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  1. Thread: Hows your French.

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    Matt, why are you looking at Jim Bode's site . ....

    Matt, why are you looking at Jim Bode's site . . . did you win a lottery?
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    SOLD: I'll take it, thanks.

    I'll take it, thanks.
  3. Thread: New marking gauges

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    Ian, they wouldn't look out of place in the...

    Ian, they wouldn't look out of place in the Veritas catalogue!
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    Hello Rob, from memory, the collets are 3/8" or...

    Hello Rob, from memory, the collets are 3/8" or 10mm, 1/2" and 5/8", ER25. The mortice is only deep enough for the tang to clear, about 50mm, so double enders are not usable with those handles. I do...
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    Neil, I did a little piece that sat in the...

    Neil, I did a little piece that sat in the gallery for over 5 years . . . but it sold a lot of smaller bowls, The gallery owner was adamant to keep the piece at the gallery, for the wow factor.
    ...
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    SOLD: I'll take it. Pm on way.

    I'll take it. Pm on way.
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    P&N were not the only big boy bowl gouges. I have...

    P&N were not the only big boy bowl gouges. I have a Kelton, with a replaceable tip, for real heavy duty turning. It has a solid shaft.
    501775
    For turning bowls over the 400mm mark the long...
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    Now for the 1/2 inch version to complete the set.

    Now for the 1/2 inch version to complete the set.
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    Rob, treat as a SRG for bowls . . . Not to go...

    Rob, treat as a SRG for bowls . . . Not to go near cross grain/faceplate work. The danger is that the tang could break with a significant catch.

    P&N did a 22mm Bowl gouge for larger faceplate...
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    Rob, it's a "traditional"* spindle gouge. They...

    Rob, it's a "traditional"* spindle gouge. They are not common. I have one and use it for roughing and larger spindle work.

    I have rounded the nose profile to make it more user friendly, it lessons...
  11. Thread: Timber/Tree books

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    Hey Paul, how about the Australian Timber Buyer's...

    Hey Paul, how about the Australian Timber Buyer's Guide by Skills publishing (The Australian Woodworker)?

    I use it more for exotic species, but for looking up natives I cross reference the...
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    With the Stubby, it's best to ring and talk with...

    With the Stubby, it's best to ring and talk with Rod, they are an Engineering company and the lathes are but one facet of their work.
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    "I do not know that conservative politicians in...

    "I do not know that conservative politicians in the USA actually have a coherent philosophy (apart from staying in power)"

    All pollies have that aim, it doesn't matter if you are a communist...
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    I own and use a Stubby 1000, I did have a...

    I own and use a Stubby 1000, I did have a Woodfast M910 and have used a variety of larger lathes from Vl300 up to Wadkin RU. Get the largest lathe you can afford. Then start buying tooling for them....
  15. Thread: Shed build

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    Councils exist to annoy the small property...

    Councils exist to annoy the small property owners, say what we can do with our small bit of land. They roll over for the larger landowners and big business.
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    Moisture and possibly too low a temperature for...

    Moisture and possibly too low a temperature for curing . . . DAMIKT!
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    Hello Brett, so do I. Here's the Morse Taper...

    Hello Brett, so do I.
    Here's the Morse Taper Aligner, that I mentioned. I got mine years ago when I had an old, (then) TL8/1000. I use it infrequently now, but it's a handy little gizmo to have...
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    I know where one is, I've worked on it doing long...

    I know where one is, I've worked on it doing long spindles.
    Being in lockdown means I cannot go and check on the name :~
    Mechanical variable speed, only change the speed when it's running.
    ...
  19. Already Sold.

    Already Sold.
  20. Thread: Mineral Oil

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    Try New Directions Australia...

    Try New Directions Australia, cosmetics supply shop.
  21. Thread: P&N chisel set

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    Benji, you mean you stole it for $20, even $200...

    Benji, you mean you stole it for $20, even $200 is stealing it. They now go north of $500.

    The 7 piece set will last you a life time of turning.

    P&N ceased manufacture a couple of years ago....
  22. WANTED:N.S.W.. Hello Peter, I have a scrap of Zebrano,...

    Hello Peter, I have a scrap of Zebrano, 100x120x25. It is not highly figured and has some checking.
    PM me your number and I'll send you some pics.
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    Hello Scott, I am not a sparky, so I will avoid...

    Hello Scott, I am not a sparky, so I will avoid any specific electrical answers, but will go from my experience planning and roughing in my shed.

    It was cheaper for my sparky mate to purchase all...
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    SOUTH AUST You seem to have forgotten one minor detail, the...

    You seem to have forgotten one minor detail, the Price?
  25. Thread: Re-sawing bandsaw

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    Ok, what's your budget, What is the capacity you...

    Ok, what's your budget, What is the capacity you are looking for? Is this going to be a dedicated resaw, with in and out feed tables and a power feed unit or a bandsaw capable of 300mm height resaw...
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    Both need work to stabilize and the lowest speed...

    Both need work to stabilize and the lowest speed is "Adventuress" for beginner bowl turners. Th Carbatec does use the now standard spindle size, M30x3.5, 25mm tool post and MT2.
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    Dengy, so it 's got a bend, longitudinally? I...

    Dengy, so it 's got a bend, longitudinally?

    I only flatten the first inch any way. So derust, which ever way you like, the polish the back first inch. I would never use it for fine work, due to...
  28. Thread: Chisels and files

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    Hello Deronys, I am member of the Illawarra...

    Hello Deronys, I am member of the Illawarra Woodworkers Group, Fairy Meadow

    Home
  29. Thread: Chisels and files

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    Hello Deronys, Dapto Market occasionally has some...

    Hello Deronys, Dapto Market occasionally has some good chisels for reasonable prices.
    I can vouch for the Narex Bench chisels, I just brought my second set of FB Market place. These are for me as...
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    SOLD: Hello Derek, I'll take the Japanese Iyoroi...

    Hello Derek, I'll take the Japanese Iyoroi Kotenomi (cranked chisel) off your hands :)
  31. Thread: Table saw belts

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    Fenner Powertwist belts. No pulling apart the...

    Fenner Powertwist belts. No pulling apart the machine to install and they reduce vibration and power loss.
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    SOLD: I'll take the P&N, thanks

    I'll take the P&N, thanks
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    DRAWN 1 CLAIMED 1 UNCLAIMED I'm in

    I'm in
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    SOLD: Hello KK, I'll take it.

    Hello KK, I'll take it.
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    SOLD: Give away price! It's in Victoria and I have the...

    Give away price!
    It's in Victoria and I have the cast version already, so I am not in the game.
  36. Thread: Im a convert!

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    Fletty, can I please book a room, for this event?...

    Fletty, can I please book a room, for this event?
    I'll bring the good beer, again :)
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    I called in late yesterday, good mix of displays,...

    I called in late yesterday, good mix of displays, demo's and items for sale. Even at the late hour, people were still coming thru the door.

    John is there with a good assortment of tools.

    It's...
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    Lucky I have a day job!

    Lucky I have a day job!
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    VICTORIA Hey Ern, where did you get the replacement filter...

    Hey Ern, where did you get the replacement filter from?
  40. Thread: Wood turning tools

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    QUEENSLAND I'll take the unbranded gouge thanks, PM to come.

    I'll take the unbranded gouge thanks, PM to come.
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    Thanks Ted, I just asked for this to be sent to...

    Thanks Ted, I just asked for this to be sent to all the members of The Illawarra Woodworkers Group.

    I might get down there Saturday Arvo.
  42. Bite the bullet. 19mm blades are not intended for...

    Bite the bullet. 19mm blades are not intended for cutting round . . . too much back of blade involvement, think burning.


    Back to the 6 or 10mm blade for 75mm diameters.

    The set up for round...
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    I'd still be building my little shed, if I OB it....

    I'd still be building my little shed, if I OB it. (2009)
  44. Thread: Woodfast M910

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    SOLD: Admins, please mark as SOLD!

    Admins, please mark as SOLD!
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    Look at Woodfast lathes. I was in your shoes 11...

    Look at Woodfast lathes.
    I was in your shoes 11 or so years ago, cannot fault the lathe I got, M910.
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    Dan, clear your pm's.

    Dan, clear your pm's.
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    SOLD: $110 inc postage?

    $110 inc postage?
  48. Reminds me of moving the Hammer N4400 up the...

    Reminds me of moving the Hammer N4400 up the grass to the shed. A lot of swearing under the breath and the relief when I got it thru the door!
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    I'll tag Ray (wheelinround) in this.

    I'll tag Ray (wheelinround) in this.
  50. Thread: Woodfast M910

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    SOLD: Price reduction $2500 Step up to a full size...

    Price reduction $2500

    Step up to a full size lathe, take your turning to the next level!
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