myself. Mine is 16x8 (about 2.5 times the area of yours), 3.6m eave height, 3 roller doors
    - the kit itself is about $25-28k depending on options
    - slab is about...
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    SOLD: No problem :)

    No problem :)
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    SOLD: If your first offer falls through, I'll take it.

    If your first offer falls through, I'll take it.
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    Did you look at wide span sheds? I wonder where...

    Did you look at wide span sheds? I wonder where they would figure in your list.

    View the Latest Catalogue for your Region | Wide Span Sheds
  11. Celtic? Looks more Maori to me.

    Celtic? Looks more Maori to me.
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    Who manufactured your shed? Trying to understand...

    Who manufactured your shed? Trying to understand the differences between the options here.
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    @Dan87 what final specs, shape, etc did you...

    @Dan87 what final specs, shape, etc did you decide on? What roof height/shape/pitch. I'm hoping to build a similar sized shed late this year. 6-8m deep and 14-18m wide (constraints due to...
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    Welcome! Every project you build, you'll learn...

    Welcome! Every project you build, you'll learn things. Just keep at it, your skills will improve, and you'll figure out what's worth spending $ on and what isn't. What part of Melbourne are you in? ...
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    When I sold my place, I write a doc for the new...

    When I sold my place, I write a doc for the new owner about what it all was, how to patch sockets to be phone or network or home security etc. Whether they used that is entirely up to them.


    Sent...
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    OK, I took the Stanley #4 apart to give it a bit...

    OK, I took the Stanley #4 apart to give it a bit of a clean, and check it out. According to the Stanley identifier at How to Identify Stanley Hand Plane Age and Type (Type Study Tool) | Wood and Shop...
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    While my rip blade is shipping, tried the new...

    While my rip blade is shipping, tried the new combo blade on some cross cuts. So sharp and clean! Didnt know what I was missing!!!


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    Found some more, including the other from the set...

    Found some more, including the other from the set https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20210226/7357b3c75053846f7a951a2b85bf8f6e.jpg
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    Friday lunch prattle

    Oh the no-name days Soba on the side. I think previous owner bought this set - I have all the pieces

    Handtool Starter Set in Wooden Box - 5 Pces | Carbatec...
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    Oh the no-name days Soba on the side Sent...

    Oh the no-name days Soba on the side


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    On that note, Paige was trying to convince me to...

    On that note, Paige was trying to convince me to give hand tools a go, planes in particular. Heres what I found in the shed ...
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    I'm 80%. Happy to prattle on whatever topic we...

    I'm 80%. Happy to prattle on whatever topic we decide :)
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    Welcome. I too, would like to make a few $ from...

    Welcome. I too, would like to make a few $ from my hobby. Seems like making frames for my wife's canvas art is the best bet right now - doubles the price!
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    I have a lm72m010 (24t) ordered due Tuesday....

    I have a lm72m010 (24t) ordered due Tuesday. Guess my thin kerf snap purchases will be useless until I can find a way to make a riving knife


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    Thanks for the tips on blade height! I had it...

    Thanks for the tips on blade height! I had it just above the top of the timber.


    And the riving knife for the thin-kerf blades! I might not have noticed that. Any idea where to get one? Saw is...
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    I tried to push it evenly, but looking at the...

    I tried to push it evenly, but looking at the marks, maybe not even enough.

    I switched to the bandsaw, which cut without burning, but has a pretty rubbish wavey finish, so needs sanding anyway. ...
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    @yvan it's a 40t combo blade (branded as Jet),...

    @yvan it's a 40t combo blade (branded as Jet), per the original post. Probably a bit old.

    I asked here for some blade recommendations, but nobody has replied yet - maybe it's one of those...
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    https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20210224/de1858a0...

    https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20210224/de1858a06b8135f666dcb9d78c48cb42.jpg

    So much sanding required :/
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    About 2

    About 2
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    A couple of table saw questions...

    A mostly Newbie woodworker here

    Was attempting to cut some Blackwood into 1/8 and 1/4 strips for making some box dividers, but am getting significant burn marks.

    Is this wood especially bad for...
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    Welcome. Lots of Melbournites here. What sort of...

    Welcome. Lots of Melbournites here. What sort of woodwork things are you into / expecting to be into?
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    Is this the "full length wooden drawer slides"...

    Is this the "full length wooden drawer slides" video you were talking about?
    How To Make Wooden Full Extension Drawer Slides - Woodworking - YouTube
    At about 65 seconds into the video he flashes up...
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    Welcome! Lots of knowledgable people around here,...

    Welcome! Lots of knowledgable people around here, to help requiring those rusty skills :)
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    I just bought a chainsaw too, and wouldn't touch...

    I just bought a chainsaw too, and wouldn't touch the thing without chaps and sturdy boots. I didn't get a full-face helmet (a bit spendy for me, when I don't do much real felling), but always wear...
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    Planning to attend!

    Planning to attend!
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    Any tips on getting real wood in 32mm and ~300...

    Any tips on getting real wood in 32mm and ~300 depth? DAR from Bunnings costs a fortune, even if they stock something this wide. MDF is about $100/sheet at 32mm. Ply about the same. I have a...
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    I need a back on the shelf for aesthetics (did...

    I need a back on the shelf for aesthetics (did you see the wallpaper??) and rigidity. I figure I'd make most of the shelves adjustable, with maybe a middle one solid for strength. Maybe solution...
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    Related question - what's a good couple of...

    Related question - what's a good couple of spiral/compression bits to have in the inventory? I don't own any - all my pattern and straight bits are straight cut. What is the "right" bit for cutting...
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    > the depth less the thickness of the moldings...

    > the depth less the thickness of the moldings suggests that the shelves are over still 400mm deep. This is incredibly deep for bookshelves - normally 200mm is very generous, 150 mm is fairly common....
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    I went and measured the space (it's two alcoves...

    I went and measured the space (it's two alcoves each side of a fireplace). The space is 362cm tall, by 140cm wide, by 59cm deep (where the dresser is in attached photo)

    488399

    I'm not...
  43. SOLD: If that sale falls through, Im interested. ...

    If that sale falls through, Im interested. Moving it will be a challenge!
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    Test worked well, but wife is off painting a...

    Test worked well, but wife is off painting a mural on the art-studio wall now, so my opportunity has passed. https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20210119/52ca5dc60f12b0c2b4a11c916db157bc.jpg

    Off...
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    I assuming 3/4" ply for the shelves, with a Tas...

    I assuming 3/4" ply for the shelves, with a Tas Oak edging strip for appearance of thickness, and some stiffness. Given the shelf will be so far above our head, the "fake" thickness would be...
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    The Sagulator – WoodBin...

    The Sagulator – WoodBin is cool!
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    Very tall bookshelf: design and sagging

    Hi all,

    Sometime this year, I'm going to be asked to build a couple of very tall bookshelves, with design pretty similar to the link below, but with about double the total height (maybe a bit...
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    Ahh good! I just couldn't get my brain around...

    Ahh good! I just couldn't get my brain around that on the fly, so gave up and used no-more-gaps ;)

    For an octagon-shaped pergola, the internal angle is 135, so the table saw would be set at...
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    You do want a bit of a fall in the slab to help...

    You do want a bit of a fall in the slab to help with water egress if it happens (so that's good), but 100mm is probably more than you want in a shop floor (presumably that's over about 6m, if this is...
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    Welcome! There's always something to talk about. ...

    Welcome! There's always something to talk about. So much varied experience here, can't help but chat/learn.
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