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    Nope and to be honest I'm surprised the images...

    Nope and to be honest I'm surprised the images you've attached haven't started sagging yet. Also, what's the idea with the false drawer fronts each, kinda, half covering the shelf area?

    Just to...
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    DRAWN & CLAIMED I'm in

    I'm in
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    WANTED:QLD. Coastal Banksia, Banksia integrifolia

    I realise this is probably a big ask, but anyway, here goes.

    I'm looking for a couple of boards so that I can make a cabinet top, otherwise I'll have to make do with what I have, which isn't...
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    I wish I had more of it.

    I wish I had more of it.
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    Thanks Ian. I was thinking that the original...

    Thanks Ian.

    I was thinking that the original cabinet timber had been G. striata, however after I'd dismantled it and cleaned it up that all changed and I've no idea what it is. The long board...
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    Thanks Rob.

    Thanks Rob.
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    Not Beefwood or Is It ?

    So, I'm doing a kinda restorationy type job at the moment. The timber from the original piece, I initially thought, was beefwood. That's mainly because it was, albeit covered in shellac, heavy, too...
  8. That's kinda true, however, you need to ask...

    That's kinda true, however, you need to ask yourself how many planer sleds are you going to go through before you bust through the price of a 14inch jointer?
  9. Mate, sound choice you made there. If you're...

    Mate, sound choice you made there. If you're ever interested I still have 2 sets of blades going for $100 plus postage. Never used, I put in a helical.

    2 Sets of blades for Dewalt DW735...
  10. Thread: Sawstop

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    Do you remember a time when they started putting...

    Do you remember a time when they started putting electronics in cars?
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    QUEENSLAND Crows Ash 5m boards

    I've got a stack of Crows Ash boards that have been under a tarp and are for sale.

    Most of the boards are approximately, 5m long, 140mm wide, 32mm thick. There's about 60ish boards all up some of...
  12. Thread: Sufferance

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    Thanks Mate.

    Thanks Mate.
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    Thanks Clare I'm glad it's given you some...

    Thanks Clare I'm glad it's given you some enjoyment.
  14. DRAWN & CLAIMED I'm in

    I'm in
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    redminch It's not me that's got it, it's at...

    redminch

    It's not me that's got it, it's at the following link;

    slabs timber, sunshine coast radiata pine, hoop,cook, bunya,Seasoned, | Building Materials | Gumtree Australia Maroochydore Area...
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    Are you concerned whether the hoop pine has blue...

    Are you concerned whether the hoop pine has blue stain or not?
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    CLAIMED I'm in

    I'm in
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    Very decent of you to provide that data ian. ...

    Very decent of you to provide that data ian. Thanks.

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    I looked into this quite a while ago. I...

    I looked into this quite a while ago. I concluded that there isn't a complete list.

    Bobs pdf,
    Wood properties and uses of Australian timbers | Business Queensland
    Australian timbers volume...
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    Poll: That's an excellent expression, never heard it...

    That's an excellent expression, never heard it before, hope you don't mind me borrowing it.
  21. Personally I think the design was completely...

    Personally I think the design was completely underdone from the outset. 18mm Ply and Melamine are not structural materials, gravity is 24/365. Also, at the price you paid, the slides you selected...
  22. Thread: Latest on Glues

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    Yep, glue creep is a thing. You can get stop it...

    Yep, glue creep is a thing. You can get stop it happening, to a point. I'd tell you how, but I've been into the homebrew.
  23. Thread: Firewood

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    I'll have one last crack and say Brush Box.

    I'll have one last crack and say Brush Box.
  24. Thread: Firewood

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    Mararie also called Scrub Rosewood

    Mararie also called Scrub Rosewood
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    I'll be honest, I've seen less blurry photos. ...

    I'll be honest, I've seen less blurry photos. Aside from that and the obvious statement that it could be one of a dozen different species, I'm going to go for a crotch piece of Mango.
  26. IMPORTANT In a relative comparison to recent speeds, todays...

    In a relative comparison to recent speeds, todays speed is lightening fast.
  27. IMPORTANT TBH, this whole slow thing is getting a bit old. ...

    TBH, this whole slow thing is getting a bit old. I just got;



    In attempting to get to this point, I have clicked on every single bookmarked page that I have, 25+, none of them missed a beat. ...
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    Awesome job mate. Are you going to colour it?...

    Awesome job mate. Are you going to colour it? put some trays in it? I'm not too convinced about the hinge though.
  29. Are you sure it's the slides? Considering the...

    Are you sure it's the slides? Considering the over stuffing, could it be the bottom of the drawer sagging and rubbing on the floor of the bed box.
  30. Thread: Red Cedar

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    The top image is obviously a hairy faced goat of...

    The top image is obviously a hairy faced goat of some sort, pareidolia speaking of course.
  31. For my 2C. The grit on the wood that I use...

    For my 2C. The grit on the wood that I use depends on the openness of the wood grain and any figure in the grain. If the wood is particularly stunning then I'd maybe go to 600. Personally I don't...
  32. 16 - Blackwood 17 - Silky Oak of some...

    16 - Blackwood
    17 - Silky Oak of some description
    20 - Red Cedar

    Probably.
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    Poll: You are correct. It is there. Is is under...

    You are correct. It is there.

    Is is under Google Settings. All you have to do is ´nstall it or finish setting up a participating app. That it is not already running is probably delusional.
    ...
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    Well done mate. Keep us updated on how the lid...

    Well done mate. Keep us updated on how the lid goes.
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    As far as I'm aware you'd probably have to make...

    As far as I'm aware you'd probably have to make your own taper jig to achieve a 22.5░ cut. Not only that but you then have a second cut that forms the base of the isosceles. In general terms I'd...
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    Personally, I wouldn't classify 22.5░ as a taper....

    Personally, I wouldn't classify 22.5░ as a taper. Anyway, can you let us know what you're trying to do, size of wood, length of cut....those types of things.
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    It's exactly the same principle as orraloon...

    It's exactly the same principle as orraloon posted.

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    You've just got to make sure one end cant move and the other has something you can use to generate compression.
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    I've had similar issues with other flat surfaces...

    I've had similar issues with other flat surfaces in the past and one was a router table. I bought some cheap axle stands and jacked it up. Worked a treat.
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    Since you're only at the planning stage then I...

    Since you're only at the planning stage then I too would opt for M&T with draw bores. But if you don't have the capacity to do that then, as auscab noted, glue it up in stages.

    Also, you don't...
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    So I had a shot at routing this HD3 material. ...

    So I had a shot at routing this HD3 material. All I can say is, do not try this at home.

    This was the setup;

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    And this was the router bit;

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    Will do. I picked up on this yesterday. ...

    Will do.



    I picked up on this yesterday. It's well on the nose when it gets cut. Extreme precautions required me thinks.
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    I hadn't thought of that, I'll have a crack at...

    I hadn't thought of that, I'll have a crack at that tomorrow. I have tried one edge with a TCT grinder blade. It did cut, but it was slow and I didn't really check for heat build up, although it...
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    Yeah I've heard that it's brutal. One of the...

    Yeah I've heard that it's brutal. One of the reason I got the stuff is that the factory doesn't have the capacity to crush HD3 when they want to get rid of it.

    I imagine I'll have to pre-score...
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    Laminex HD3 anybody used it?

    Hello everyone.

    I recently got a couple of small off-cuts of (1400 x 600) Laminex HD3 and am planning on using it to renovate my router workbench.

    Before I start making a complete dick of...
  45. Thread: Clear glue

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    West Systems 105 epoxy resin & 205 fast hardener....

    West Systems 105 epoxy resin & 205 fast hardener. Doesn't smell as bad as casting resin, nor does it have the suspected of causing cancer warning on it. M2CW.
  46. Thread: Superglue

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    I would also say epoxy. All glues dry out. ...

    I would also say epoxy.

    All glues dry out. Super glue dries, turns brittle and fails faster than any other glue. It's not a very good long term option IMHO.
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    Certainly does look like a chunky table. Yeah,...

    Certainly does look like a chunky table.

    Yeah, you have my sympathy with those corner blocks. I had a similar thing last year, total PITA.

    As for any re-design, personally I'd keep things...
  48. Thread: Mmxx

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    Sssuuuuuurrree WP, it's for the buns. It's...

    Sssuuuuuurrree WP, it's for the buns.

    It's certainly difficult to see any brightness on the horizon at the moment. I suppose until we get past the free money etc, it's hard to say what will...
  49. Thread: Mmxx

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    LOL, yep technically. However, in all fairness...

    LOL, yep technically. However, in all fairness to Hugh, as most peoples lives have just been turned upside down, I reckon Xxmm is fine too.
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    Apologies Hugh, I wasn't intending this to hijack...

    Apologies Hugh, I wasn't intending this to hijack your thread.

    The deaths in nursing homes were added to the count at the end of April. The count as show in my post includes nursing home deaths,...
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