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    On a side-note, I'm interested in this. Are you...

    On a side-note, I'm interested in this. Are you happy to share the details?

    To answer your question, for Plywood, I will hook up the trailer and head to Sydney most often -...
  2. Thank you all - lots of food for thought here. ...

    Thank you all - lots of food for thought here.

    I'm currently playing "scrapbook pickup" with cut-outs of all the machine footprints to try make it all fit and stay in place as much as possible. :)...
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    New Listing Considering this person only revisited the forums...

    Considering this person only revisited the forums once, around a day after posting this "for sale" advertisement, I wouldn't hold my breath for a reply.

    Call me a sceptical old codger, but this ad...
  4. I hear you, and there is a lot of logic with what...

    I hear you, and there is a lot of logic with what you say - I was looking for a solution to achieve that initially, but the problem is - I can't find a way to make that work in the space available...
  5. Clearvue install & shop layout - thoughts and feedback appreciated!

    Good day to all, and thank you for any thoughts and feedback you may have to offer!

    I've been working on the fitout of the shed over the past while (Midnight's Shed), but we've had a last-minute...
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    You don't say which table saw you have, I'll take...

    You don't say which table saw you have, I'll take a stab it's a 10" blade. If you need a 30mm arbour, a saw blade service can change this for you.

    My choice of blade, assuming you want...
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    Camellia oil might help, it's "finish safe" - but...

    Camellia oil might help, it's "finish safe" - but I'd be concerned at it attracting sawdust and gunking up.

    As others have said, a track saw shouldn't need lubrication to slide properly - if it...
  8. I'm puzzled by this, as when I "signed up" a few...

    I'm puzzled by this, as when I "signed up" a few years ago, I had to specifically *add* print copy to International address to the "Unlimited" subscription. The Unlimited subscription is USD$99.00,...
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    One thing you'll possibly find with a blackboard...

    One thing you'll possibly find with a blackboard is that it'll become a tan coloured board relatively quickly, unless your dust extraction is right up to snuff ;) Fine dust will get "stuck" in a...
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    Well, this is an interesting point, an...

    Well, this is an interesting point, an interesting product (Bix) that I hadn't heard of before.

    So - time to do some Google-Fu.

    Here's the dimensions of the Dominoes: Festool DOMINO - tenon...
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    Whilst I'm sure you're aware, I wanted to post...

    Whilst I'm sure you're aware, I wanted to post for any newer woodworkers who come across this thread in the future.

    Be very careful when using pallet wood in a food-safe situation, and be sure to...
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    You can make a U shaped "frame". The two sides...

    You can make a U shaped "frame".

    The two sides are extremely short, just enough to attach your drawer slides to.

    You then make a flat shelf and affix the drawer side of the drawer slides.
    ...
  13. Spotify music streaming Storing and reading PDF...

    Spotify music streaming
    Storing and reading PDF versions of tool/equipment manuals
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    That's ridiculous. I would actually be tempted...

    That's ridiculous.

    I would actually be tempted (if I were you) to drop a note in to their head office.

    They are clearly not fit for purpose (one buys a brad point drill to drill, and moreover,...
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    They're fine - as a hint, use a PoE switch...

    They're fine - as a hint, use a PoE switch (assuming you're using that type of CCTV camera). And no need to segregate networks physically, VLANs will set you free! :)



    How is your Internet...
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    Yes - I'd be the first to admit it's taken way...

    Yes - I'd be the first to admit it's taken way longer, and more effort than I anticipated, but I'm satisfied in the knowledge that it's done, and won't need to be touched whilst my feet are still...
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    Exactly this. And if you need more devices down...

    Exactly this. And if you need more devices down there, you can install a switch, bond the 4 x CAT 6 together for a 4Gb/sec feed (!) and string more Ethernet from there. (This is what we're doing in...
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    A bit of an update - we've finished the outside...

    A bit of an update - we've finished the outside lining as far as we can, so decided to tidy up some of the cabling and get it up into the ducting we wanted to install, and off the floor:

    500596
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    SOLD: Just for clarity for all viewers on the forum,...

    Just for clarity for all viewers on the forum, "I'll take it".

    "It" being the Oregon timber for the workbench.
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    SOLD: PM sent with many thanks! :)

    PM sent with many thanks! :)
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    SOLD: Pending more details/a photo or two, I'd be all...

    Pending more details/a photo or two, I'd be all over this Oregon - but we're currently in Lockdown (Hunter region, expected to leave lockdown on 10 September - and yes, I know where Murrumbateman is,...
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    Good bench dogs aren't cheap, but are worth...

    Good bench dogs aren't cheap, but are worth buying.

    A few years ago, I bought some of the small, and large ones from Lee Valley - exactly these, in fact: Stainless-Steel Parf Dogs by Veritas - Lee...
  23. This ^^ Google "Table saw kickback", or better...

    This ^^

    Google "Table saw kickback", or better yet, go watch some live action on Youtube.



    And also this ^^
  24. You can get decent ones at a fair price. ...

    You can get decent ones at a fair price.

    Richmond casters: Industrial Wheels & Castors | Richmond Wheel & Castor Co

    Give them a ring, describe what you are looking for in terms of features and...
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    SOLD: Hi Ric, I'll take it - will send a PM to...

    Hi Ric,

    I'll take it - will send a PM to arrange details/payment etc :)

    Thanks!
  26. I started missing paper copies about a year ago -...

    I started missing paper copies about a year ago - actually during the first half of 2020.

    Personally, I put it down to Australia Post - it wasn't the only thing not turning up when and where it...
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    Hi Dave, Yes, you are correct. In my case, we...

    Hi Dave,

    Yes, you are correct. In my case, we are running a separate circuit for each power point. So, the cable begins by poking out the wall at waist level, going inside a 25mm conduit and...
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    Hi Dave, Well, actually - the reason was that...

    Hi Dave,

    Well, actually - the reason was that we had done all the framing, then looked at what was actually a really sorry looking floor (the previous owner had used it as a workshop for...
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    For what it's worth, whilst I have a rough...

    For what it's worth, whilst I have a rough machine layout, I am still putting in *plenty* of power points.

    Like you, I have a one-time chance to build this, and I want to get this as flexible as I...
  30. Poll: A.C.T. No - I don't think we ever found out who the...

    No - I don't think we ever found out who the first supplier was (i.e. the one with different timbers etc)?

    I know there was a guy on ebay that was mentioned, but I was kinda hanging out for the...
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    Common problem on a table project. One needs...

    Common problem on a table project.

    One needs to think about putting stretchers in between the legs? (i.e. pieces of material about half way along the height of each leg joining them together -...
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    N.S.W. Yeah, we'll send 'em down from Sydney. Free...

    Yeah, we'll send 'em down from Sydney.

    Free COVID with every removal >.>
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    SOLD: Thanks, I'll take this. Will send PM to...

    Thanks, I'll take this.

    Will send PM to arrange details :)
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    DONE: I'll take this. Will send you PM with address...

    I'll take this.

    Will send you PM with address details, and request your bank info etc.
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    OUTSIDE AUSTRALIA You'd have to knock something off that Woodpixel...

    You'd have to knock something off that Woodpixel - don't forget, this chap is in the USA so not only do you have extra shipping, you'll have to deal with the 110V to 240V stuff ;)
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    Every single bit of Incra kit I've ever bought...

    Every single bit of Incra kit I've ever bought has been perfect out of the box, save for one tiny ding caused by UPS shipping the long TS-LS rails from the factory in the US to here.

    All...
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    Because everyone would then buy the 700 and...

    Because everyone would then buy the 700 and adapter, not the 700 and 500? ;)
  38. And, given the date of 14th June in the original...

    And, given the date of 14th June in the original post, they've likely all gone.
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    First up, thank you for sharing the build and the...

    First up, thank you for sharing the build and the photos - very impressive work!

    In terms of the bedside units, looking at the awesome work you've done here, you won't come close to the quality of...
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    I recently upgraded the 27mm hose that I had for...

    I recently upgraded the 27mm hose that I had for pretty much all my Festool kit to a 36mm - I was finding the extraction on the Kapex and TS55 not so effective (it also turns out, full sawdust bags...
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    That is a very handy link, thank you for sharing!

    That is a very handy link, thank you for sharing!
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    N.S.W. Hi Groeneaj, If you're not in an immediate...

    Hi Groeneaj,

    If you're not in an immediate rush to physically move these on (i.e. happy to hold them for a week or so with payment in hand), I will take these.

    Will send you a PM to arrange -...
  43. These sorts of machines have cutters that can...

    These sorts of machines have cutters that can often be rotated, so if the edge of one of your cutters is damaged (and it isn't totally broken), it may just be a case of rotating the cutter. If you...
  44. The blade the SawStop comes with is a pretty...

    The blade the SawStop comes with is a pretty decent all-round blade, for sure. I would say it beats some of the cheaper offerings from the major box stores.

    However, if you get into various types...
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    Fastcap Fastedge:...

    Fastcap Fastedge: https://www.fastcap.com/product/fastedge-peel-and-stick-edgebanding

    Have a browse around, they have a "kit" or suite of tools to assist in the application and trimming. Many...
  46. The ETS 150/3 (or 150/5, depending on the size of...

    The ETS 150/3 (or 150/5, depending on the size of the stoke) is the BRUSHED version of the sander. I'm not sure if this is being made any longer, but it certainly did exist, and did have brushes as...
  47. It's interesting, because at the time of loading,...

    It's interesting, because at the time of loading, I see the descriptions on the Sydney Tools page as (in order):

    Festool ETS EC150/5 EQ-PLUS (575049) EC150/5 EQ-PLUS 400W 150mm (6") Random Orbital...
  48. SOLD: May I please have the Stanley 75? Would you be...

    May I please have the Stanley 75?

    Would you be able to figure postage to 2320, and let me know the total cost please?

    Thank you for making these available!
  49. I was actually wondering about that, but didn't...

    I was actually wondering about that, but didn't want to presume. Thanks for clearing that up! :)
  50. You may have missed a post back on Page 2:...

    You may have missed a post back on Page 2: https://www.woodworkforums.com/f70/resource-incra-wonderfence-generate-custom-joints-201158/2#post2023551

    Given that Evanism (the user) has the account...
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