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    I have the small Makita ….roughly 85mm dia. blade...

    I have the small Makita ….roughly 85mm dia. blade i think…it is an awesome machine as it is so light. I’m lining the inside of my shed and find in combination with my larger saw for the very big cuts...
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    I have no idea about cutter blocks for spindle...

    I have no idea about cutter blocks for spindle moulders and really have looked at heaps of YouTubes…as you do to get ideas. One brand that comes up quite well is an English brand called Whitehill....
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    Doing what you want to do.

    Hi Pixel. The article was really great reading…and thanks for finding it.
    Steven
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    Ok will do..it will take me a couple of weeks as...

    Ok will do..it will take me a couple of weeks as the shed is not well lit and power is on its way is few weeks…hence lots of lights sorry replying to pics asked.
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    Great news and thanks for the offer!

    Great news and thanks for the offer!
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    Ok just an update…purchased the SCM T120C...

    Ok just an update…purchased the SCM T120C Linvincible. It was a quick purchase and it is seriously heavy. So the moulder is in the shed with no power which is supposed to happen in the next few...
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    Scm t120 c

    Hi, has anyone had much experience with the SCM T120c moulder….if you had the choice is the T130 a much better machine?
    Can anyone tell me the difference between a L’invincible moulder which is...
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    Vac tables are just so worth the effort its not...

    Vac tables are just so worth the effort its not funny….no more clamps no more thinking about bridges….and the extra cost of running a good vacuum table will be a non issue once you have it sorted....
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    Sounds like you had a fun time. In regard to the...

    Sounds like you had a fun time. In regard to the work bench i get totally where Frank is coming from. You use what you have and that’s it. But workbenches have become pretty impressive looking...
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    Workbench

    Great work Siggy, did you cut the wooden threads for the vise yourself? And by chance do you have plans for the bench ?
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    Thanks Ash, the shed is actually being built as...

    Thanks Ash, the shed is actually being built as we speak. of all the sheds that are marked 95% are of the front of the shed….
  12. Thread: Router lifts

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    Is there any real difference between the Jessem...

    Is there any real difference between the Jessem and say the incra router lift? And the router motors for these units do they have variable speed and do you actually use the variable speed? Are there...
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    Super Surfacers were and are sold in many...

    Super Surfacers were and are sold in many different sizes, I have personally seen them design for making Kumiko so quite small and I think that was made by Hitachi

    And As for the wide belt sander...
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    Hi Pete going through the same cost pain as you....

    Hi Pete going through the same cost pain as you. At the moment I can’t anything as cheap as T&G 3600 800 x 19. The area i need to cover is roughly 290 square so the cost is not to be sneezed at.
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    Keep looking around. I bought mine for the long...

    Keep looking around. I bought mine for the long term as I’m still building my shed. I bought 1 for a mate of mine and quite literally I paid for postage from Canberra to melb.
    They are around and...
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    I have along with many other tasks to line some...

    I have along with many other tasks to line some of the walls and ceiling. At the moment the most viable option is to use 15mm T&G costing around $40a sheet. Anyone else found something else i should...
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    The last pics I posted is where the shed is now....

    The last pics I posted is where the shed is now. So effectively the shed needs 1 maybe 2 days to go and the shed is finished. The shed builders left it start a new shed some 130k’s away because 1 of...
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    Hi Neil, as you know I bought diamond wheel for...

    Hi Neil, as you know I bought diamond wheel for the Tormek and an extra jig to use the side of stone. Time will tell how good it is but I suppose
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    Thanks Dave, I went the 45Degrees and 3.3m on the...

    Thanks Dave, I went the 45Degrees and 3.3m on the boundary based on a few issues. Location on the block , next door neighbour and so on. At the end of the day council was a pretty painful process and...
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    I love the Guzzi's especially the 850 Le mans but...

    I love the Guzzi's especially the 850 Le mans but trouble is you are tall you have your knees are bagging on the cylinder heads. So I guess thats why I ride the best bike there is and that of course...
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    I have used a product which was epoxy of some...

    I have used a product which was epoxy of some sort impregnated plywood. Was that stuff was so dense I found with it really hard for basic cutting or drilling and come to think of it just about...
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    Thanks woodpixel just the info I was looking...

    Thanks woodpixel just the info I was looking for..
    Steven
  23. Yessem I acted before thinking..

    Yessem I acted before thinking..
  24. Angle of 22.5 sounds fine to me. 22.5 x 2 equals...

    Angle of 22.5 sounds fine to me. 22.5 x 2 equals 45 degrees. As it is an octagon 360/8 equals 45 degrees half angle for the cuts 22.5. The only thing I can think of is how your measuring the 22.5 or...
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    505196Ok , well the shed Is nearly finished, and...

    505196Ok , well the shed Is nearly finished, and I think it will be another day or two before the shed is in a lockup state. The outside flashings etc and then Mezz floor, inside floor coating of...
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    Hi Wood, yes we have actually spoken about my...

    Hi Wood, yes we have actually spoken about my Marunaka in the past. I can’t say I know much about them other than the first YouTube clip I saw …that was it I started my search. Actually I did see the...
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    Marunaka

    I also own Supersurfacer which hasn’t fired a shot in the 4 years I have owned it. When these machines (auto planer) were sold they were generally sold with a automatic grinding wheel for...
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    Ok well the Naniwa horinzontal water stone 180 s...

    Ok well the Naniwa horinzontal water stone 180 s has been withdrawn from sale and I was in two minds about it anyway. The one I was after was a 300s Naniwa which was as I said earlier was an imported...
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    Hi, I am aware of different brands of MDF. And I...

    Hi, I am aware of different brands of MDF. And I was curious if any one hand experience with different brands. For example the stuff you buy at Bunnings water resistant or not and then the stuff you...
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    That model is similar to the Makita, I don’t have...

    That model is similar to the Makita, I don’t have any idea of goods or bands. Makita seem to have 2 models. The more expensive version has a slide bar on top so you can sharpen planer blades.
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    I'd just like to thank everyone for the great...

    I'd just like to thank everyone for the great replies. It is one of those area of sharpening that can be a dead set pain. If your doing it full time and your geared up it might not be such an issue...
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    Thanks for the replies Neil. I also own a...

    Thanks for the replies Neil. I also own a Marunaka Super Surfacer that took me years to find. Now i'm trying to find a grinder to sharpen the blades and at the moment i will just take the 2 blades...
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    Mdf

    Has anyone tried the various brands of MDF and found much variation in the quality of types ie Density, sizes. And for that matter has anyone purchased HDF.
    Steven
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    Hi Neil, if the sale goes ahead i will let you...

    Hi Neil, if the sale goes ahead i will let you know. The Naniwa comes in a few different models and the one for sale is only 180mm dia. It would be great if it was around 300mm Dia. But then i would...
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    Thanks again neil..i gave in and bought a new...

    Thanks again neil..i gave in and bought a new diamond wheel for the Tormek, I am still waiting ona price for a second hand Naniwa automated water stone as well but its like pulling teeth trying to...
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    Hi and thanks for the tips, have you decided to...

    Hi and thanks for the tips, have you decided to try the bi-metal blades or for that matter Tungsten tips or staying with the conventional steel blades?
    Steven
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    Sounds like a great idea using a pottery with the...

    Sounds like a great idea using a pottery with the Makita stones. The Naniwa water stone I referred to earlier are 180 and 300 I think in diameter. But the Makita at 200 diameter is a much cheaper...
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    Thanks for the feedbacks. It would be good the...

    Thanks for the feedbacks. It would be good the find an automated stone. So far all I have found is the makita etc then step up to the Naniwa water stoves which can cost quite a bit more. And I’m...
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    Hi Jim, you silver the joints can you tell me how...

    Hi Jim, you silver the joints can you tell me how big you band saw is?

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    Thanks everyone for taking the time to reply.
    steven
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    Bandsaw blades

    Where is everyone buying their bandsaw blades from? I live in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne.
    Steven
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    Bandsaw blade supplier.

    I’m very soon to leave where I work. One of the things that I did many moons ago was to make my own bandsaw blades. So I live in the eastern burbs of Melbourne Can anyone suggest a good bandsaw blade...
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    Thanks for the reply Chris.

    Thanks for the reply Chris.
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    Hi, I was wondering how people sharpening...

    Hi, I was wondering how people sharpening Japanese plane blades and particularly wide chisel blades on a Tormek8. At the moment I pretty much go through hand water stone process which is fine but...
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    Horizontal automated water stones.

    Has anyone imported one of the Makita horizontal water stone polishers? I’m aware that Naniwa make 2 or 3. Different models which are pretty expensive as well.
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    I don't disagree with you at all Bob, and to be...

    I don't disagree with you at all Bob, and to be honest the only negative about owning a Tesla is the initial purchase price.
    The whole idea of cradle to grave costs impact on the environment is...
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    Generally speaking the people who complain about...

    Generally speaking the people who complain about all the negatives regarding the ownership of an EV don't own one. The same as owning as heavy 200 series Landcruiser and expecting a vehicle weighing...
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    All up 7.4 ton. Car and van.

    All up 7.4 ton. Car and van.
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    We wife and I own a 200 LC Landcruiser for towing...

    We wife and I own a 200 LC Landcruiser for towing and a Tesla for getting around. The effortless driving of the Tesla is amazing. Not to mention the power, the thing just flies.
    At the start of...
  49. Thread: Giant Prusa

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    Looks great ..i bought a CR-6 max as i have a...

    Looks great ..i bought a CR-6 max as i have a Flash Forge already and because i didn’t know when Prussia would actually deliver…..But as you say its great to have huge print volume. Just turn it on...
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    Very sorry to hear about Vic's passing.. But...

    Very sorry to hear about Vic's passing.. But thankyou all all the advice on lathes and tutoring.
    Steven
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