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    Hi Dave, Yes, you are correct. In my case, we...

    Hi Dave,

    Yes, you are correct. In my case, we are running a separate circuit for each power point. So, the cable begins by poking out the wall at waist level, going inside a 25mm conduit and...
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    Hi Dave, Well, actually - the reason was that...

    Hi Dave,

    Well, actually - the reason was that we had done all the framing, then looked at what was actually a really sorry looking floor (the previous owner had used it as a workshop for...
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    For what it's worth, whilst I have a rough...

    For what it's worth, whilst I have a rough machine layout, I am still putting in *plenty* of power points.

    Like you, I have a one-time chance to build this, and I want to get this as flexible as I...
  4. Poll: A.C.T. No - I don't think we ever found out who the...

    No - I don't think we ever found out who the first supplier was (i.e. the one with different timbers etc)?

    I know there was a guy on ebay that was mentioned, but I was kinda hanging out for the...
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    Common problem on a table project. One needs...

    Common problem on a table project.

    One needs to think about putting stretchers in between the legs? (i.e. pieces of material about half way along the height of each leg joining them together -...
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    N.S.W. Yeah, we'll send 'em down from Sydney. Free...

    Yeah, we'll send 'em down from Sydney.

    Free COVID with every removal >.>
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    SOLD: Thanks, I'll take this. Will send PM to...

    Thanks, I'll take this.

    Will send PM to arrange details :)
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    DONE: I'll take this. Will send you PM with address...

    I'll take this.

    Will send you PM with address details, and request your bank info etc.
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    OUTSIDE AUSTRALIA You'd have to knock something off that Woodpixel...

    You'd have to knock something off that Woodpixel - don't forget, this chap is in the USA so not only do you have extra shipping, you'll have to deal with the 110V to 240V stuff ;)
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    Every single bit of Incra kit I've ever bought...

    Every single bit of Incra kit I've ever bought has been perfect out of the box, save for one tiny ding caused by UPS shipping the long TS-LS rails from the factory in the US to here.

    All...
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    Because everyone would then buy the 700 and...

    Because everyone would then buy the 700 and adapter, not the 700 and 500? ;)
  12. And, given the date of 14th June in the original...

    And, given the date of 14th June in the original post, they've likely all gone.
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    First up, thank you for sharing the build and the...

    First up, thank you for sharing the build and the photos - very impressive work!

    In terms of the bedside units, looking at the awesome work you've done here, you won't come close to the quality of...
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    I recently upgraded the 27mm hose that I had for...

    I recently upgraded the 27mm hose that I had for pretty much all my Festool kit to a 36mm - I was finding the extraction on the Kapex and TS55 not so effective (it also turns out, full sawdust bags...
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    That is a very handy link, thank you for sharing!

    That is a very handy link, thank you for sharing!
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    N.S.W. Hi Groeneaj, If you're not in an immediate...

    Hi Groeneaj,

    If you're not in an immediate rush to physically move these on (i.e. happy to hold them for a week or so with payment in hand), I will take these.

    Will send you a PM to arrange -...
  17. These sorts of machines have cutters that can...

    These sorts of machines have cutters that can often be rotated, so if the edge of one of your cutters is damaged (and it isn't totally broken), it may just be a case of rotating the cutter. If you...
  18. The blade the SawStop comes with is a pretty...

    The blade the SawStop comes with is a pretty decent all-round blade, for sure. I would say it beats some of the cheaper offerings from the major box stores.

    However, if you get into various types...
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    Fastcap Fastedge:...

    Fastcap Fastedge: https://www.fastcap.com/product/fastedge-peel-and-stick-edgebanding

    Have a browse around, they have a "kit" or suite of tools to assist in the application and trimming. Many...
  20. The ETS 150/3 (or 150/5, depending on the size of...

    The ETS 150/3 (or 150/5, depending on the size of the stoke) is the BRUSHED version of the sander. I'm not sure if this is being made any longer, but it certainly did exist, and did have brushes as...
  21. It's interesting, because at the time of loading,...

    It's interesting, because at the time of loading, I see the descriptions on the Sydney Tools page as (in order):

    Festool ETS EC150/5 EQ-PLUS (575049) EC150/5 EQ-PLUS 400W 150mm (6") Random Orbital...
  22. SOLD: May I please have the Stanley 75? Would you be...

    May I please have the Stanley 75?

    Would you be able to figure postage to 2320, and let me know the total cost please?

    Thank you for making these available!
  23. I was actually wondering about that, but didn't...

    I was actually wondering about that, but didn't want to presume. Thanks for clearing that up! :)
  24. You may have missed a post back on Page 2:...

    You may have missed a post back on Page 2: https://www.woodworkforums.com/f70/resource-incra-wonderfence-generate-custom-joints-201158/2#post2023551

    Given that Evanism (the user) has the account...
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    SOLD: I was lucky enough (and I truly mean that) to be...

    I was lucky enough (and I truly mean that) to be able to purchase a set the same myself.

    They hold pride of place, and are fantastic tools to work with - they will be cherished and enjoyed for...
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    I have yet to see any Bunnings store with...

    I have yet to see any Bunnings store with untreated structural pine in stock, this across a few stores in the Hunter & Sydney regions, and over a minimum 2 year timeframe.

    I'm beginning to think...
  27. Thread: Kapex

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    I believe the models affected were made several...

    I believe the models affected were made several years ago - last year is exempt as far as I know.

    Put this way - mine is just over 3 years old, and missed the recall by a fair margin.
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    One thing I forgot to make mention of, FWW have...

    One thing I forgot to make mention of, FWW have just released all their digital plans to Unlimited subscribers at no charge.

    I found this was a welcome addition to an already valuable resource -...
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    Whilst I appreciate a paper magazine, I decided...

    Whilst I appreciate a paper magazine, I decided to forego this about a year ago, as Australia Post were having problems getting the physical copy to me (not just that, but normal mail too). To...
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    I can also happily attest to Ian's marking gauges...

    I can also happily attest to Ian's marking gauges and marking knives. I consider myself lucky to have been able to lay my hands on them, and they truly are a joy to use, and to look at - the quality...
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    FREE: VIC Many thanks for your kindness, it's truly...

    Many thanks for your kindness, it's truly appreciated!

    Will send you a private message now to arrange details.
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    Yes. Whilst I have several ideas, and am...

    Yes. Whilst I have several ideas, and am exploring several options, I haven't settled 100% on the final "how this will be done", though that time is coming close.

    At this stage, I envisage making...
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    FREE: VIC Would you be willing to post these, provided the...

    Would you be willing to post these, provided the receiver was prepared to cover the cost of shipping and packing etc?

    If so, I would very much appreciate the opportunity to obtain these.

    With...
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    The floor was contracted out - there's a lot of...

    The floor was contracted out - there's a lot of stuff I will do, but this wasn't something I felt good about tackling myself.

    Two processes occurred - the first was to have a chap come in and pour...
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    Some more progress over the past few weeks on...

    Some more progress over the past few weeks on this.

    Some walls are ready for wiring:

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    Others have the lining completed, and are ready for reveals/architraves etc:

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    You're still beating me :) My sparky will have a...

    You're still beating me :) My sparky will have a bit of work to do - the walls in mine look like:

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    Other parts are getting to the "more finished" look:

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    I can relate to that, mine has been empty (or at...

    I can relate to that, mine has been empty (or at least unused) since I made the decision on fitting it out in April 2019... >.>

    It's being worked on, and coming along nicely, but taking a lot of...
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    Graeme, if you take a look at this page: Color...

    Graeme, if you take a look at this page: Color temperature - Wikipedia there is a chart near the top to the right that shows the Kelvin temperature of white light and the equivalent.

    A brief...
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    I'm fitting out a space that's around 6.5m x 6.5m...

    I'm fitting out a space that's around 6.5m x 6.5m - I calculate it to be about 42 square metres.

    I bought one of these in a "4 foot" (1200mm) version: Philips LED Batten Light - Tri Colour & Dual...
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    A.C.T. I'll take it. Many thanks for making these...

    I'll take it.

    Many thanks for making these available!

    By my calculation, $12.66 would cover the cost of the courier (Couriers Please), but will ask for your confirmation on this + any packaging...
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    I remember seeing that thread, for the life of me...

    I remember seeing that thread, for the life of me I can't find it, but I have places I can add... can anyone point me in the right direction please?
  42. Great to see more of us coming up and along in...

    Great to see more of us coming up and along in the area :)

    Here's a couple of places you can take a look at, doubtless there are more:

    Marshalls (as above): Products - Marshall's Timbers,...
  43. SOLD: I'd love to take these, with many thanks! Will...

    I'd love to take these, with many thanks!

    Will be in your area tomorrow afternoon, and will send a PM now with mobile contact if you're able to reach out tomorrow.

    If we can make comfortable...
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    WITHDRAWN: Rotated for convenience 490833490834 Very...

    Rotated for convenience

    490833490834

    Very sad you're in WA - I'd be all over this if you were closer!
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    WITHDRAWN: Rotated for convenience :) ...

    Rotated for convenience :)

    490829490830490831490832
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    WITHDRAWN: Rotated for convenience

    Rotated for convenience
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    SOLD: Times like this I wish I were in Brisbane, or...

    Times like this I wish I were in Brisbane, or nearby :(

    Good luck with the sale, I suspect it won't take long!
  48. I don't know much about the...

    I don't know much about the technique/requirements, but I'm wondering if one could make a business-card sized, thin piece of timber (e.g. 4-5mm thick), and have a bunch of the same engraving made on...
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    Thanks for the pointers and info folks - looks...

    Thanks for the pointers and info folks - looks like I'm off to Google to find a place to buy one... those genuinely do seem worthwhile improvements to a tape measure!
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    Can I be the newbie and ask... because I have...

    Can I be the newbie and ask... because I have seen the Hultafors stuff, and don't doubt it's good.

    But - as long as we're talking non-cheap-and-generic rubbish (e.g. Stanley, Milwaukee, Lufkin),...
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