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    I think you need to get a new barby now to go...

    I think you need to get a new barby now to go with that fine piece of furniture. Amazing what you can make from so called junk wood if you make the effort.
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    That is great advice there Rob. Filling the grain...

    That is great advice there Rob. Filling the grain might be the part where I'm falling down as the lid does still have low spots in the grain. Does the Turps need to be thoroughly wiped from the...
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    WANTED:VIC Would any of these...

    Would any of these be suitable?
    Do you know what the diameter of your shaft is as there are 2 different diameter holes in these wheels. If they are not the diameter you need you could always put the...
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    Probably better to start a new thread of your own...

    Probably better to start a new thread of your own with a good title so people will look at it. All tablesaws are adjustable as far as I know.
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    I have used Shellac first and then finished it...

    I have used Shellac first and then finished it off with a wax.
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    Looking good. Nice to see some new features being...

    Looking good. Nice to see some new features being added to it.
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    Thanks for all the ideas and I will have to...

    Thanks for all the ideas and I will have to follow through with them to see what I can achieve. Below are some photos of the panel I was trying to achieve the effect on. If you get the light on it...
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    Best way to finish figured wood

    I see a number of completed works that have incorporated figured woods such as fiddleback, curly etc that give a 3D effect on the surface. When I use these woods sometimes they will have an...
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    Is this the type of clamp they use on the GMC?...

    Is this the type of clamp they use on the GMC? This is a picture of one from the Triton which is available from Toolsparesonline and is possibly generic for that type of Thicknesser.
    I am surprised...
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    I feel exactly the same way. If there wasn't a...

    I feel exactly the same way. If there wasn't a need to lock the adjustment, then it would be handy to wind from above. My router has the attachment for the handle on the fine adjuster but it didn't...
  11. Are you able to elaborate on what those...

    Are you able to elaborate on what those differences are? Be nice to know if they have addressed any of the problems that some owners seem to have problems with.
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    That looks like a fatigue break so I'm assuming...

    That looks like a fatigue break so I'm assuming the larger diameter part of the pin must be a fairly sloppy fit inside that nut or most of the large diameter protrudes past the end of the nut when...
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    Unless you can remove the exiting switch and...

    Unless you can remove the exiting switch and search around to see if there is a generic one, you will probably have to go with one of these. Because the sliding plastic window is part of the safety...
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    Looks good in the black and the engraving in the...

    Looks good in the black and the engraving in the lid sets it off. Will you be making holders for the knifes so they don't move around?
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    If you get too frustrated with it at least you...

    If you get too frustrated with it at least you can now get the Triton at Carbatec again.
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    Yes Milesy hasn't been around since Nov 2018 so...

    Yes Milesy hasn't been around since Nov 2018 so may not get any notification of your query.
    I have the Ryobi Bradder that takes the 15 - 32mm nails. It's only used for hobby use but hasn't missed a...
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    Good pickup finding the bearing mount being...

    Good pickup finding the bearing mount being eccentric. You have now learnt something new about your bandsaw.
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    You could cut up a Coke can and wrap a strip of...

    You could cut up a Coke can and wrap a strip of the aluminium around 7 sides of the hexagon and just leave the flat where the locking screw contacts clear. That would help to close up the clearance...
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    Some very beautiful boxes on there Paul.

    Some very beautiful boxes on there Paul.
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    Is it the shaft slopping around in the hole in...

    Is it the shaft slopping around in the hole in the aluminium housing?
    Do you know what the No. of the bearing is or the dimensions?
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    Very nice again Paul. It almost looks like Col...

    Very nice again Paul. It almost looks like Col made it seeing those contrasting colours of the timbers. Silver Ash is not real common around these parts so I have never worked with it.
    I'm sure you...
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    What a shame it would have been to burn that....

    What a shame it would have been to burn that. What you have done with the grain is spectacular, having it flow around each surface. The hinge design is also very neat.
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    Very nice work. You must have a good supply of...

    Very nice work. You must have a good supply of those wheels and other accessories with all these models you make.
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    A splendid job. It must have been fun sanding...

    A splendid job. It must have been fun sanding into those sharp corners.
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    Good detective work.

    Good detective work.
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    The colour of the Walnut has come up very nice....

    The colour of the Walnut has come up very nice. What method did you use to cut the slots for the splines in the corners?
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    From where?

    From where?
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    I like the lid panels on the front left and rear...

    I like the lid panels on the front left and rear right boxes in that first photo. They look really special.
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    Coming along nicely. Even with a bandsaw the 2...

    Coming along nicely. Even with a bandsaw the 2 halves rarely match perfectly so you may not have done much better with one.
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    Unless you can find a belt No. this...

    Unless you can find a belt No. this might be your only chance but pretty expensive compared to what's available if you have a P/No.
    If you had an industrial supplier for bearings and belts you could...
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    It will be a 120XL if you think the 120 is...

    It will be a 120XL if you think the 120 is correct. They come in 1/4" wide or 3/8" wide and the No. of teeth is determined by that 120 number.
    Belt available here and the specs for them are here....
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    It does say in the instructions that a puller is...

    It does say in the instructions that a puller is required to remove the bearings from the spindle. As your spindle slides through the bearing when you apply pressure with the tailstock the fit is...
  33. Just had an email from Carbatec today and it...

    Just had an email from Carbatec today and it states that they have been appointed as the exclusive distributor to Australia and New Zealand for Triton. At the moment they only have stock of the...
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    That's disappointing as I thought you were going...

    That's disappointing as I thought you were going to find a circlip missing. The image below shows a lathe exactly the same as yours and there's no sign of a retaining nut or anything.

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  35. Assume you are talking about the last blade on...

    Assume you are talking about the last blade on the list as that's the only 305mm one.
  36. They are so close but they are missing the R150...

    They are so close but they are missing the R150 radius on the cutting edge. Not sure how critical that is in making them seat properly in the head. Certainly getting closer.
  37. No they're not the right ones as the CTS is only...

    No they're not the right ones as the CTS is only 30. I have both these cutter heads and I have checked them against each other and the CTS inserts don't fit.
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    I agree, I think item 45 is the missing link.

    I agree, I think item 45 is the missing link.
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    This is the only picture I can find of that model...

    This is the only picture I can find of that model and the headstock spindle looks the same as what you have without the flange so it appears there must be something missing inside. The diagram posted...
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    Do both bearings move when pressure is applied or...

    Do both bearings move when pressure is applied or is it just the shaft and the rear bearing? If it's just the shaft and rear bearing it seems like there might be an incorrect shaft in there as the...
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    This...

    This thread might give you a clue
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    Good to see you back again and still making those...

    Good to see you back again and still making those boxes for friends. Good contrast between the Karri and Pine.
    Bet you're glad you have the tablesaw and thicknesser as they do make life easier. They...
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    There should be 2 nuts on there which lock...

    There should be 2 nuts on there which lock together. Tighten up the inner one enough so that everything is firm but still moves easily. Keep a spanner on it while you tighten the second nut against...
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    Looks like about $70 to your area from Timbecon.

    Looks like about $70 to your area from Timbecon.
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    I have the CTJ-3501 model which only has a 1hp...

    I have the CTJ-3501 model which only has a 1hp motor and I use it most of the time for resawing and don't have any issues with it. The frame is stiff enough not to flex under tension and I run my...
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    All the added extras make it a great scene.

    All the added extras make it a great scene.
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    They've come up looking really nice so far. Look...

    They've come up looking really nice so far. Look forward to seeing them completed.
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    Excellent tutorial Rex. Thanks for all the effort...

    Excellent tutorial Rex. Thanks for all the effort you put into it and I look forward to having a go at them.
    Do you reckon you can sell your Blox:roll:
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    Nice chair and looks like a nice sunny position...

    Nice chair and looks like a nice sunny position for it. Be great on days like we're having at the moment.
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    What is unique about the Lux cutters? I'm not...

    What is unique about the Lux cutters? I'm not familiar with them.
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