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    Make a scratch stock out of scrap wood and a...

    Make a scratch stock out of scrap wood and a hacksaw blade.
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    Aha, they are grinding attachments. The left hand...

    Aha, they are grinding attachments. The left hand ones look to be for a tool grinder, the right hand ones look like planer blade holders that can be mounted on a surface grinder.
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    Could you put up some pictures please? I donít...

    Could you put up some pictures please? I donít have one of those Pintarinstabookface account thingys so the link is useless.
  4. Thread: Red Cedar

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    I do; Lucifer is the one of the very few TV...

    I do; Lucifer is the one of the very few TV series that I bother watching. Roll on August when season 5 airs!
  5. Thread: Red Cedar

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    I see the Fallen Angel, the Prince of Darkness....

    I see the Fallen Angel, the Prince of Darkness. Behold His Infernal Majesty; Lucifer Morningstar! :devilred:



    Or a dog.:question:
  6. Well, I havenít come across one like that before....

    Well, I havenít come across one like that before. It looks to have been sharpened on both the flat and the curved sides; I donít think thatís typical. The geometry of the plane is that only the tiny...
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    Itís not too late to reconsider the scroll saw...

    Itís not too late to reconsider the scroll saw idea....:rolleyes:
  8. A side rebate that could also be a v-grooving...

    A side rebate that could also be a v-grooving plane?

    By that description you might have a core box plane; any chance of a photo?
  9. When you say "moulding" plane can you be a bit...

    When you say "moulding" plane can you be a bit more specific?

    From what I've seen the overwhelming majority of these are side bead planes; they tend to go for about $20 each on average.
    Hollows...
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    I don't think those blades would cut it in a...

    I don't think those blades would cut it in a bread slicer; they are far too coarse and should probably be made from stainless.

    I reckon they may be intended for frame or bow saws; the ones that...
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    You could spray the concrete a different colour,...

    You could spray the concrete a different colour, or stencil on a pattern?

    THIS VIDEO was all I needed to convince me to have a crack and do it myself.
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    N.S.W. Hi Nick; I'll take the 9mm if you're willing to...

    Hi Nick; I'll take the 9mm if you're willing to post;

    I've also put in an offer for the AngleMag (saw that post first!) so they could be combined for shipping easily enough if you're happy; would...
  13. Thread: AngleMag

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    N.S.W. Hi Nick; would you post this? If the $60...

    Hi Nick; would you post this?

    If the $60 asking price would include shipping to 4670 then I'll take it.

    I've also asked for the 9mm mortise chisel so the two items can be combined in the same...
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    Please be a typo... please be a typo... please be...

    Please be a typo... please be a typo... please be a typo...:fingerscrossed:
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    Are you going to build a guide assembly similar...

    Are you going to build a guide assembly similar to that used on a bandsaw? And just as rigid? That would certainly help reduce the blade wandering off at an angle like my old Triton jigsaw attachment...
  16. A little simplistic but not bad for use as a...

    A little simplistic but not bad for use as a "first glance" reference; the later type descriptions have some errors but anything with the ogee-shouldered frog (type 16 on) generally aren't sought...
  17. Thanks for that video Dennis; very interesting. I...

    Thanks for that video Dennis; very interesting. I actually have the big Triton TRA001 mounted in a Jessem router lift so I get the precision of the Jessem with the outstanding features of the...
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    According to the Gifkins website it's only 13mm...

    According to the Gifkins website it's only 13mm thick. Waaay too thin in my mind; and because it doesn't use an insert plate your router has to screw to it losing 13mm plunge depth.

    I'm somewhat...
  19. Thread: Stumpy 78

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    Well that was weird; that hyperlink was what I...

    Well that was weird; that hyperlink was what I added to a completely different post a couple of days earlier.

    I have fixed up my original post and added it again here. And this is the offending...
  20. Thread: Stumpy 78

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    I don't believe it; another "modified" 78 has hit...

    I don't believe it; another "modified" 78 has hit ebay. THIS ONE is a Record; has essentially no blade left and has a starting bid price of $125.

    If this one sells I may have to fire up the angle...
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    One day I hope to have acquired the requisite...

    One day I hope to have acquired the requisite eye, skill and patience to build something similar. :2tsup: One day...
  22. So that's what the ruddy things are called;...

    So that's what the ruddy things are called; Cadaghis!

    My neighbour had a few of them on our border; two or three are still standing. They are absolute burgers for dropping leaves everywhere and...
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    My new router table

    For many years I coped reasonably well with a Triton RTA300 router table with all the bells, whistles and available attachments, but wasn't really happy as it still required ducking underneath to...
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    Stumpy Nubs

    I love this man's videos; they are loaded with innovative ideas. I've splashed out and purchased a couple of his plans in the past.

    In this one he uses HD drawer slides fitted...
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    Nice and minimalist! I really like the way the...

    Nice and minimalist! I really like the way the top has been supported using those slender tapered braces.

    How was the rest of the joinery constructed; housed rebates, Dominos/biscuits/dowels or...
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    QUEENSLAND Go on, Iíll take 11, 12 & 13 PM on itís way...

    Go on, Iíll take 11, 12 & 13

    PM on itís way...
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    Hi Paul; Iím enjoying the build! I used to...

    Hi Paul; Iím enjoying the build!

    I used to have a Triton router table and bought the upside down jigsaw mounting kit with the intention of using it as a bandsaw substitute, however it really...
  28. Do you want the full kit or just a replacement...

    Do you want the full kit or just a replacement winder handle?
  29. Thread: Superglue

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    Any brand of superglue, or epoxy or polyurethane...

    Any brand of superglue, or epoxy or polyurethane will be fine; but have you already attempted to glue this with something else, like PVA or hot melt glue?

    If this is a second attempt at gluing...
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    WANTED:QLD. Thanks Mark, but it has to be 9mm exactly. Canít...

    Thanks Mark, but it has to be 9mm exactly. Canít go bigger, canít go smaller :(.

    Iíve found references to Japanese chisels in this size, plus Henry Eckert lists one but doesnít seem to want to...
  31. Thread: Superglue

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    How deep into the wood is it going, and what sort...

    How deep into the wood is it going, and what sort of loads will it be subjected to? Going into end grain or face grain?

    In general I would say yes; if the hole has been bored out cleanly and the...
  32. Thread: prototype

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    Very sensible idea; youíve obviously thought this...

    Very sensible idea; youíve obviously thought this through :2tsup:
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    Did you see Derek Cohenís ďGigantic Shooting...

    Did you see Derek Cohenís ďGigantic Shooting BoardĒ for shooting/jointing drawer sides? This uses a number 7 jointer.
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    That looks like solid core; what is needed here...

    That looks like solid core; what is needed here is flex cable.

    I donít think Iíve ever seen flat flex in 3 core. I do like RossMís suggestion to simply fit a solid spacer in the window; the only...
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    WANTED:QLD. 9mm mortise chisel wanted

    I have a small project coming up that specifies 9mm mortises; does anyone have a 9mm mortise chisel theyíd like to offload?

    Itís an uncommon size I know but Iím trying to avoid buying an...
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    Do you mean barbed connections? If so then...

    Do you mean barbed connections? If so then thereís very little in SS above 1/2Ē available in Australia. Dixons make SS barbed elbows and Tee splicers but only up to 1/2Ē in 304SS and 3/4Ē in brass. ...
  37. That casting looks to be a generic one used by...

    That casting looks to be a generic one used by several lathe brands; most of whom will be able to supply an extension. If WEN are saying they canít supply one it may just mean they couldnít be...
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    40 x 60 in hardwood would probably be ok, you'll...

    40 x 60 in hardwood would probably be ok, you'll need to make the loose tenons about 12-15mm thick. I wouldnít use softwood on the two cross members that the legs attach to but the others would be...
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    THIS LINK...

    THIS LINK to an archived forum posting lists the various stamps used on the Mathiesons.

    The only reason I know of where the word ďMasterĒ was stamped or engraved onto an item was when it was...
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    Might work... Can you please tell us the...

    Might work...

    Can you please tell us the dimensions of the cross members and how thick the rails are? And if youíll be using the same timber that the other components are made from?
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    I canít make out much of the first plane, the...

    I canít make out much of the first plane, the bottom of the stamping in the 3rd photo looks like it says ďEnglish BeechĒ but no idea what the top word(s) are. I can tell you that the arrowhead...
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    Sorry, but if you are expecting the whole thing...

    Sorry, but if you are expecting the whole thing plus the weight of two people to be supported on legs only fitted to two of the cross members you need to either house or mortise them in. Plus your...
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    Ok, hereís what I was thinking (views are...

    Ok, hereís what I was thinking (views are essentially upside down because thatís how I imagined it and in keeping with your WIP photos :) )

    A box section frame to give torsional rigidity and...
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    This looks interesting! Is it necessary to...

    This looks interesting!

    Is it necessary to cut up the apron? I can think of a way to fit a drawer which uses the entire apron as a false front while maintaining the overall rigidity of the frame;...
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    Hello Brian, I recall companies like Timbecon...

    Hello Brian,

    I recall companies like Timbecon and Carbatec used to sell saw arbors for making your own table saw but I can no longer find any reference to them.

    Chinese suppliers like Banggood...
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    I noticed that it had been dropped from their...

    I noticed that it had been dropped from their online range but wasnít aware theyíd pulled the plug on making the spares. :(
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    I would probably leave the lumps and bumps as...

    I would probably leave the lumps and bumps as they are unless you really feel they need to go. Imperfections add character and there is still furniture being made with the most distressing... erm,...
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    The truncated 78 on Ebay was fiercely fought over...

    The truncated 78 on Ebay was fiercely fought over by two bidders and sold for $210. The 1910-ish complete 78 listed in my link attracted only 10 bids and ended up going for only 53 dollars and...
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    QUEENSLAND Ok, I have an expression of interest from one of...

    Ok, I have an expression of interest from one of our guild members so Iíll PM you regarding contact details for a viewing; but as per forum rules any definite offer to buy will come via posting in...
  50. By diameter and pitch yes; but the threadform and...

    By diameter and pitch yes; but the threadform and thread angles are very different.
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