Search:

Type: Posts; User: Handyjack

Page 1 of 46 1 2 3 4

Search: Search took 0.21 seconds.

  1. Replies
    657
    Views
    43,709

    Well Done!

    An outstanding build :2tsup: by a master craftsman. Starting at ground level with sleepers and rails, there is not only a well detailed engine (and tender) but a carriage as well.
    The speed of the...
  2. Thread: Locomotive

    by Handyjack
    Replies
    13
    Views
    1,191

    It has come up a treat. You have the essentials...

    It has come up a treat. You have the essentials on the backhead (in the cab), the (water) gauge glass and pressure gauge.
  3. Well done Handy and Crowie. Hope the fund raiser...

    Well done Handy and Crowie.
    Hope the fund raiser is a success.
  4. Replies
    32
    Views
    1,866

    I would rather have the ads than paying to...

    I would rather have the ads than paying to subscribe.

    If there was a subscription it would be harder to attract new members.
  5. Replies
    4
    Views
    732

    QUEENSLAND While you may consider your price good, I can get...

    While you may consider your price good, I can get a new Kreg plate and set of rings from Carbatec for $ 164. Ok I would still need to pay postage or pick up.

    What size is your plate, width x depth...
  6. Thread: Cows

    by Handyjack
    Replies
    35
    Views
    2,198

    What do you call a cow with no legs? Does not...

    What do you call a cow with no legs?

    Does not matter. They are not going to come to you.
  7. Replies
    17
    Views
    965

    Love the build. I wonder how many cows you will...

    Love the build.
    I wonder how many cows you will catch with your cow catcher? :?
    The wheel guides are called flanges.
  8. Replies
    8
    Views
    861

    Thank you Lappa. I had an extra part in the box...

    Thank you Lappa. I had an extra part in the box of a recently purchased second hand router. Now I know which make and model it is for.
    Tonyz please contact me.
  9. Replies
    12
    Views
    830

    I have a Makita 18v DJR186. Does the job but it...

    I have a Makita 18v DJR186. Does the job but it will drain the battery. (Two 3Ah batteries in about 90 minutes of stop start cutting.)
    I Have used it for demolishing a pergola, trimming/cutting down...
  10. Replies
    10
    Views
    599

    Like you said, once you are in a platform of...

    Like you said, once you are in a platform of battery and charger, you are more likely to buy that make for other tools.
  11. ...And last year. I wonder if they will have...

    ...And last year.
    I wonder if they will have stock of what I want though?
  12. Thread: Guide Bushes

    by Handyjack
    Replies
    7
    Views
    815

    Also available locally....

    Also available locally. https://www.idealtools.com.au/product/festool-of-1400-guide-bushing-adaptor-by-festool/
  13. Replies
    24
    Views
    3,164

    Without knowing how you are fully doing your...

    Without knowing how you are fully doing your mortise, I always think of it as waste removal. I would think what is the quickest and easiest way to remove the bulk of the waste before picking up a...
  14. I noticed that as well. The venue, Building 4 is...

    I noticed that as well. The venue, Building 4 is diagonally opposite gates 5 & 7, at the other side of the Showgrounds.
    I think what he was trying to say (but not clearly) was entry from the car...
  15. Replies
    5
    Views
    575

    Is it possible that it works the same way as a...

    Is it possible that it works the same way as a double hung sash window, only using the mechanism for the bottom sash?
  16. Replies
    11
    Views
    929

    N.S.W. I guess then the Systainer is the old style with...

    I guess then the Systainer is the old style with clips rather than the current T Loc.

    I have recently purchased this model second hand and after buying replacement parts for those damaged or...
  17. When using sandpaper, start at the lowest number...

    When using sandpaper, start at the lowest number and work through to the higher number.
    Whether you start at 120 or 180 will depend on the condition at start, the desired finish and also your...
  18. If you include a link, forum users will be able...

    If you include a link, forum users will be able to see the listing easily.
  19. Thread: Locomotive

    by Handyjack
    Replies
    13
    Views
    1,191

    Nice looking turn of the century 4-6-0 tender...

    Nice looking turn of the century 4-6-0 tender engine.
    4-6-0 in 'Whyte notation' Whyte notation - Wikipedia indicates 4 pilot wheels, 6 driving wheels and 0 trailing wheels (under the firebox & cab)....
  20. Replies
    9
    Views
    891

    I see there is no vacuum cleaner / dust extractor...

    I see there is no vacuum cleaner / dust extractor listed so you must be keeping some of the good gear to keep using.
  21. Replies
    9
    Views
    891

    Please send the window cleaner to me. My windows...

    Please send the window cleaner to me. My windows need cleaning and I am too busy to do it my self. Hope they are not afraid of heights or are able to reach high up with tools from ground.
  22. Thread: Locomotive

    by Handyjack
    Replies
    13
    Views
    1,191

    It does not matter where you start, but that you...

    It does not matter where you start, but that you get to your destination.

    I see the engine is a ?-6-?, my guess is a 4-6-0.

    Look forward to more of the build.
  23. Interesting project. While I am not directly...

    Interesting project.
    While I am not directly involved, I have been watching parts of the Great Melbourne Telescope being rebuilt. Great Melbourne Telescope - Wikipedia A large part of the lattice...
  24. Only one image of a Systainer. You could at least...

    Only one image of a Systainer. You could at least show the contents in the Systainer.

    I would give it a miss unless able to see the item in person.
  25. Replies
    10
    Views
    1,885

    Not sure about your individual situation, nor...

    Not sure about your individual situation, nor that of BobL or taz01, but I would start drilling perpendicular to the surface (in the case of a wall - horizontal), then adjust the drill to the desired...
  26. Replies
    657
    Views
    43,709

    What? Your not travelling behind one of the...

    What? Your not travelling behind one of the excellent locomotives you have built, nor in your first class compartment. At least you are "working on the sleepers". I guess this means you and Cathie...
  27. Thread: Donald Trump

    by Handyjack
    Replies
    6
    Views
    2,371

    If I was to say it, I would loose Forum rights.

    If I was to say it, I would loose Forum rights.
  28. Replies
    10
    Views
    1,764

    Too tempting to resist. Price was reduced to...

    Too tempting to resist. Price was reduced to about 1/2 new price and under $50 to ship from Perth to Melbourne.
  29. Replies
    106
    Views
    9,841

    Started a new thread about 2000hrs on 17 June,...

    Started a new thread about 2000hrs on 17 June, 2019. Seams to have disappeared without a trace.
    Thread was in Woodworking Forums - General.
  30. Replies
    10
    Views
    1,764

    Here is a second hand OF1400...

    Here is a second hand OF1400 https://www.cashconverters.com.au/shop/tools-motor-hardware/power-tools-industrial/routers/plunge-router/000400226185 Could be worth it depending on shipping cost.
    If...
  31. Replies
    657
    Views
    43,709

    Sorry to hear you have been laid up but good to...

    Sorry to hear you have been laid up but good to hear "you are back on the rails".

    Looking good and John just adds that bit to it. You could always add a "Sam" to the jump seat, but he might loose...
  32. Here are a couple of products to assist with...

    Here are a couple of products to assist with aligning track saw rails. https://betterleytools.com/products/straight-line-connector-for-aligning-track-saw-rails.html or...
  33. Replies
    8
    Views
    1,029

    To reduce the dust problem I spent a few dollars...

    To reduce the dust problem I spent a few dollars to get a dedicated vacuum cleaner / dust extractor to connect up to my plunge saw, router, sander and planer. Also have an adapter for the impact...
  34. What a fine job Handy and you have done. Lots of...

    What a fine job Handy and you have done. Lots of pick ups with this one.

    I thought it came out of the Peterbilt factory, rather than the Ford workshop.
  35. Replies
    17
    Views
    9,131

    Fit Liberals - Tony Abbot as mentioned above....

    Fit Liberals - Tony Abbot as mentioned above. John Howard on his daily walks.
    Unfit pollies or want to be's - Clive Palmer. (If successful he may require more than one seat.)

    I work in a medical...
  36. In my case I went looking for a screw. Used a...

    In my case I went looking for a screw. Used a dremel with sand drum and all I found was the old red primer and then bare wood. Just a good fit.
  37. Replies
    657
    Views
    43,709

    Could Rocket pull 10 carriages? Not sure. Light...

    Could Rocket pull 10 carriages? Not sure. Light traction unit, with only a single driven axle; but the tare weight of the load would also be fairly light. It was designed to pull about 13 1/2 tons...
  38. I have just had a similar experience replacing...

    I have just had a similar experience replacing sash cords.
    In your case I would do as Beardy suggest, use a multi tool to cut the nails.
    In my case I had no fasteners, but the covers were a good...
  39. Replies
    9
    Views
    1,643

    For a few years I had a casual job cutting shapes...

    For a few years I had a casual job cutting shapes (for souvenirs) out of 3 and 6 mm MDF. Just had a vacuum cleaner to help with dust control but it kept the line clear. Wore dust mask and safety...
  40. Replies
    657
    Views
    43,709

    "I tried to get some Modeller's Ply but no luck....

    "I tried to get some Modeller's Ply but no luck. Went to Bunnings and they can get a special order of 2.7mm ply BUT minimum order quantity was 5 sheets. I would need to be making another 10 carriages...
  41. Replies
    9
    Views
    1,649

    FREE: VIC :(:sad2::weeping: Sorry no longer in one piece.

    :(:sad2::weeping: Sorry no longer in one piece.
  42. Replies
    657
    Views
    43,709

    Coming along nicely. With the roof, if using...

    Coming along nicely.
    With the roof, if using MDF, rather than steaming try cutting notches the length of the roof about 2/3 the thickness and see if you can get the curve. You will have some notches...
  43. Replies
    96
    Views
    14,561

    It is amazing what people pick up from hard...

    It is amazing what people pick up from hard rubbish collection. i have had the following picked up before the "official" collection.
    Arm chair, foot stool, lamp (cord cut), four loud speakers,...
  44. Replies
    118
    Views
    170,217

    You might find that there is something running in...

    You might find that there is something running in the background. If I have location turned on, my Samsung J8 will use more battery than when it is off, which is most of the time.
    Not sure if you...
  45. Replies
    118
    Views
    170,217

    You might find that there is something running in...

    You might find that there is something running in the background. If I have location turned on, my Samsung J8 will use more battery than when it is off, which is most of the time.
    Not sure if you...
  46. Replies
    10
    Views
    1,489

    If they are long enough, for extra strength try...

    If they are long enough, for extra strength try skew nailing.
  47. Replies
    9
    Views
    2,000

    Yet Another Scam

    This evening about 6 o'clock, I had a call from a "Les" claiming to be from a company called "Energy Expert" to say I had an amount outstanding on my electricity account and I risked disconnection....
  48. Replies
    2
    Views
    1,234

    QUEENSLAND If you remove the blade from the saw, and the...

    If you remove the blade from the saw, and the tensioner from the top it will come apart. As it is the guides are around the wrong way.
    I use the hand mitre saw when I am cutting aluminum sides for...
  49. If you have a router, what about slot cutting...

    If you have a router, what about slot cutting bits. CARB-I-TOOL - Router Bit and Accessories Catalogue - NOVEMBER 2015
  50. Thread: cooking

    by Handyjack
    Replies
    9
    Views
    1,515

    No wonder it is not cooked. That's only 60...

    No wonder it is not cooked.
    That's only 60 degrees. In my non metric oven though it would be 140. :?
Results 1 to 50 of 2257
Page 1 of 46 1 2 3 4