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    I work in the IT game - so I tend to engineer...

    I work in the IT game - so I tend to engineer stuff at a higher level because I like options and redundancy. With 4 CAT6 cables, you can bridge them for a 4Gb/sec link later, in case you go bonkers...
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    Whilst you can easily bridge that distance with a...

    Whilst you can easily bridge that distance with a couple of Ubiquiti Nanobeams, if the trench is opne, I would do two things.

    (1) Run 4 Ethernet cables from the house to the shed, and leave...
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    Always good and informative viewing, looking forward to watching this one :)
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    Same, but I had some internal doubts myself. ...

    Same, but I had some internal doubts myself.



    I very much liked BobL's idea of sticking the various machines on a bench and raising them up with planks - it's something that I never thought of,...
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    Small machinery height?

    Happy 2020 to all here, and many thanks for any wisdom that can be shared!

    I'm in the process of designing some mobile carts to hold various small machines I have in the workshop. I'm looking to...
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    WEST AUST I must have good Google-Fu, the second result in...

    I must have good Google-Fu, the second result in Google told me the price without even clicking through to the link. All I did was search "delta spindle sander model sa350"

    I think Delta is a US...
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    Also potentially interested (price depending, of...

    Also potentially interested (price depending, of course).

    I have very few parallel clamps, and need quite a few more.
  8. I've used a few sheets of their Okume ply for a...

    I've used a few sheets of their Okume ply for a workbench base, then popped an MDF top on it and went nuts with a Parf guide kit:

    466807

    There are *some* voids in this plywood - you are...
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    Considering that any 2400 x 1200 sheet is going...

    Considering that any 2400 x 1200 sheet is going to be very troublesome to move around and break up on a table saw, I would first start looking at a track saw and then make a framework at ground/waist...
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    Can't say I have seen or used Toasted Oak, but I...

    Can't say I have seen or used Toasted Oak, but I wonder if you considered using Western Red Cedar? Goes well outside, and is very light weight?
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    QUEENSLAND If for some reason the above falls through, and...

    If for some reason the above falls through, and you're prepared to send (at my cost plus something for your trouble), I will put my hand up as second in line for this please.
  12. These guys? M & M Williams Timber...

    These guys?

    M & M Williams Timber
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    One of our forum members, Dennis, runs a video...

    One of our forum members, Dennis, runs a video channel on Youtube, and has approached a Zero Clearance Table Saw insert by making his own.

    He's done quite some work and testing on this, and has...
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    I saw one of these at one of the woodwork shows a...

    I saw one of these at one of the woodwork shows a couple years back when they just came out. They are quiet (as quiet as anyone could expect a dust extractor to be) - I have one of those generic 2HP...
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    I wonder whether you could simply buy a section...

    I wonder whether you could simply buy a section of 46mm OD rubber (solid), cut it down to 50mm length, and then drill out a hole in the middle to accept a steel/aluminium tube of 12mm ID?

    In other...
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    You should employ some form of vapour...

    You should employ some form of vapour barrier/sarking. When we moved in to our current place, the chap who had it previously simply screwed ply onto the purlins along the side walls of the shed (10m...
  17. Welcome aboard :) As far as your workbench...

    Welcome aboard :)

    As far as your workbench goes - and providing that you're happy with "something flat" to get going with, maybe give consideration to making something temporary, until you know...
  18. Another great and enlightening video, thank you...

    Another great and enlightening video, thank you for reviewing these and sharing your results with us!
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    I can't speak directly for the unit you've...

    I can't speak directly for the unit you've picked, though I think I have the same lift, but purchased from Incra.

    In Australia (with AU approval and 240V etc), there is really only one router that...
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    I will say at the outset that I don't know the...

    I will say at the outset that I don't know the answer on this for certain, but I would doubt any hinge would be available to achieve what you're looking for. Bear in mind, any hinge designer must...
  21. Easy way to find that out is call up the store,...

    Easy way to find that out is call up the store, and ask them for the serial number.

    A quick call to Festool will sort out if stolen or not - they're the one company I know that track this sort of...
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    VICTORIA This is one of those moments where you snap your...

    This is one of those moments where you snap your fingers and say "Darn I wish I didn't already have a table saw".

    Good deal for anyone lucky enough to buy this.
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    Your PM box is full, when you clear some, I'd...

    Your PM box is full, when you clear some, I'd like to have a chat regarding some interior design work we could use if you're amenable :)
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    QUEENSLAND Have you thought about posting here:...

    Have you thought about posting here: https://www.woodworkforums.com/f259 in case there are folks making the trip with vehicles on the Spirit of Tasmania and willing to bring it across for you?

    I...
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    N.S.W. Thanks Andy for all your hard work on this - the...

    Thanks Andy for all your hard work on this - the dominoes arrived already today and are exactly what I needed :)

    Sincerely appreciated, and thank you!
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    SOUTH AUST Hi Ben, and apologies for the delay in posting...

    Hi Ben, and apologies for the delay in posting here.

    The jigsaw arrived here in perfect order, thank you for making this available for sale! This will be put to much good work in the coming years...
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    N.S.W. Hi Mike, No problem in you holding your 4mm...

    Hi Mike,

    No problem in you holding your 4mm dominoes, and happy to hear that they will be of use to you!

    Thank you and Andy for making what could have been a really complex purchase and split...
  28. Also going to add to this conversation - if you...

    Also going to add to this conversation - if you have a Festool/Makita/Triton track saw, and want portable, repeatable accuracy, take a look at: TSO Parallel Guide System for Festool, Makita and...
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    N.S.W. So there is - and in my haste, I missed that...

    So there is - and in my haste, I missed that detail, thank you.

    Happy to stand by the commitment I made above, however - an offer is an offer, and a word is only as good as the reputation of the...
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    N.S.W. Hi Andy and Mike, Mike, I'm very delighted to...

    Hi Andy and Mike,

    Mike, I'm very delighted to split this pack with you, thank you for offering this!

    Andy, many thanks for offering to split up the pack and post separately. May I please add...
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    N.S.W. Hi Andy - appreciate, but no need - and apologies...

    Hi Andy - appreciate, but no need - and apologies if the intent behind my post wasn't clear (I tend not to be too clear when typing sometimes!).

    I was simply putting it out there that is there...
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    N.S.W. Unfortunately, I wouldn't have a use for a whole...

    Unfortunately, I wouldn't have a use for a whole kit, but I wanted to make it known I would be quite keen on the smaller sizes (4mm, 5mm and 6mm) in case someone else is keen on the larger sizes and...
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    Hope this helps a bit: Festool - Understanding...

    Hope this helps a bit: Festool - Understanding Dust Types
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    SOUTH AUST PM sent to arrange further details, many thanks...

    PM sent to arrange further details, many thanks for making this available.
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    SOUTH AUST I am keen on the PSB400 jigsaw, and would...

    I am keen on the PSB400 jigsaw, and would appreciate if you can figure out freight to postcode 2320 please?

    I'm understanding that this is potentially a superseeded model, and assuming this unit...
  36. Just posting here for what it's worth - my table...

    Just posting here for what it's worth - my table saw, being a Saw Stop, is a 5/8" arbor. And I have a couple of 30mm arbor blades I use, with the adapter mentioned by Grahamross.

    The only purpose...
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    For what it's worth, mine stay stuck on in the...

    For what it's worth, mine stay stuck on in the middle, and come loose at the ends.

    I figured it was due to heat - so the most obvious question, are your rails being subjected to inappropriate...
  38. Make a separate enclosure for the Dusty. Build a...

    Make a separate enclosure for the Dusty. Build a frame box out of H2 framing material big enough to put it in with some space to spare, and whack a door on one wall. Line it with MDF, and put...
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    Hi Neil, This build is still "in progress" -...

    Hi Neil,

    This build is still "in progress" - real life has delayed it a bit. The last thing we have to do in terms of framing and design is actually that section of the wall (all other wall...
  40. Can you move the dust extraction outside to a...

    Can you move the dust extraction outside to a new, separate enclosure? It's a better result, and buys you more room.

    Are you planning on making everything mobile? It's worth thinking about :) ...
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    NEW I'd be keen to find out where you got this? It...

    I'd be keen to find out where you got this? It looks infinitely more usable than the wheel it comes with!
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    When we moved in to our place, the previous owner...

    When we moved in to our place, the previous owner had done just that, attached plywood sheets to the purloins holding the external Colorbond sheeting.

    When we pulled it all off, we found many...
  43. HEADS UP With many thanks for your careful and clever...

    With many thanks for your careful and clever packaging, my copy arrived today.

    Many thanks to you sir for your kindness in making these available!
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    Thank you David for an incredibly detailed and...

    Thank you David for an incredibly detailed and helpful post!

    Sorry I haven't been back in the past couple of days - work has been absolutely crazy.

    I am pretty sure I'm across the methods...
  45. Thank you for sharing this here - love this...

    Thank you for sharing this here - love this concept and sincerely appreciate the work and effort you've put in to this!

    Subbed, and have bookmarked this to make one very soon.
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    Bugger :( That said, if you're going to be...

    Bugger :(

    That said, if you're going to be buying a Festool track some time, IMO, buy any and all your rails as "holey" rails (i.e. ones for the LR32 system).

    I made the stupid mistake of *not*...
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    It would be interesting to measure the distance...

    It would be interesting to measure the distance between the two "rails" on your track - please let us know what that measurement is?

    Also, please check P18 of this "After Market" manual (which is...
  48. On mine, I have found this surface to prevent...

    On mine, I have found this surface to prevent rust with little to no protection, whereas the smooth cast iron picks up rust like no tomorrow. I had to sit mine aside, unused for 2 years. I forgot...
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    QUEENSLAND Works perfectly for me sir, I will be happy to...

    Works perfectly for me sir, I will be happy to purchase this!

    Will send PM to arrange bank details etc, with many thanks!
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    QUEENSLAND Could I trouble you please to figure the cost of...

    Could I trouble you please to figure the cost of sending to 2320 please?

    If reasonable (obviously out of your control), I would love to take this!

    Happy also to arrange this through transdirect...
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