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    [/COLOR]isolating the power at the mains is what...

    [/COLOR]isolating the power at the mains is what I meant


    RB is on the money.
    Do the plaster work before the cabinets are installed, while access is easy.
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    Don't forget to take us along for the ride :)

    Don't forget to take us along for the ride

    :)
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    Potential "How to ..." books

    glenn
    also check out some of these How to books Catalog | Guillemot Kayaks

    and also here Wood Kayak Shop - Building One Ocean Kayaks
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    Hi Glenn Your persistence is very encouraging....

    Hi Glenn

    Your persistence is very encouraging.
    this site is still active and includes a BBS where many of your potential questions can be asked and hopefully answered.
    Blue Heron Kayaks ...
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    two, possibly three, potential "gotcha" issues I...

    two, possibly three, potential "gotcha" issues I can see.

    1. does the new cabinetry exactly match the colour of the pelmet you have left in the ceiling? Me thinks it's unlikely.

    2. do the...
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    so the issue is about achieving 200 mm clearance...

    so the issue is about achieving 200 mm clearance from the closest gas burner. Perhaps Bernmc has the required 200 mm clearance, meaning his "potentially" combustible splash back is OK?
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    Glenn David Payne stopped his design work in...

    Glenn

    David Payne stopped his design work in early 2016 or possibly earlier.
    Your plans possibly date from the mid-noughties. So I'm not overly surprised by the lack of build threads.

    ...
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    Graeme, if Ikea felt there was sufficient...

    Graeme, if Ikea felt there was sufficient consumer demand, they would build flat pack Sashimono furniture.

    Thank god that so far they have not attempted to ...





    but read the second...
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    doesn't this answer you original question about...

    doesn't this answer you original question about how to remove the glass panels?
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    Nathan, I understand Christopher has published...

    Nathan, I understand

    Christopher has published an ebook -- the last of the Anarchists series -- which is available free here...
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    Hi Glenn welcome to the forums have you...

    Hi Glenn
    welcome to the forums

    have you directed your questions to Boat Craft Pacific?

    I'm a bit surprised that the plans arrived without any instructions. Perhaps an instruction manual is...
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    where I'm curious is ... why were the glass...

    where I'm curious is ...

    why were the glass balustrades installed before the deck was waterproofed? I would have thought that normal was to install the balustrades after the deck was waterproofed...
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    from Holdfasts by Gramercy Tools...

    from Holdfasts by Gramercy Tools

    The holdfast is designed for 3/4" hole in a workbench top of a 1 3/4" thick or thicker.
    6 1/2" reach. Maximum clamping 7 1/4" in a 2" thick benchtop.

    45 mm...
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    Nathan, Woodpixel Don't get carried away by the...

    Nathan, Woodpixel
    Don't get carried away by the relative cost of the material.

    Neither of you need F27 hardwood
    Nor, for that matter, do you need F17 hardwood either

    F8 hardwood is roughly...
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    Perhaps a bit backwards, but ... there's...

    Perhaps a bit backwards, but ...

    there's nothing inherently wrong with turning the seat in the lathe, shaping the outside, then refining the stool seat with your travisher and shaves.

    ...
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    I favour Peter Galbert's method -- hold the seat...

    I favour Peter Galbert's method -- hold the seat vertically in a vise.

    https://s3.amazonaws.com/finewoodworking.s3.tauntoncloud.com/app/uploads/2020/09/16120830/011285044-main-700x394.jpg
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    John Your kitchen has some very strong...

    John

    Your kitchen has some very strong horizontal lines, emphasised by the coloured horizontal stripe.

    Me. I'd try for two rows of tiles below the stripe and one above -- but that infers you...
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    Leigh I don't want to say what my legitimate job...

    itís not the taxman who is paying, but the tax payer. That would be me and a few million other Aussies.
    Leigh[/QUOTE]
    Leigh
    I don't want to say what my legitimate job was 30+ years ago. Doing so...
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    like this 483391 Note how the rail tenons are...

    like this
    483391

    Note how the rail tenons are offset from the top / bottom of the door.
    Best practice was wedged through tenons
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    See this image from Door Making & Window Making...

    See this image from Door Making & Window Making
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    Note how, with a double width door, the door frame adds "bulk" to the overall width of the opening, meaning that the two centre stiles look...
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    Bloody Japanese and their "love" of interlocking...

    Bloody Japanese and their "love" of interlocking joints.

    So the Tokyo University is now looking to displace (deskill) temple carpenters with their (Tokyo Uni's) CNC cut joints. Disgraceful.

    ...
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    According to their profile, the OP was back...

    According to their profile, the OP was back checking on replies between posts #9 and #10.

    Issues I can suggest
    1. the OP should check that their square is "square" -- using the known straight...
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    Pretty sure that Mark is referring to one of...

    Pretty sure that Mark is referring to one of these CMT Industrial Adjustable Scoring Blade (Scribe Blade) - 11800 max RPM | Carbatec...
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    This looks like there was a doorway here sometime...

    This looks like there was a doorway here sometime in the past.

    more importantly, from what you write, I'm guessing you are something like the 10th or 11th owner of the property.

    Given your...
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    as I understand LPG systems, there are two types ...

    as I understand LPG systems, there are two types
    1. vapour is drawn from the top of the LPG tank -- e.g. for a bar-b-que -- and passes through a largish hose to reach the appliance.
    2. liquid...
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    STOP IT !! there's enough tool pawn on this...

    STOP IT !!

    there's enough tool pawn on this site already. (IanW, I'm looking at you )




    are both those travishers made by you, or were one, or both, made in the US by Peter Galbert or...
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    :whs: also now would be a good time to...

    :whs:



    also
    now would be a good time to mark the location of the wall studs.
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    I thought that is what I said :? It was...

    Incorrect
    LPG (liquid petroleum gas) when filling a bottle you fill the empty cylinder with liquid. When connecting the cylinder the liquid is at the bottom and you withdraw the vapour from the...
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    Chris If you are worried about power...

    Chris
    If you are worried about power interruptions at the house, Bosch do an instantaneous unit that relies on water flow to ignite the burner. Might be an option for you. HydroPower | Hot Water |...
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    :whs:

    :whs:
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    Hi John There is a high probability that the...

    Hi John

    There is a high probability that the floor material (vinyl or engineered flooring) has been cut to fit, so factor in replacing the entire floor back to some readily identifiable line where...
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    hi Salv To save you blundering around ... ...

    hi Salv

    To save you blundering around ... from Lost Art Press' website
    Lost Art Press & International OrderingLost Art Press ships books to the United States [only]. All electronic books and...
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    what size of delivery line do you have from the...

    what size of delivery line do you have from the LPG cylinder?
    my understanding is that LPG gas used for BBQs is drawn as gas from the top if the cylinder. For creating hot water, you need...
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    Albert (from Auckland) asked a similar question...

    Albert (from Auckland) asked a similar question not so long ago.
    My response was to check the antifungal and antimicrobial properties of WRC vs cypress before going too far with your plans. You...
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    and I should have added ... if any of teh 820...

    and I should have added ...
    if any of teh 820 wide doors are double doors, the centre stiles should be just over half the width of the outer stiles to maintain the visual look of a large 4 panel...
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    Hi Ardep what you should do is find USD $10.50...

    Hi Ardep
    what you should do is find USD $10.50 and purchase the PDF copy of Lost Art Press' Doormaking and Window-Making – Lost Art Press

    Traditionally, the upper rail of a door is the same...
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    Does this mean -- see picture above -- that the...

    Does this mean -- see picture above -- that the width between the cooktop and island is increasing by 350 mm, or there about.

    There is a high probability that the floor material (vinyl or...
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    Look at the pricing here -- ...

    Look at the pricing here -- https://autoblastgates.com.au/pricing

    The guys behind autoblastgates.com.au regularly post on these forums
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    I'll try and proffer a little light ... Men's...

    I'll try and proffer a little light ...

    Men's Sheds don't have any employees -- everyone, including the committee members -- are volunteers. At this time if the shed employs "no one" OH&S...
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    Just write a sort of semi convincing business...

    Just write a sort of semi convincing business plan.

    30+ years ago, I wrote off a custom bicycle, helmet and complete cycle outfit in one year on the basis that equipping myself it was a...
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    I was equating Felder with the Format4 line ...

    Iím not sure about that. I donít think there are any Felder branded CNCís. Theyíre all Format4 which means mortgage your wife and sell a kidney. 10+kW spindles and automated everything. The hammer...
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    it could well be any homebased woodworkers -- the...

    it could well be any homebased woodworkers -- the primary market for the Hammer line of machines -- are being "encouraged" to look at the Felder options which, if I can read the specs correctly,...
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    the Hammer option might effectively be...

    the Hammer option might effectively be plug-and-play, but you will still need the software to control the spindle.
    Are you up to the learning curve / price of Solidworks or Fusion 360

    More...
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    As I understand the history, Capt James Cook...

    As I understand the history, Capt James Cook discovered Norfolk Island on his second voyage. He didn't land on the island but did report to the British Admiralty that the island's pines would make...
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    Is your "generic" 40 tooth blade coloured silver...

    Is your "generic" 40 tooth blade coloured silver (AUD $70) or gold (AUD $115) ?

    Realistically, you don't need a dedicated ripping blade unless you are ripping a lot of 4 x 2 or thicker hardwood. ...
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    wow, hang on a minute. I'm sure that this is...

    wow, hang on a minute.
    I'm sure that this is the first time you mentioned that the blades were going into a SawStop.

    Which "generic 40 tooth blade" do you currently have ??
    Is it a genuine...
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    I've gone the other path with my saw dedicated...

    I've gone the other path with my saw
    dedicated 24 tooth rip blade -- for cutting 2 x 4s
    dedicated 80 tooth fine cross cut blade -- mostly used to cut foam board and baltic ply
    one 50 tooth...
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    Yeah Chris you're right "one blade to rule...

    Yeah Chris

    you're right "one blade to rule them all" ... just not sure that Amazon Australia carries Leitz blades
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    I'm not sure that Amazon.com.au carries the full...

    I'm not sure that Amazon.com.au carries the full range of Freud blades, but here in Canada,

    rip blades come as standard rip (24 teeth with a square grind) and glue line rip (30 teeth with a...
  50. 6 hours ?? :oo: so even before using the...

    6 hours ?? :oo:


    so even before using the HEPA CT32 for the purpose you bought it for, its upfront cost was worth it :2tsup:
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