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  1. Thread: shed lining

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    Yeah thats a good idea mate, I like it

    Yeah thats a good idea mate, I like it
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    Thanks for your help Fred, Much appreciated ...

    Thanks for your help Fred, Much appreciated

    Steve
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    New to casting pen blanks.... HELP!!!!

    Hi, I havent been on here much lately, been doing a Kitchen Reno and for just about all of this year, Ive been laid up with a crook back, but soon that will be fixed and after some recovery time, I...
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    A friend of mine sent me a this picture and asked...

    A friend of mine sent me a this picture and asked if I could make one. I doubt it, but it is a very cool idea I reckon.

    Good job on your bowl.
  5. TRUE STORY I went for a massage yesterday....

    TRUE STORY

    I went for a massage yesterday.
    After the lady finished, she went out & I got up & put my shirt & shoes on & went out to pay.

    When I walked up to the counter, she asked me How I...
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    It's similar to mine, but a bit bigger. I used a...

    It's similar to mine, but a bit bigger. I used a bigger top rail front & Back, & I had a couple of supports running across the & level with the top.

    I also used MDF, but I laminated 2 x 16mm...
  7. Thread: shed lining

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    Mate, I know this doesnt really help, but your...

    Mate, I know this doesnt really help, but your not alone & some of us do understand constant pain. Had 2 ops, L5-S1, second was a fusion. Still hurts but really really helped with the leg pain from...
  8. Thread: And I'm into it!

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    Just remember when you remove material, you are...

    Just remember when you remove material, you are removing it from all sides of Centre. In other words, if you increase the size of the hole by 5mm to allow your Clock or whatever to fit, then you...
  9. Thread: And I'm into it!

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    Bit Tropical

    Bit Tropical
  10. Thread: And I'm into it!

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    I have heard of a Ubeaut product called Glow (I...

    I have heard of a Ubeaut product called Glow (I think). Never used it, but Ive heard it's pretty good.

    I have done a couple of bowels with Burnishing oil & thats not bad.


    I don't get away...
  11. Thread: And I'm into it!

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    Looks great to me. Im only a novice turner...

    Looks great to me.
    Im only a novice turner myself, but I bought a Robert Sorby Starter kit & I would strongly recommend that brand. It cost me more than my lathe, but wonderful chisels. I have...
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    JMO, but I wouldn't really call it Complex...

    JMO, but I wouldn't really call it Complex Joinery, there's just a lot of them.

    Steve
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    I picked up an MC1100 for under $300, & when I...

    I picked up an MC1100 for under $300, & when I was looking, I found MC900's in Melbourne for $200, but I couldn't get one to SA.

    The MC900 & 1100's are a generic model, Mine is a Leda but H&F do...
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    Mate, I dont want to get into a p!ssing contest...

    Mate, I dont want to get into a p!ssing contest with you or anyone else.

    I took offence to the tone of your response to my post & responded likewise.

    I didn't recommend starting in the corner,...
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    You will get at least 10 times more life out of...

    You will get at least 10 times more life out of Carbide Cutters. I would love one of the heads
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    The time may well come when you will need to do a...

    The time may well come when you will need to do a Vertical Up in that position and you will have no choice but to start in the corner, so knowing how to do it instead of being scared of it may be of...
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    You can start from the inside corner, but when...

    You can start from the inside corner, but when you strike your arc, pull the rod back and let it pre heat befor you actually start to weld.

    You can start from the out side and as you get to the...
  18. Ill be down there on Satuday. Its $5 a day, this...

    Ill be down there on Satuday. Its $5 a day, this covers tea, coffee & bikkies. Its at the Anglican Church and the driveway is on the south side of the small cemetery on South Rd, just after you go...
  19. Blazk, I could actually add to that list, as my...

    Blazk, I could actually add to that list, as my Brother & Sister are also woodworkers, & we each have our own workshops set up, but we have on several occasions, utilized buying power buy buying...
  20. Mate, I have been buying machinery off of Leda...

    Mate, I have been buying machinery off of Leda for about 12 or so years.
    10" Table saw
    17"Bandsaw
    15"thicknesser
    25"Drum Sander
    Dust Extractor
    MC1100 Lathe
    A fence for my Router Table.
    ...
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    I dont think you have been too aggressive with...

    I dont think you have been too aggressive with the wire brush.

    If it was me, I would soften the sharp edges with some 100 grit, Fill any gum pockets etc with Epoxy, (Ive seen the glow in the dark...
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    This is my $400 12" Wadkin Picked this up...

    This is my $400 12" Wadkin

    Picked this up cheap
    A lot of work but not much money. I replaced most of the bolts with new ones, but the bearings were fine & the Blades sharpened up

    ok. I...
  23. Thread: Table Saw Wheels

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    That should work all right. You might want to...

    That should work all right.

    You might want to knock the top corners off your Angles, & If it was me, I would have gone for a Polyurethane Wheel - 100 x 40mm
    or similar but your shed floor might...
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    I suggest not cleaning it out & filling it with...

    I suggest not cleaning it out & filling it with Clear Epoxy.

    Steve
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    Pearo, I swear by Leda machinery, & I have...

    Pearo,

    I swear by Leda machinery, & I have quite a bit of it, but that said, I would'nt buy any of the machines on your research list.

    There are often old to very old Jointers on Gumtree &...
  26. Thread: Buzzer Transport

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    My Brother & I moved one similar to that with a...

    My Brother & I moved one similar to that with a engine hoist & a 1/2 ton chain block and a 7 x 5 trailer.

    The engine hoist & B&T could not lift it & we would not have got the height anyway.

    We...
  27. Thread: Blade movement

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    Peter, I'm no expert, but I Read, Saw or heard...

    Peter,
    I'm no expert, but I Read, Saw or heard somewhere a while ago, that there is no performance benefit to replacing rubber tyres with Poly tyres. The benefit of Poly tyres is their long lasting...
  28. Thread: Table Saw Wheels

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    My shed is 20'x 20' (6m x 6m) and is full of...

    My shed is 20'x 20' (6m x 6m) and is full of Machinery. I cant work in there so everything except the 12"Jointer & the 17"Bandsaw is on Wheels.

    I make all my Bases except for my 15" Thicknesser,...
  29. Thread: Table Saw Wheels

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    This was my solution. I made it years ago &...

    This was my solution. I made it years ago & still as good as day 1. I swear by this.

    https://www.woodworkforums.com/showthread.php?t=34394

    ...
  30. Thread: Blade movement

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    I agree with Roy and will just add this. Blade...

    I agree with Roy and will just add this.

    Blade tension is something you will learn as you go & the tension gauge in most bandsaws is next to useless. check out a few You tubes.

    Blade guides...
  31. Hi John, I made a Mortice jig from a design I...

    Hi John,

    I made a Mortice jig from a design I got in a Woodsmith Australia Mag. It's cheap & Simple to make, simple to use and very Accurate and repeatable. You can cut Left & Right hand from...
  32. Hi John, Your legs turned out real nice mate....

    Hi John,

    Your legs turned out real nice mate.

    You said your working on the rails next. I imagine you will be using M&T joints.

    Just wondering what your plans are for making these.
    ...
  33. Miko, Just a note on Accuracy. Bandsaw...

    Miko,

    Just a note on Accuracy.

    Bandsaw blades have a certain amount of Runnout.

    The way to correct this is to get a piece of timber about 600mm long & rule a line parallel to the straight...
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    I love both of them. Well done

    I love both of them. Well done
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    I agree with this. When I first saw your post...

    I agree with this.

    When I first saw your post my immediate answer to your question was a Triton Saw. Made to do exactly what you want to do.

    Thinking a little more about it, why not buy a...
  36. Thread: Coffee Tamps

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    Thanks for the info. I put my coffee machine in...

    Thanks for the info. I put my coffee machine in for a warranty job about 3 weeks ago. I just picked up a new one today. there nothing wrong with the plastic handled Tamp that came with it but I do...
  37. Thread: Coffee Tamps

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    My pick would be the Jarrah and Tassie Oak or the...

    My pick would be the Jarrah and Tassie Oak or the Camphor Laurel. Practical shape & beautiful Timber.

    Forgive my ignorance, but do the bases have a thread on them or ....?


    Steve
  38. Thread: First Bowl

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    I have finally finished my Mallee Stump Bowl. ...

    I have finally finished my Mallee Stump Bowl.

    I hope you like it.

    Steve328581328580328579
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    You will not be disappointed. I have a 15"3hp...

    You will not be disappointed. I have a 15"3hp 240v with straight cutters & it is brilliant. I would convert to spiral in a heartbeat if I could afford it.

    I have never found it to be under...
  40. Thread: Apricot Bowl

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    Brendan, My Apologies, I only just realised...

    Brendan,

    My Apologies, I only just realised the significance of You giving me that link.

    I knew I had seen your Avatar recently.

    Your Videos are are exceptionally well done and very much...
  41. Thread: Apricot Bowl

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    Hey Christos, I sanded it to 2000 & finished...

    Hey Christos,

    I sanded it to 2000 & finished it with about 8 coats of Burnishing oil.

    I haven't found a finish that I am really happy with yet, but I went to Carbatec (Adelaide) to by some...
  42. Thread: Apricot Bowl

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    Thank you all for your encouragement. I loved...

    Thank you all for your encouragement.

    I loved turning this piece of Apricot, and I have a couple more bits to play with as well.

    My Mistake Rectifier hide all my sins, ever the one that flew of...
  43. Thread: Apricot Bowl

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    Apricot Bowl

    This is my 3rd attempt at making a bowl, and the first one I have finished,
    My first attempt is still ongoing and is a Mallee Stump Bowl with lots of sanding still to be done. I only work on this...
  44. Thread: Mulberry score

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    Its quite bland when you turn it but as soon as...

    Its quite bland when you turn it but as soon as you put any kind of oil or wax on it it springs to life. The coulours that leap out of the timber are amazing


    Steve
  45. Thread: Scored

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    Mate, Thats Heart breaking

    Mate, Thats Heart breaking
  46. Thread: Scored

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    Thanks Chuck Heres a couple more after...

    Thanks Chuck

    Heres a couple more after sanding. No Finish




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  47. Thread: Scored

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    Couple of pics Steve

    Couple of pics


    Steve
  48. Ive never done anything like this on a Bandsaw,...

    Ive never done anything like this on a Bandsaw, but I have watched live demos of a bloke cutting queen anne style legs & that is exactly the way he did it.

    He made it look easy.

    Steve
  49. Thread: Scored

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    Thanks people, The Apricot is still a little...

    Thanks people,

    The Apricot is still a little damp, but fairly dry. I think it was cut down about 2 years ago.

    The redgum, as I understand it, was cut down when the land was cleared to grow...
  50. Thread: Scored

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    Scored

    We went to the Barossa Valley doing a little wine tasting the other day when I stumbled across a bloke cutting up a bit of fire wood.

    When I saw what he was cutting up, I asked him if I could buy...
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