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    SOLD: Sent. Thanks.

    Sent.
    Thanks.
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    Portholes
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    SOLD: Would you take $85.00?

    Would you take $85.00?
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    SOLD: Does this include the instruction book for the...

    Does this include the instruction book for the butterfly jig?
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    Looks like the 'photos' app print dialogue. What...

    Looks like the 'photos' app print dialogue. What do you see in 'options' - maybe an advanced option or 'use system dialogue'.
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    U beaut
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    An email to the seller may be the most accurate...

    An email to the seller may be the most accurate way of determining the width..
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    New for old
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  11. DONE: Id like to grab this if i may. Not sure when id...

    Id like to grab this if i may.
    Not sure when id be able to pick up though, would Easter be ok?
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    I quite like Redflow – Sustainable Energy Storage...

    I quite like Redflow – Sustainable Energy Storage zinc bromine flow battery. 10kwh storage, 100% depth of discharge.
    Getting a lot of business for remote area power, eg telecoms, wilderness etc.
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    I think i did tap some acrylic a while ago. Seem...

    I think i did tap some acrylic a while ago. Seem to remember that the hole size is important, don't drill undersize. I guess it doesn't flow like metal does.

    I think I'd be aiming for 4 or 5 mm,...
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    Simon Templar
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    Sea plane
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    I agree, when selling document the fixed part and...

    I agree, when selling document the fixed part and either remove or sell separately the routers etc.

    But there is another good reason to document. In a typical household only one member possibly...
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    Most interesting discussion. Just a couple of...

    Most interesting discussion. Just a couple of observations I'd like to contribute.
    -at the moment I see the primary use of batteries is as frequency stability (because they can start feeding the...
  18. Batteries in the right way? Check the springs are...

    Batteries in the right way? Check the springs are actually making contact. I've seen minor variations in battery length leave the circuit open.
  19. Yes there is. Use a Japanese style pull saw...

    Yes there is.
    Use a Japanese style pull saw exactly as the guy in the video.
    Draw your line all the way round the leg. That will make it easier to stay on track.
  20. Thread: Bmh, 3d style

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    ps, forgot to note the upper picture is a 100...

    ps, forgot to note the upper picture is a 100 diameter.

    as a result of the aforementioned messup between ID and OD, and offsetting the wrong way, i re-did the 3d model, and in the process...
  21. Thread: Bmh, 3d style

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    Bmh, 3d style

    Printed on my end 5+.
    490899
    490900
    The 150 is undersized, compared to target, as i mixed up my Id and od when I drew it. :doh:
    But it fits nicely inside an elbow rather than the flex I was...
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    Ann of Green gables
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    St Bernard
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    That sounds feasible. It does have that...

    That sounds feasible. It does have that Indonesian/Bali style.

    So what can I do with it I wonder...
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    Another impossible wotisit...

    Found this on my nature strip this afternoon. Some sort of bench seat I guess. Thick and heavy.
    First thought pine, but I think it too heavy for that. 99.9% sure it is solid.
    490637
    490638
    490639...
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    Sticky: Many grumps

    Many grumps
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    Open task manager, check performance of CPU,...

    Open task manager, check performance of CPU, memory, disk to see if any are showing high - say greater than 50%
    If there is, sort the task list by that and see what is at the top.

    Does pse...
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    Sticky: Ten grams

    Ten grams
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    Hi crocy A quick question if you don't mind. ...

    Hi crocy
    A quick question if you don't mind.
    I think you said one of the pieces of timber you kindly offered was suitable for the box lid.
    I assume it is the first picture here, not the second...
  31. I saw today that timbecon (I think) had upper and...

    I saw today that timbecon (I think) had upper and lower guides complete assembly for $105.
    But as others have said, your's look redeemable.
    My almost identical saw has rubbing blocks top and...
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    I would think that you'd want something with a...

    I would think that you'd want something with a gloss finish to make it easier for the wood to slide over.
    I don't think it needs to be oil varnish, but not sure what is compatible with the oil.
  33. Thread: Pretty flowers

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    Pretty flowers

    From my garden. Dahlias. 489478489479
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    Sticky: Gnomen

    Gnomen
  35. If you need shorter lengths for parts of your...

    If you need shorter lengths for parts of your box, you may be able to cut sections that are short enough that the twist in each is manageable.

    No idea if soaking and weighting would help. ...
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    SOLD: Wish I was in qld...

    Wish I was in qld...
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    :no: What I was starting to fear... Just too...

    :no:
    What I was starting to fear...
    Just too straight.
    Think I'll need to go back to 120, 180 just wasn't making any difference.
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    Also, as I sand, I am finding these lines through...

    Also, as I sand, I am finding these lines through the wood.
    I thought at first they were scratches from the original thicknessing, but I don't seem to be able to remove them. Is this a grain feature...
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    Started...

    Well, I've made a start. Sides cut to length, squared, even made a shooting board. (and got my plane sharp...)

    I'm going to do dovetail corners using gifkins jig.
    I had a think and realised I can...
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    If it was me... Make up a trough with any old...

    If it was me...
    Make up a trough with any old boards, line with plastic and soak. Support the ends, With a a weight on the middle to overbend.
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    So, what lumber is turned into veneer to make...

    So, what lumber is turned into veneer to make lvl? Presumably a rotary veneer.
  48. Thread: Capacitor Code

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    Easier to see with an analogue meter but you...

    Easier to see with an analogue meter but you should see a brief flick of the needle or low resistance as it charges up.
    But leaking or bulging is bad regardless of correct measurement.
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    Can't see the photos? G'day steve, welcome to...

    Can't see the photos?
    G'day steve, welcome to the forum. Great to see you here.
    Russell (Hiscock).
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    Sticky: Steak

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