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    Most things stack pretty well, and drawer sides...

    Most things stack pretty well, and drawer sides primarily act as a boundary. If you need the drawer sides to act as a retaining wall, you are using the drawer as a dumping ground instead of using the...
  2. Yep, bingo! The retailer took the money, they...

    Yep, bingo! The retailer took the money, they have to deal with it.
  3. Did your friend purchase the completed dining...

    Did your friend purchase the completed dining table, top and base? or just the top?

    In the first photo at the bottom joint, there appears to be visible glue squeeze out in a finished piece!!!!!...
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    That's exactly what keeps me away from the beach...

    That's exactly what keeps me away from the beach when I do have time. If it isn't sand in my jocks, it is salt burn on my arms as they rubbed along the edge of the surfboard...sux so bad.


    The...
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    Kuffy's Workbench

    For the past 20 years I have been working with kinda flat horizontal surfaces as work benches. For the most part, that is all that anyone really needs but a nice solid and genuinely flat surface has...
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    I use the SIAnet from The Sandpaper Man. Works...

    I use the SIAnet from The Sandpaper Man. Works good enough, lasts long enough. It's not great for hand sanding but I use it anyway. Because of the mesh structure, it gets snagged on sharp corners...
  7. The risk is probably about the same, and fairly...

    The risk is probably about the same, and fairly negligible either way. With a climb cut, the router will want to push away from the timber rather than pulling itself into the timber. This gives you a...
  8. Just for those that read two words "climb cut"...

    Just for those that read two words "climb cut" and begin to sweat. I've found that climb cut is a trigger word nowadays. I probably sound like an angry grump that has lost faith in the internet. Nup,...
  9. Climb cut with the router. It's not dangerous,...

    Climb cut with the router. It's not dangerous, even if it begins to self-feed. "If" it self-feeds, it will push away from the timber and stop cutting anything and therefore stop self-feeding. (for...
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    These are the channels that I recognise as...

    These are the channels that I recognise as Australian from my subscriptions list.

    Down Under Woodworks: YouTube
    Sumo's Projects: YouTube
    Paul Jenkins: YouTube
    Robin Lewis Makes: YouTube
    One...
  11. I bought a pipe threading kit from Amazon...

    I bought a pipe threading kit from Amazon recently. I think it was the first time I bought anything from Amazon. The pipe threader was about 60bux I think, and shipping from US was about 85bux. I...
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    I've never considered snapping a key in a lock...

    I've never considered snapping a key in a lock because of cold conditions. That'd suck so bad.

    Why would I get a flat battery for jamming something in the lock? And if I did, I would just break...
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    Stop a screwdriver from opening car door?

    I noticed last week that someone had tried to open my Ute's driver door with a screwdriver through the key lock. It looks like they tried again last night because the lock damage is possibly worse, I...
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    Just leave the back of the cabinet open. Then you...

    Just leave the back of the cabinet open. Then you can press the drawer out by slipping your fingers down behind the cabinet and pushing on the back of the drawer enough to get your fingers in the...
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    I often draw a rectangle to use as a water level...

    I often draw a rectangle to use as a water level in sketchup as you have done. I do the same thing in real life because math is hard but water levels are easy.
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    I can't do either of those options so here is my...

    I can't do either of those options so here is my solution.
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    Still have a way to go before the problem becomes slightly concerning 😂
  17. When attempting to run "fast" with a CNC, it is...

    When attempting to run "fast" with a CNC, it is important to size the bit to the job. For example, don't use a 2" long bit when you are only cutting 18mm ply. You are much better off with a 3/4"...
  18. On my own panel saw, the base is completely open....

    On my own panel saw, the base is completely open. Enough said I reckon :D
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    I'll be there. I can't think of anything that...

    I'll be there. I can't think of anything that would be of interest to others for swap or show n tell so it'll likely be just me.
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    89.97 is close enough. if you were to make a cut...

    89.97 is close enough. if you were to make a cut 90mm high, the top face would be smaller than the bottom face by ~0.0471mm which is slightly less than 2thou. For what it's worth, I use an engineers...
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    I have a spray bottle of water with a bit of dish...

    I have a spray bottle of water with a bit of dish washing soap in it to stop the water from growing algae. My chisels don't rust, except for when I use them as wet glue removers. My plane irons are...
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    I thought I'd add that I haven't changed the...

    I thought I'd add that I haven't changed the supplied battery in my Digi gauge since purchase a couple years ago.
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    I picked up the iGaging digital marking gauge 2...

    I picked up the iGaging digital marking gauge 2 years ago. It's so awesome. It has never shifted unintentionally during use. The digital readout is super accurate to 0.01mm. I no longer fuss about...
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    With regards to the 4 knife setup. I wouldn't...

    With regards to the 4 knife setup. I wouldn't give it much value. If it was my machine, I would only be using two knives with the other two set very low in the cutterhead so that they will never...
  25. I've used salt before, and it works great....

    I've used salt before, and it works great. However, I don't use it every time. I'm not concerned about any issues with adhesion, but it's always in the back of my mind that I am impregnating the...
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    I'll go along

    I'll go along
  27. Four corner miter joints = the hardest joint in...

    Four corner miter joints = the hardest joint in woodworking by a country mile!

    The problem is that your angle is greater than 45. You need to tilt the blade a little further. Treat the digital...
  28. I have the same machine, and the jointer and...

    I have the same machine, and the jointer and thicknesser tables have been machined the same way.
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    I just squiggle a bit of candle wax and that works well enough for most sessions. If I have...
  29. Bear 48mm x 4.5m White Double Sided Tape |...

    Bear 48mm x 4.5m White Double Sided Tape | Bunnings Warehouse

    It's super strong which is good right up to the point of needing to separate the two pieces and then it sucks sooooo bad, in a good...
  30. Stuart Batty has some good videos on Vimeo. This...

    Stuart Batty has some good videos on Vimeo. This video is one for chucking and jaw selection. It doesn't answer your question exactly, but he does go into some of the benefits and problems with...
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    The bigger channels do what they do so well and...

    The bigger channels do what they do so well and so consistently. I'd like to see exactly what they need to do to produce their videos, and how they go about it. I know that I end up with days worth...
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    People love to hate YouTube, on other social...

    People love to hate YouTube, on other social media platforms such as these forums or Facebook etc. I find that quite silly, but why do people hate YouTube so much? I reckon it is because a video is...
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    My drive belt is a A1168. Even though your belt...

    My drive belt is a A1168. Even though your belt is tight, is the motor mount bolts positioned at the top of the vertical L slot? Or is it somewhere along the horizontal portion of the slot? I'm...
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    Here is a video as requested. My motor is mounted...

    Here is a video as requested. My motor is mounted about half way down the vertical portion of the "L" shaped cut out in the machine body. There seems to be enough tension in the belts as far as I am...
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    I have the JPT310hh and my flat belt driving the...

    I have the JPT310hh and my flat belt driving the feed rollers also slips off when changing from jointer to thicknesser mode or vice versa. It seems to be a common problem with the machine. I've found...
  36. Thread: Table saw fence

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    Have a search around for "diy biesemeyer fence"....

    Have a search around for "diy biesemeyer fence". My dad used to have a saw similar to your own. if we needed an accurate cut (very rare occasion, because it was just carpentry and anything within a...
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    It's a photo of a real product. zoom in at 500%...

    It's a photo of a real product. zoom in at 500% and you can see it includes tearout in the frames. The porous nature of the end grain from the splines, in which half has been completely filled with...
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    If you are applying stain to just the spline, a...

    If you are applying stain to just the spline, a small artists brush would do the job nicely.

    To stain the entire frame while the splines have been masked off would be best done by spraying.
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    Yeah, that could have come in handy several...

    Yeah, that could have come in handy several times. I hate sanding internal shapes with a raging passion!
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    I'd do it the same way except I would need to...

    I'd do it the same way except I would need to take great care in applying the stain. And by great care, I simply mean I need to protect the splines from receiving any stain. There is/should be a glue...
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    I would build the frame, install the splines,...

    I would build the frame, install the splines, flush the splines to the frame, sand the frame. Then apply the pigment to the spline carefully. Spray the finish and ship it out the door. Trying to size...
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    From https://www.instagram.com/p/BaAdH_DhB_T/

    From https://www.instagram.com/p/BaAdH_DhB_T/
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    I'm curious if anyone else runs a shop vac with...

    I'm curious if anyone else runs a shop vac with an unprotected filter? Protection being from a vac bag or a pleated filter which separates the upper motor area from the lower dust collection area.
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    I have invisible mode on. There should be no...

    I have invisible mode on. There should be no trace of me ever being anywhere near this thread...well except for my replies :D
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    I reckon the asterisk * means the user has...

    I reckon the asterisk * means the user has activated invisible mode, however the tooltip for invisible mode says "Invisible mode allows you to browse the forums without appearing in the 'Currently...
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    I'd be adding a small 0.2-0.5mm flat at the...

    I'd be adding a small 0.2-0.5mm flat at the 35.75 acute angle so I can use that as a reference edge after the cut has been made. It also overcomes the problems of having a super scary sharp and...
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    One problem with over/unders or even four sided...

    One problem with over/unders or even four sided moulders is that if you plane with the grain on the top surface, you are automatically planing against the grain on the underside. And the over/under...
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    If I was God, I wouldn't change a thing. Life is...

    If I was God, I wouldn't change a thing. Life is work and if God was to fix things for us, what would be the purpose of life? I can accept that we may go the way of the dodo just as the dinosaurs...
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    Taken from...

    Taken from https://www.heartfoundation.org.au/your-heart/know-your-risks/healthy-weight/bmi-calculator

    I am 'overweight' at 1780mm tall and 90kgs.

    "Your suggested healthy weight range 58.6 -...
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    The length of the bit required is determined by...

    The length of the bit required is determined by the thickness of your workpiece when edge jointing or flush trimming. I use a 2" straight bit for everything, but it does mean that I often have 30mm...
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