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    Look for a good secondhand one, I bought this for...

    Look for a good secondhand one, I bought this for $600, it does everything I need, easily.

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    Look for a good secondhand one, I bought this for $600, it does everything I need,...
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    I made some once, for a professional axeman, who...

    I made some once, for a professional axeman, who travels the world cutting in competitions, and used Queensland Silver Ash, as far as I know, he’s still using them.
  3. Check the blade, I’ve seen plenty of worn down...

    Check the blade, I’ve seen plenty of worn down ones before, only take a 1/4 of a mm and it would throw it out a fair bit over 12” of blade.
  4. Not necessarily true, kickback can, and does,...

    Not necessarily true, kickback can, and does, occur when the timber being ripped closes on the back of the blade, typically with no riving knife, and grips the uplifting teeth and they throw the...
  5. New Guinea Rosewood survives pretty well outside...

    New Guinea Rosewood survives pretty well outside without any sealer. There’s a bit leaning up on the outside wall of the old mans old shed that’s been sitting there for 25 years and it looks like it...
  6. The issue has NOT been solved at all. The amount...

    The issue has NOT been solved at all. The amount of table saws that have this technology included(and presumably working) compared to the amount of saws that are actually IN USE would be less than...
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    SOLD: I’d take it at $50 plus postage to 2082.

    I’d take it at $50 plus postage to 2082.
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    Information?

    Where do I go for more information?
  9. Epoxy glue everything Polyurethane finish all...

    Epoxy glue everything
    Polyurethane finish all over
    Two different species of timber alternating for appearance.
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    “Without substantially modifying the cabinet, I...

    “Without substantially modifying the cabinet, I can't see any logical way that I'll notice any improvement by just fitting a larger outlet connection.”

    And you’d be 100% correct.
    Ive used many...
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    Yeah nice, just out of interest, did your...

    Yeah nice, just out of interest, did your insurance company give you any specifics on types and thickness Of the glass? I’m having discussions with a client now about similar.
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    DONE: Id love to take these. Please PM pickup address...

    Id love to take these. Please PM pickup address if you please.
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    I’ve had this “ no 3 phase power” discussion with...

    I’ve had this “ no 3 phase power” discussion with many woodworkers. To run poles and overhead supply cables to a shed, which in most cases is remote from the road and the house, for arguments sakes...
  14. Freud is top quality, always has been, their...

    Freud is top quality, always has been, their spindle moulder heads are probably the best you can buy, we’ve had blade sets from them on the beam saw for years, get good life out of them.
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    Here’s mine, The Beast Workbench Design...

    Here’s mine,
    The Beast Workbench Design walkthrough of custom timber workbench - YouTube
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    Try knocking it down with a block of wood on the...

    Try knocking it down with a block of wood on the end of the bit and a mallet, use the end grain of the block . Be careful heating it you may damage the bearings.
  17. WITHDRAWN: What are the sizes?

    What are the sizes?
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    It would be helpful to say where you are, I have...

    It would be helpful to say where you are, I have a nice jointer and a thicknesser coming up for sale soon, single phase, they would be suitable.
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    It’s hardly worth the hassle when you can buy a...

    It’s hardly worth the hassle when you can buy a 5amp hour original Festool one for $150. The charger issue is one to address though, ask the Festool shop.
  20. It shouldn’t have even come out of the van. I...

    It shouldn’t have even come out of the van. I would have sent it back.
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    “The Great Unwashed”. Many of them thereabouts?...

    “The Great Unwashed”. Many of them thereabouts? 🤣😆
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    Buy a Makita and spend the other $3500 on other...

    Buy a Makita and spend the other $3500 on other tools.
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    I’m not sure how to share it otherwise, sorry. I...

    I’m not sure how to share it otherwise, sorry. I can PM the seller’s number to anyone who’s interested.
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    Woodfast combination machine

    Lovely woodfast combi machine. I’ve seen this machine personally and it’s in excellent condition. Located Central Coast NSW.
    Australian Woodworking Tools / timber Buy Swap Sell Public Group |...
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    DONE: Because they’re listed in the Swap or Free...

    Because they’re listed in the Swap or Free marketplace section, and the heading clearly states “Free”, so that gives me a fairly good idea what I’m up for.
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    DONE: I’ll take them. PM sent.

    I’ll take them. PM sent.
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    SOLD: Ok, I will take them.

    Ok, I will take them.
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    Small drum sander in Sydney

    Sherwood open ended drum sander,as new apparently.

    Sherwood 20in Wide Drum Sander - Cabinet Stand - Miscellaneous Tools - Sydney, Australia | Facebook Marketplace
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    Sliding panel saw in Sydney

    Sliding table saw the same as the world famous Kuffy uses, it must be good.
    Panel saw prima 2500 slide table | Power Tools | Gumtree Australia Blacktown Area - Minchinbury | 1264815480
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    SOLD: Are these three pole?

    Are these three pole?
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    This is a SHED right? For working in and making...

    This is a SHED right? For working in and making mess in? :U
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    N.S.W. Build a plywood box to put it in, pack it all...

    Build a plywood box to put it in, pack it all around with cardboard, then screw the lid on with heaps of screws, I’ve done it before like this, even put a couple of rope handles on it, arriving...
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    N.S.W. I’d be interested at $90.

    I’d be interested at $90.
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    Make one

    My old man has built almost 100 sliding table panel saws, and he makes the fences for them. They are simple, robust, and perfectly accurate. Theyre just a triangular shaped piece of 25 mm ply with a...
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    Now that you’ve shown a photo it’s clearer. The...

    Now that you’ve shown a photo it’s clearer. The front rail that the fence runs along and clamps to should be adjustable or be able to be packed or shimmed. That’s how most big saws work too....
  36. Why do you need to remove the shaft? Bearings...

    Why do you need to remove the shaft? Bearings worn or noisy?
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    Use a router.

    Use a router.
  38. The riving knife is supposed to be thinner than...

    The riving knife is supposed to be thinner than the kerf of the blade.
    remember, it’s wood, it moves,it shrinks,it grows,it twists, it’s alive.
    Fractions of a millimetre aren’t that critical in...
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    Absolutely brilliant. You sir, have the skills,...

    Absolutely brilliant. You sir, have the skills, well done.
  40. Replace it all. Or, trim 40 mm off each end of...

    Replace it all. Or, trim 40 mm off each end of the treads and replace the stringers only. Use the big galvanized stair angles from Pryda and galvanized 40 mm hex head screws, keep a 10 mm gap between...
  41. Does using one, and watching others use them, ...

    Does using one, and watching others use them, every day for over 40 years count as scientific research?
  42. Thread: Sawstop

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    I use a riving knife,always. I just didn’t...

    I use a riving knife,always. I just didn’t mention it because it’s just normal practice, for me anyway.
    As for people reaching over the blade or removing stock while the blade is running, well, I...
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    Wadkin table saw

    For all you Wadkinites out there, this looks in excellent condition.

    panel saw - Hand Tools - Leppington | Facebook Marketplace
  44. Looks like there’s a nut missing on the vertical...

    Looks like there’s a nut missing on the vertical shaft which has allowed it to drop down and disengage the meshing of the teeth.looks like a simple fix.
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    Just buy one, or look for secondhand (hard), the...

    Just buy one, or look for secondhand (hard), the extra couple of grand would be better spent on a good sander and other gear you need.
  46. Thread: Sawstop

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    Hi LanceC, I’m presuming , perhaps incorrectly,...

    Hi LanceC, I’m presuming , perhaps incorrectly, that you mean rip cutting solid timber along the grain using the sliding table?
    If that’s the dangerous technique you’re meaning, I wouldn’t know...
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    What’s Kumiko?

    What’s Kumiko?
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    Sliding table saw in Sydney

    Nice little single phase saw for sale, looks lightly used too.
    Table saw / panel saw - Air Tools - Woy Woy, New South Wales, Australia | Facebook Marketplace
  49. Thread: Sawstop

    by riverbuilder
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    No argument about it. There’s a good reason why...

    No argument about it.
    There’s a good reason why every cabinet and joinery shop I’ve worked in has a sliding table saw.
    They’re better, and they’re safer, end of story.
  50. Thread: Saw case

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    it would probably fit 5 comfortably, maybe 6, but...

    it would probably fit 5 comfortably, maybe 6, but I’ve only really carried around 3 plus a hacksaw for 40 years.
    It cost me $300, which is most likely the materials cost I would think, I was happy...
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