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    Here at last!!! Incra's TINY T RULE

    This is destined to be your favorite measuring tool EVER!!, being easy to use, versatile, and precise. Just what you need in your apron pocket.

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    Ready to ship...
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    September 2019 eUpdate Newsletter

    Hi All

    Our latest newsletter is out, you can read it HERE

    We hope you enjoy the read

    Regards

    Grahame
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    New Product - ProSquare 4 Set-Ups

    Hi All, especially Multi Function Table Owners

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    Setting up Multi Function Tables and Track Saws can be frustratingly time consuming. Particularly when your existing supply of squares just...
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    July 2019 eUpdate Newsletter

    Hi

    Our July Newsletter is now available to view HERE

    Take note of the special offer on the Freeman 23 gauge pinner offer and our Clearance Corner


    Enjoy the read
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    NEW Hi The modified Drill Press Tables are...

    Hi


    The modified Drill Press Tables are ready to ship, they now work with both the Bosch PBD 40 and most conventional drill presses.

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    New in CLEARANCE CORNER

    Hi

    Just a heads up we've put an ex-Demo Super Fence and Solid Phenolic Router Table Top up for sale in our Clearance Corner at some great prices


    Only ONE of each so get in quick

    Regards
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    NEW More suitable table

    Hi All

    FWIW I've had one of these for a year or so, absolutely love it. My only beef was the size of the table, great for metalworkers but limited as far as larger cabinet work goes. Seeing we...
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    Maybe I'm missing something?? But any extra...

    Maybe I'm missing something?? But any extra fence on the left of the blade would do the same thing. Practically the accuracy features are lost, mainly due to the fact that the stop on the leading...
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    Hi Guys It is a positioner made by now defunct...

    Hi Guys

    It is a positioner made by now defunct Jointech. With all the Incra patents that are in place, I doubt that it pre-dates the Incra LS designs. Either way it ain't available anymore.

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    May 2019 News letter

    Hi

    The link to our May 2019 newsletter can be viewed HERE

    It features heaps of new products and ideas

    Regards


    Grahame
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    Hi Guys I had reason to call the Incra guys in...

    Hi Guys

    I had reason to call the Incra guys in Texas, amongst other things I asked if they had seen anyone making joints at other than 90 degrees on the iBox, the answer was NO!! but they didn't...
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    Hi I suppose it could be done, my main concern...

    Hi

    I suppose it could be done, my main concern would be clamping it firmly enough to be safe, as it would mean the workpiece is touching the fence at the bottom (table side) so the expanding...
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    Check out our BLOG

    Hi All

    A feature of our new website is our BLOG, we will try to use this as a way of highlighting;

    New Products
    Specials and other promotions
    Changes to our procedures, etc.
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    Christmas 2018 eUpdate Newsletter

    Hi all

    Our Christmas Newsletter is now available for viewing HERE


    We've included a few offers on our Woodpeckers Measuring and Set-out range as well as details of Woodpeckers Ultra-Shear Pen...
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    VICTORIA SOLD Thanks to everyone for your interest...

    SOLD


    Thanks to everyone for your interest shown.


    Regards


    Grahame
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    VICTORIA PM Sent

    PM Sent
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    VICTORIA Hi Steve I will work out a price by Tuesday PM...

    Hi Steve

    I will work out a price by Tuesday PM


    Regards


    Grahame
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    VICTORIA Ok, OK,

    Hi Guys

    Just need to get this out of the way.

    REDUCED to $930
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    October 2018 eUpdate Newsletter

    Hi All

    Our latest news letter can now be seen HERE


    Enjoy the read


    Regards
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    VICTORIA price drop $1000.00

    price drop $1000.00
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    VICTORIA Hi Ian The router is branded Swisstec but is...

    Hi Ian

    The router is branded Swisstec but is the same as our AUK WM1800 i.e. it's 1800 watt.


    Regards

    Grahame
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    VICTORIA Router Table Package

    Hi All.

    Sometime ago we received some samples of router table components for evaluation, for various reasons we decided not to proceed and these are now available for sale. Pick-up only from SE...
  23. Latest eUpdate Newsletter incl, New Products and Offers

    Hi All

    Our latest eUpdate Newsletter is out, if you haven't seen it, you can view it HERE


    It includes 2 special offers and an interesting story on an award winning, vision impaired...
  24. Thread: New Website

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    New Website

    Hi

    In recent times we have been beavering away upgrading our website.

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    The things you will notice when you visit are;
  25. A note of caution!!

    The Eliminator Chucks are great, provided you don't over tighten them. I can understand the desire to keep a router bit travelling at 22,000 RPM captive, but over tightening the EC isn't going to...
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    Hi If the DT rabbet wasn't made the joint...

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    If the DT rabbet wasn't made the joint couldn't be assembled. The rabbet compensates for the radius at the end of the stopped cut into the drawer front. That is stopped, router cuts can't be...
  27. Hi All A very interesting topic here are my...

    Hi All

    A very interesting topic here are my thoughts;

    1/ There isn't an Australian made router lift AFAIK.
    2/ The Incra Mast-R-Lift hasn't been mentioned, this is manufactured by Jessem to...
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    Hi As a middle of the road Dado, THIS...

    Hi

    As a middle of the road Dado, THIS is quite a good seller for us. Never had a complaint and good value at $259

    Regards

    Grahame
  29. Thread: Mitre express

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    Hi Barri Interesting there aren't any replies,...

    Hi Barri

    Interesting there aren't any replies, I guess they just work so well users take them for granted? We sell lots, the only negative feedback we get is usually related to situations where...
  30. Thread: Incra CleanSweep

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    Hi Router tables are notoriously difficult to...

    Hi

    Router tables are notoriously difficult to keep clean, however, they are also one of the most useful components of a modern workshop. Any collection system requires occasional intervention in...
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    Thanks

    Hi Barri

    Thanks for the order we will post it after the 9th.

    If you're interested in a bit of history.... when we started our business 12 + years ago we identified a 'safety switch' as a...
  32. Thread: Miter5000 sled

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    Hi again As promised here is the reply...

    Hi again

    As promised here is the reply received from Perry at Incra in Texas


    Grahame,

    I can see that the customer's tablesaw is a left tilt. The conventional wisdom is that when...
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    Hi Trav I would have thought moving the mitre...

    Hi Trav

    I would have thought moving the mitre gauge to the left of the blade would have allowed enough room for the fence to stay in place?

    Regards

    Grahame
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    Hi Trav There aren't many Mitre 5000's in use...

    Hi Trav

    There aren't many Mitre 5000's in use in OZ, so I'm not sure if anybody has faced your situation on a SawStop, I will ask the question of the guys in Texas.

    My first reaction was that...
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    Not exactly correct!! Yes there are more...

    Not exactly correct!! Yes there are more templates in the imperial set, but many are duplicates i.e. have the same markings but are labelled for different joints, the metric templates and the...
  36. Thread: Metric?

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    Hi The issue with router bits Imperial or...

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    The issue with router bits Imperial or Metric is not the size marked on the pack or on the shank of the bit but the size it actually cuts. Fortunately the majority of router work is done in 2...
  37. October Newsletter - New Products, Deal of the Month, Rob Cosman offer

    Hi

    Our October Newsletter can be viewed HERE

    Enjoy the read

    Regards

    Grahame
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    Hi Ours is a two part solution, 1st the...

    Hi

    Ours is a two part solution, 1st the Universal Adaptor Plate by Jasper (makers of accessories for audio system builders) which is pre-drilled for a wide range of routers and 2nd the WoodRiver...
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    HELP SOMEONE ELSE! Hi Woodies Thanks to all those who have...

    Hi Woodies

    Thanks to all those who have donated tools Richard and his volunteers are beavering away preparing them for shipping. Now that part of the project is complete, the financial side is in...
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    HELP SOMEONE ELSE! Rambutso Island Project with Richard Vaughan

    Hi Woodies

    Some of you may be aware of Richards Vaughan's work helping the Rambutso Island communities in Papua New Guinea. With the help of Aussie Woodies Richard is collecting hand tools for...
  41. August 2016 Newletter Fathers Day Gift Ideas + HELP for Rambutso Island

    Hi all

    It's hint dropping time is here, so is our August Newsletter with some great gift ideas.

    Also there's a request to help our good friend and woodie Richard Vaughan, with his project on...
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    July Newsletter

    Hi

    Our July eUpdate Newsletter has just been released, you can view it HERE

    Happy reading

    Regards

    Grahame
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    Hi Jen There are soft tyred castors available...

    Hi Jen

    There are soft tyred castors available for use on hard floors i.e. not carpeted These are required to comply with the Office chair standard, basically a safety measure to stop the chair...
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    Puzzle Box Article using Incra

    Hi all

    You may be interested on the article on Puzzle Boxes on our May Newsletter

    Enjoy

    Regards

    Grahame
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    Puzzle Box Article

    Hi all

    You may be interested on the article on Puzzle Boxes on our May Newsletter

    Enjoy

    Regards

    Grahame
  46. Thread: May Newsletter

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    May Newsletter

    Hi All

    Here the LINK to our latest newsletter.

    It has an interesting article on Puzzle Boxes that is sure to be of interest.

    Enjoy

    Regards
  47. Hi Andrew The best option on a budget vs....

    Hi Andrew

    The best option on a budget vs. outcome basis is the Triton 19mm bits and trimmers aren't a good idea. You will end up with a handy addition to your collection as well.

    Regards
    ...
  48. Thread: April Newsletter

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    Hi Following many requests for a printable...

    Hi

    Following many requests for a printable copy of the instructions for the "ULU Knife Chopping Block" we have added these and a few other magazine articles in downloadable form HERE

    Also...
  49. Thread: April Newsletter

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    April 2016 Newsletter

    Hi

    For those who don't receive our eUpdate newsletter it can be downloaded from HERE

    I hope that you enjoy the read

    Regards

    Grahame
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    This will help

    Having experienced a similar situation with resin build up on my blades, I remembered seeing a solution being available from one of our suppliers. Olson have a Saw Blade Lubricant stick that...
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