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    QUEENSLAND Hi Mike I'll take it, subject to inspection....

    Hi Mike

    I'll take it, subject to inspection. PM sent.
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    DRAWN & CLAIMED I'm in.

    I'm in.
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    CLAIMED I'm in.

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  5. If you're planning on eating it yourself (or your...

    If you're planning on eating it yourself (or your proposed fellow egg-munchers are not too fussy about you blowing on their food), a quick way is to crack and peel the big easy to peel end with the...
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    CLAIMED I’m in.

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    CLAIMED I'm in.

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    I recently read in some news article about...

    I recently read in some news article about testing done by UL on Sawstop, using a dummy human finger at an approach speed of 1m/s, the average depth of cut was something like 2 or 2.5mm. Was a...
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    Just bear in mind that technically pink stain...

    Just bear in mind that technically pink stain remover is a cleaner not a steriliser.

    For a proper steriliser you'd be looking at something like sodium percarbonate or phosphoric acid like...
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    I'm sure I could get at least 6 out of it!

    I'm sure I could get at least 6 out of it!
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    Wow that's awesome! I usually have trouble just...

    Wow that's awesome! I usually have trouble just winning at heads n tails.

    A million thanks to dusteater for a most generous offer, and a fun idea!!
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    Nice one! 300 x 70 x 30 450 x 105 x 40

    Nice one!

    300 x 70 x 30
    450 x 105 x 40
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    Johnny Cash's cover of Hurt, originally by Nine...

    Johnny Cash's cover of Hurt, originally by Nine Inch Nails. Probably the only video clip to ever leave me with goosebumps.

    I remember reading about when Trent Reznor first heard it/watched the...
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    I decided to go the 2nd option, and used some pen...

    I decided to go the 2nd option, and used some pen blank offcuts for the inserts - huon pine for salt and what was labelled melaleuca for the pepper, and this is the end result after 2 coats of DO so...
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    Yeah I'm leaning towards the 2nd option. Two...

    Yeah I'm leaning towards the 2nd option. Two contrasting timbers would've solved the problem but this request was for a matching set.

    No, they'll make someone else's salt and pepper taste crap,...
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    A pinch of salt and pepper grinders

    My wife recently asked me to make a set of salt and pepper mills/grinders for a gift. Needless to say she didn't need to finish her request before off to the shed I ran, as it had been probably 18...
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    That's some gorgeous fiddleback. What finish did...

    That's some gorgeous fiddleback. What finish did you use?
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    It's a starter or freehand pin when using bearing...

    It's a starter or freehand pin when using bearing tipped bits freehand without a fence to help guide your work piece onto the bit with more accuracy.
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    For quick checks, you could try clean the window...

    For quick checks, you could try clean the window rocker switch contacts and make sure they're contacting, or more likely try lube the window tracks with silicone spray or maybe graphite powder as...
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    It's entirely possible I'm missing something...

    It's entirely possible I'm missing something obvious here as I've only had 2 coffees today, but I'm having trouble visualising your description... so, to clarify, are you needing a round lid turned...
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    +2 privet, especially if the flowers have a...

    +2 privet, especially if the flowers have a nauseating sweet smell
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    Have a look at programmable relays or...

    Have a look at programmable relays or programmable timers, should be able to find one on the cheap to suit.
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    If you're just after an example of how an...

    If you're just after an example of how an existing component might fit with your bench, there's also a lot of models of stuff other people have created in the Sketchup 3D Warehouse that you can...
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    I borrowed a friend's set of Cokin filters to try...

    I borrowed a friend's set of Cokin filters to try out a few years ago, and found that stacking 2 or more filters led to a much worse colour cast (totally horrible purple) than just a single one...
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    I'm not really familiar with Huanyang VFDs in...

    I'm not really familiar with Huanyang VFDs in particular yet but am thinking of getting one soon so this topic piqued my interest.

    After scanning through the manual jhovel referred to earlier...
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    Unfortunately no. Each operating system needs to...

    Unfortunately no. Each operating system needs to have exclusive access to the computer's low level resources, ports, memory, etc.

    The only real way it could be done is through virtualisation,...
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    Just curious why you want to kill the yeast?...

    Just curious why you want to kill the yeast? Without yeast you'll need to force carbonate the beer with CO2 in kegs.

    Not sure how much of this you already might know but the most common and...
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    I agree there could be some merit to it but...

    I agree there could be some merit to it but whether it's to a worthwhile degree I'm not sure. When I was learning woodturning at high school I was thinking of cutting some apple wood from the orchard...
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    Yeah it looks a lot more like camphor laurel than...

    Yeah it looks a lot more like camphor laurel than silky oak to me?
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    I can only speak from Stihl experience but I'm...

    I can only speak from Stihl experience but I'm not completely one-eyed, I'll be looking for a Honda push mower when I upgrade that soon. Apart from around the house I do some part-time mowing of...
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    CLAIMED I'm in. Wishing a Merry Christmas/Happy...

    I'm in.

    Wishing a Merry Christmas/Happy Festivus/Happy extra long weekend and a Happy New Year to everyone.

    And a thanks to U-Beaut and Timberbits for the prizes.
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    REGISTRATION CLOSED I'm in

    I'm in
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    I guess thinking, knowing or worrying about how...

    I guess thinking, knowing or worrying about how the media/public would react to his sexuality would have exacerbated his depression in the first place. It's a shame that sensationalised stories sell...
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    Hi Paul, Considering the Inventor/Original...

    Hi Paul,

    Considering the Inventor/Original Assignee of US 8733764 B1 Patent is one Paul Eugene Stafford, I don't blame you for not being able to "wait to see this design in common usage for...
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    Most of the major home brew suppliers and...

    Most of the major home brew suppliers and brew-on-premises joints sell CO2 cylinders. You'll be looking at a bit less than $200 for a 2.3/2.6kg CO2 cylinder, and then about $30 or so for a refill...
  37. A bit of googling shows that it is the same as...

    A bit of googling shows that it is the same as the Woodstar PT85 which seems to sell in the UK for around $450 AUD, of which you would be able to find some reviews such as this one - part 1...
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    REGISTRATION CLOSED I'm in

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    Whenever we get those calls they seem a few over...

    Whenever we get those calls they seem a few over a week then nothing for months. Usually fob them off pretty easily by saying we don't have a computer, or are not on the internet cos I don't trust it...
  40. Thread: Great New Toy

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    Hmm, the Gary Pye jig looks a lot like the Oneway...

    Hmm, the Gary Pye jig looks a lot like the Oneway Wolverine with the Vari-grind. Pretty decent price too. I'm assuming you're pretty happy with it?
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    Given it's been a few months now, does anyone...

    Given it's been a few months now, does anyone have anymore thoughts on this jig? I'll be in the market for my first sharpening jig soon so will be tossing up between the Tru Grind and this one, and...
  42. Thread: Going Knotty

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    I think they look great. I assume they're cut at...

    I think they look great. I assume they're cut at around 30 degrees to get that nice proportion?
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    Interesting idea. I know of someone who used one...

    Interesting idea. I know of someone who used one of these from this site http://www.trailcameras.com.au although you might be able to source similar for cheaper from ebay and the likes. The prices...
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    G'day from Brisbane

    Hi all,

    Just realised I've been a member here for a while but never really posted, so here goes.

    I really loved woodwork at high school and needless to say each year it was my best subject. Did...
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    My theoretical answer to the theoretical question...

    My theoretical answer to the theoretical question is 11mm.

    I'm more of a pictures kind of guy so here's my proof, in sketchup.

    Original 12mm bowed board in the back, 11m planed straight board...
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