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  1. https://www.woodworkforums.com/f40/lockdown-projec...

    https://www.woodworkforums.com/f40/lockdown-project-243306?highlight=grazing+boards

    That is a link to my thread of August last year. I finished up making about 12 for relatives to give as...
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    You beat me to it, Doug. I have just seen it in...

    You beat me to it, Doug. I have just seen it in my emails and was about to put it on here. :2tsup:
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    Forgot to watch last night but from the comments...

    Forgot to watch last night but from the comments above it seems that I did not miss much.
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    I switched it on about half way through. I will...

    I switched it on about half way through. I will reserve my opinion on it until I have seen a couple more episodes.
  5. :iagree: What Beardy said.

    :iagree: What Beardy said.
  6. Thread: Retirement.

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    How true. You do not get any public holidays...

    How true. You do not get any public holidays either. :D
  7. Thread: Retirement.

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    I fully retired 9 years ago after having worked...

    I fully retired 9 years ago after having worked part time for the previous 16 years. following the sale of my share in a business.
    I have not missed it and often wonder how I ever had time to go to...
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    CLAIMED Congrats to the winners and thanks to the donors....

    Congrats to the winners and thanks to the donors. :2tsup:
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    I have not used either of the timbers mentioned...

    I have not used either of the timbers mentioned above but have glued many panels of Jarrah and Blackwood with Titebond 3 after giving the edges of the boards a wipe over with acetone to be sure that...
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    That Jarrah certainly deserves something better...

    That Jarrah certainly deserves something better than a playground. :2tsup:
  11. Thread: Bandsaw blades

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    Plus one for McDivens in Williamstown.

    Plus one for McDivens in Williamstown.
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    Not in the Eastern suburbs but McDivens in...

    Not in the Eastern suburbs but McDivens in Williamstown make quality blades.
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    Likewise for me so I will have to stick with my...

    Likewise for me so I will have to stick with my Sawstop. :U
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    Andrew Potocnik gives lessons - he is in the...

    Andrew Potocnik gives lessons - he is in the Macleod/Eltham area. Many years ago, I did a six week course with him at CAE in the city.
    I think Timbecon would have his contact details if you can't...
  15. Thread: Zoom?

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    Just bought new laptops with Windows 11 and used...

    Just bought new laptops with Windows 11 and used Zoom successfully last Sunday. SWMBO had a Windows 10 and it worked on that until the laptop had a hissy fit.
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    Has a nice clean uncluttered look and easy to...

    Has a nice clean uncluttered look and easy to navigate. :2tsup:
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    Have a look for Timberzoo. They are on the...

    Have a look for Timberzoo. They are on the Portarlington Rd. It is many years since I have been there so don't know what they have currently.

    Treecycle beat me to it by a minute
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    There were horse drawn trams in Melbourne also. ...

    There were horse drawn trams in Melbourne also.
    Google "Horse drawn trams in Melbourne" to bring up some links.
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    Well done. There are no such things as faults or...

    Well done. There are no such things as faults or flaws, they are design modifications. :D
  20. Thread: Good time girl

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    You are a bit old for that sort of thing, Alan. ...

    You are a bit old for that sort of thing, Alan. :D
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    Circumference of a circle is Diameter x Pi...

    Circumference of a circle is Diameter x Pi (3.14). Therefore your circumference is 6 x3.14 which is just under 19 metres. At 1200mm each pallet, I reckon you will need 16 pallets to surround the...
  22. THANK YOU We have just returned from our local service. ...

    We have just returned from our local service. They invite and involve the local schools to the service which is great. The secondary schools take it in turns to do the readings for Anzac Day and...
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    CLAIMED I'm in

    I'm in
  24. Thread: Spotted gum

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    I noticed some on Timber Revival website the...

    I noticed some on Timber Revival website the other day when searching for some Blackwood.
    They are in Braybrook
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    SOLD: Ditto. Have thought seriously about it.

    Ditto. Have thought seriously about it.
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    We don't need him as we already have Google...

    We don't need him as we already have Google knowing all about us and our habits.
  27. He is a new member so will have to wait for admin...

    He is a new member so will have to wait for admin OK for photos
  28. Thread: working height

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    You should know that the junk expands to fit the...

    You should know that the junk expands to fit the space available. :D
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    Sacrilege. :(

    Sacrilege. :(
  30. Thread: Pun

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    In more ways than one for some of us. :D

    In more ways than one for some of us. :D
  31. Thread: Pun

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    Some well measured responses there

    Some well measured responses there
  32. I have used Tuscan Toppings (13mm size) which...

    I have used Tuscan Toppings (13mm size) which settled nicely with the car running over it. It was suggested to me to throw a light dusting of cement over it and water in. I did not bother but it...
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    Same here.

    Same here.
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    If you are anywhere in the Northern suburbs try...

    If you are anywhere in the Northern suburbs try Northern Sharpening in Trade Place Nth Coburg. I expect that they will still be open as they provide for butchers.

    They would be able to, at least,...
  35. Thread: wood ID

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    I would go with Oregan also.

    I would go with Oregan also.
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    The Tram museum in Melbourne is in the old...

    The Tram museum in Melbourne is in the old Hawthorn tram depot at the Southern end of Glenferrie Rd. Melbourne Tram Museum

    There is also the Tram Preservation Society at Bylands near Wallan. It...
  37. Plus 1 for this idea. Aurion or Logier. Not...

    Plus 1 for this idea. Aurion or Logier. Not cheap but great to use.
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    Scotty took a packet to Biden - shown on TV this...

    Scotty took a packet to Biden - shown on TV this morning
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    Not much help but I agree with John's thoughts.

    Not much help but I agree with John's thoughts.
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    Their name will be "Tool Kit Depot" according to...

    Their name will be "Tool Kit Depot" according to a recent press article.
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    A sign of a shrewd teacher making the kid feel...

    A sign of a shrewd teacher making the kid feel important.
  42. Thread: Square cuts

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    [QUOTE=Treecycle;2254761]This...

    [QUOTE=Treecycle;2254761]This vid should get you the info you require. Just use the units that you feel comfortable with, you don't have to use feet as in the video. Going by the dimensions of your...
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    I have had graduates or multi-focal glasses for...

    I have had graduates or multi-focal glasses for some years now.
    One pair played up and it turned out to be that the "imaginary line" that is between the different strengths was not in the correct...
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    :iagree: Any damaged or rusty screws go...

    :iagree:

    Any damaged or rusty screws go straight out.
    Invariably, you never have the right sized screw so finish up buying more anyway.
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    A small piece of corkboard or canite is useful...

    A small piece of corkboard or canite is useful also for pinning notes up
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    Looks like they have a spelling problem also.

    Looks like they have a spelling problem also.
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    A Small Lockdown Project

    Last week, I finished these two cheese/grazing/charcuterie boards from some red gum fence posts.
    The larger, slightly lighter coloured one is from an off-cut of a new post which I have had for a...
  48. Thread: Dog Day

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    It is International Dog Day at our place every...

    It is International Dog Day at our place every day. We are in danger of being reported to the RSPKA (Society for Prevention of Kindness to Animals)
    Our Jack Russell mix, Dexter, a rescue dog from...
  49. Thread: DomAU in AWR

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    DomAU in AWR

    The current issue of Australian Wood Review which arrived today has an article by Dom and his ambition.
    Follow your dream Dom, as having seen your work, I am sure you will be successful. :2tsup:
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    Yes, John I am old enough to remember a Dixie ice...

    Yes, John I am old enough to remember a Dixie ice cream - also wafers. :2tsup:
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