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    Well that will help sales:roll:

    Well that will help sales:roll:
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    Welcome to the forum. The more questions the...

    Welcome to the forum. The more questions the better as it keeps the forum alive. Don't forget to post some photos of your projects too when you get to complete them.
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    Agree with Old Hilly, size is not an issue as you...

    Agree with Old Hilly, size is not an issue as you fill it once and that should be it. Best to have one that cuts out when system pressure (not pot pressure) is reached so it can be left turned on and...
  4. Maybe you should cancel your order and reorder as...

    Maybe you should cancel your order and reorder as they're on special now even before they arrive.
    I agree with Lappa on the 20mm blade. A normal wide blade is made from quite thick material and will...
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    Yes I agree with the convenience of that knob and...

    Yes I agree with the convenience of that knob and the fine adjustment associated with it and wondered why none of the known brands hadn't built that into their designs. You can still free plunge like...
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    I just looked back through their Instagram posts...

    I just looked back through their Instagram posts and see that Steve passed away about 6 months ago. Such a shame and he was only 44 years old.
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    Good for filling small cracks or holes in timber...

    Good for filling small cracks or holes in timber either as a contrast or blending in, especially pens. I have traditionally used normal CA and coffee grinds or Ebony dust to do this but recently...
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    Not sure how long Steve's Woodcraft have been...

    Not sure how long Steve's Woodcraft have been around but they certainly have a good array of pen kits at reasonable prices. I only came across them when I was looking for some black CA.
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    240v?

    240v?
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    I would certainly consider any of them that has...

    I would certainly consider any of them that has the helical head. This takes away the need to adjust blades when changing or sharpening them. If any of them have the spiral helical head that is even...
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    Nice simple design and great for giving away at...

    Nice simple design and great for giving away at Christmas as they shouldn't take too long to complete. Nice work.
    How do the carriages link together?
  12. Thread: Good news

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    Thanks for that info Paul, great information. It...

    Thanks for that info Paul, great information. It always amazes me how much they charge for shipping from the US. I recently brought a sander in a systainer from Axminster in the UK and they only...
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    I use the Ubeaut Traditional Wax on my surfaces...

    I use the Ubeaut Traditional Wax on my surfaces too as it protects against rust in the short term and is very slippery when passing your timber over it. I also cover my cast iron tables with...
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    Considering it's a 1/2" capacity the 1/4hp motor...

    Considering it's a 1/2" capacity the 1/4hp motor does seem small but would probably be okay if only using the larger drills in wood. It does have the depth stop missing which is something I tend to...
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    If you can't sort out the photo upload maybe you...

    If you can't sort out the photo upload maybe you could insert a link to your Instagram post as it looks great there.
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    Will we get to see it?:C

    Will we get to see it?:C
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    Great ingenuity and a very nice result.

    Great ingenuity and a very nice result.
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    Apologise for my poor spelling and now can't edit...

    Apologise for my poor spelling and now can't edit but it should have read "top shelf hinges".
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    Good news

    This might be of interest to some who like their to shelf hinges. That's if you aren't already on his mailing list.
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    Hopefully he will see this as he was on a couple...

    Hopefully he will see this as he was on a couple of days ago so still active. If he doesn't you can always send him a PM.
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    Looks good to me too. Great work.

    Looks good to me too. Great work.
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    Welcome to the forum Vossy. Very handy to have...

    Welcome to the forum Vossy. Very handy to have some "hand me down" tools and you will appreciate them more when you have done the work on the resto. Hopefully your other machines were also made in...
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    Here's a visual explanation
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    That's good news. Now you just need to get the...

    That's good news. Now you just need to get the collet locked back into the nut and you won't have the problem again:U
  25. Has there been any update on this fix Caroline?

    Has there been any update on this fix Caroline?
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    While in this position you could try rotating the...

    While in this position you could try rotating the router body with the lock engaged and pulling away from the bit at the same time. This twisting action may cause the bit to rotate in the collet and...
  27. Thread: Storage shed

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    You should notice a big difference by halving the...

    You should notice a big difference by halving the spacing you originally had.
  28. Thread: Just say no

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    I think we've all been down that path when we...

    I think we've all been down that path when we started. Just can't get enough pens as you get instant fulfilment because it doesn't take long before you get a finished product in your hand.
    A nice...
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    Timberbits (http://www.timberbits.com/) has a 15%...

    Timberbits has a 15% off sale on at the moment so check their prices against what you have already found. Carroll's will open again on Tuesday too.
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    It will only reduce the air velocity, not the...

    It will only reduce the air velocity, not the pressure. A bigger hose will block less often when drawing large shavings and chunks of wood through it.
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    It might be worth spraying some sort of lubricant around the guide shafts and letting it soak down into the bronze bushes. You say it has been stored away for some time and the surfaces between the...
  32. Thread: Storage shed

    by Treecycle
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    I'm always looking at ways to claim extra space...

    I'm always looking at ways to claim extra space in my shed so I can see exactly where you are coming from. Sometimes it's only small changes that seem to make a big difference especially when your...
  33. Thread: Jet jwp12

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    I doubt you will be able to get any spares...

    I doubt you will be able to get any spares locally. Here are a couple of places that sell online.
    ereplacement parts
    ToolParts Direct This site is a bit strange to access but does work.
    Carbatec...
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    Don't worry, we all get caught occasionally. See...

    Don't worry, we all get caught occasionally. See a thread with an enticing title, reply and then realise it's a thread that someone has dug up from several years ago. This one was easy for me to pick...
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    The pictures were there in 2012 when the thread...

    The pictures were there in 2012 when the thread was first started but have disappeared since.
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    Maybe not
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    I had the same problem with my MOF001 some years...

    I had the same problem with my MOF001 some years ago. I discarded it to the tool cupboard for a number of years thinking it wasn't worth the effort after reading some reports from people who had...
  38. Thread: Diablo gone

    by Treecycle
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    Yes it appears that it's only the router bits...

    Yes it appears that it's only the router bits that have been dropped, but all the sandpaper and blades are still in all stores. In some stores they are also listing Craftmaster router bits which I...
  39. Thread: Drinks table

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    That's come up really nice and given that...

    That's come up really nice and given that beautiful old timber a new lease of life.
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    I find that time delay amazing. A few weeks ago I...

    I find that time delay amazing. A few weeks ago I ordered an item from Axminster in England and it arrived on my doorstep 6 days later.
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    That looks like the same fence as mine which is...

    That looks like the same fence as mine which is fully adjustable to align with the table and blade. Just as you have the grubscrews in the top of the angle to adjust the fence for vertical, there are...
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    Not sure how you first 2 guys are seeing the...

    Not sure how you first 2 guys are seeing the photos as I'm like Russ and get an error message.:C
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    The worm is only used for the fine adjustment so...

    The worm is only used for the fine adjustment so it doesn't leave you without a router totally.
    I am just wondering if users who have stripped worm gears are trying to adjust with the fine adjuster...
  44. Thread: Diablo gone

    by Treecycle
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    Diablo gone

    I was in Bunnings today in the tool section and looked at the corner where the router bits are displayed and noticed that there were no Diablo bits there. They have been removed and the area is being...
  45. Thread: First Pen

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    That's a nice looking pen. The fit of the wood to...

    That's a nice looking pen. The fit of the wood to the metal parts and the finish look spot on.
  46. Both are pretty easy once you've done it long...

    Both are pretty easy once you've done it long enough but I do prefer metric for any measuring.
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    I believe there is a pivot bolt or pin missing...

    I believe there is a pivot bolt or pin missing from the hole on the RH side of the other visible bolt. I would think if you find a bolt that screws into the thread behind that hole and fit it loosely...
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    You've certainly been busy but I think you should...

    You've certainly been busy but I think you should call the Police as someone has stolen one of your utes:C Great work on all of them.
  49. Our club brought one of these...

    Our club brought one of these lathes to use for demonstrations in public places because we wanted something that was easy to transport. It is very light and handles small diameter items quite easily...
  50. Thread: Pressure pot

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    Mine is not a Supercheap unit but I think they...

    Mine is not a Supercheap unit but I think they are all pretty generic. I assume you are looking at putting the elbow inside so the air doesn't go straight down and displace any of the resin. On my...
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