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    Ahhh right! Number 78 Plane Type Study - WS...

    Ahhh right!

    Number 78 Plane Type Study - WS Tools Birmingham

    Damn I'll have to keep my eye out for WS planes. I quite like the blue with the brass lever caps.
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    N.S.W. Done and all paid for!

    Done and all paid for!
  3. Will do thanks!

    Will do thanks!
  4. Any word on the 100mm BMH? I'd like to grab 4 of...

    Any word on the 100mm BMH? I'd like to grab 4 of those and 3 x 150mm.
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    Great thread. I've been hand tools only for the...

    Great thread. I've been hand tools only for the last few months so have been getting acquainted with my planes most days, currently working with some Red Oak for a saw till build.

    For the most...
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    N.S.W. I'll take the tool roll for $50.

    I'll take the tool roll for $50.
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    Yeah I wondered the same when I was buying mine,...

    Yeah I wondered the same when I was buying mine, did a bit of research but most people seemed to indicate they were comparable quality wise.
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    I bought one of the Auriou double sided rasps a...

    I bought one of the Auriou double sided rasps a while back to see the difference, was blown away. Need to get some more when the budget allows!
  9. Trick of the eye? Looks a lot less cambered than...

    Trick of the eye? Looks a lot less cambered than my Veritas scrub blade.

    https://i.imgur.com/JptkNb9.jpg
  10. Quick update - I remounted the jig and having a...

    Quick update - I remounted the jig and having a much better time with things. Still find it a bit finicky at times but its providing an acceptable result for primary bevels.

    Actually realised a...
  11. A thousand times yes [emoji108]

    A thousand times yes [emoji108]
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    Hrmm I'll have to take a look next time I'm in...

    Hrmm I'll have to take a look next time I'm in the shop, I don't recall seeing those!
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    I'm not sure if mine has the jointing feature, ...

    I'm not sure if mine has the jointing feature, got a link?
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    Yeah I've got one, they're good value for the...

    Yeah I've got one, they're good value for the price. Built a small cabinet for it to stand on (I have the bench top stand) and added the superflat fence and microadjust. Very happy with the purchase.
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    N.S.W. I've got one of these with a 2hp motor and a...

    I've got one of these with a 2hp motor and a helical head and couldn't be happier, it will never leave my shop. Great machine for the price!
  16. I think it's pretty accurate but only applies to...

    I think it's pretty accurate but only applies to US planes IIRC.

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    Imported my Mirka Deros earlier this year and was...

    Imported my Mirka Deros earlier this year and was very happy with my purchase as well. Super low vibrations and very low profile make it very comfortable to use with no fatigue that I've noticed.
    ...
  18. Oooh thanks for the heads up, been meaning to buy...

    Oooh thanks for the heads up, been meaning to buy a pair of the pliers for years but keep forgetting. Grabbed a set off eBay while they're still available, used them a few years back and was amazed...
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    Thanks @woodPixel, wondered how they were made! ...

    Thanks @woodPixel, wondered how they were made!

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    WANTED:QLD. Yeah I paid $262 for my Veritas scrub from...

    Yeah I paid $262 for my Veritas scrub from Carbatec a few months back, was blown away for the price.

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    Have wound up using a combo which works pretty...

    Have wound up using a combo which works pretty well now. Camelia oil for my blades and hardware and then I oil the soles and sides and wax them with Ubeaut trad wax. I think my problem in the past...
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    Beautiful work mate! What's up next?

    Beautiful work mate! What's up next?
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    Best reference I could find was actually from...

    Best reference I could find was actually from here!

    https://www.woodworkforums.com/f11/pipe-clamp-compilation-134748
  24. Thanks all! I'll make sure the heart is...

    Thanks all! I'll make sure the heart is alternating and have just remembered me and dad made some panel clamps a couple of years back which are perfect for this job. Just need to remember where they...
  25. Panel warped after glue up - need tips for round 2

    So I'm building my saw till out of some red oak but think I did my clamps too tight a created a bow in the panel. It wasn't too bad on the first night but over the last couple of days it got...
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    Thanks everyone! Remembered Di Candilo aren't far...

    Thanks everyone! Remembered Di Candilo aren't far from me, gave them a call and the prices were very reasonable. Got 8 x 1500mm lengths and 6 x 2000mm lengths cut for $189. Picking up tomorrow. Will...
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    3/4" pipe for pipe clamps in Perth

    Been trying to get these for a few months now but Timbecon and Carbatec are always out of stock. Checked Bunnings and a place called Hose-Mania this morning because they had it listed on their site...
  28. There are disruptions but it's far from...

    There are disruptions but it's far from impossible. My Amazon orders from the US are only taking about a week long than usual. Just had some more Bessey clamps arrive this morning.
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    Awesome work, always wanted a chisel mortiser....

    Awesome work, always wanted a chisel mortiser. Just need to find one the right size!
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    Just got the email too, will be nice to have...

    Just got the email too, will be nice to have their stuff in Perth again!
  31. WANTED:WA Looking to get it second hand thanks.

    Looking to get it second hand thanks.
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    IIRC he only does the back of the blade on his...

    IIRC he only does the back of the blade on his 16000 grit stone, he just does it to knock the burr off after sharpening the bevel. Just watched his sharpening 2020 video yesterday where he covers his...
  33. Someone say Silex? ...

    Someone say Silex?

    https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20200520/2d6ded7aca0c1c2d50196ba3c1057f5d.jpghttps://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20200520/23924f5fc29458374fa9d02786a1f7b0.jpg

    Got this in a...
  34. I don't think you did the maths here mate. Even...

    I don't think you did the maths here mate. Even if all 4 squares are included in the price you'd still struggle to hit $100.
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    Robert Wearing covers oil pads in "The Essential...

    Robert Wearing covers oil pads in "The Essential Woodworker", been reading it the last week or so.

    Top left is the illustration and the last paragraph before the heading is the instructions to...
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    Yeah I just use cheap candles. Need to be careful...

    Yeah I just use cheap candles. Need to be careful not to overdo it with the bigger planes, learned the the other day when my #7 nearly shot out of my hands. Had been planing Jarrah and got used to...
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    Yeah my Lie Nielsen's seem to be the worst of the...

    Yeah my Lie Nielsen's seem to be the worst of the bunch followed by Veritas and then my old Stanleys. I would guess the patina built up from years of handling would mitigate rust somewhat in the...
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    I think that happened a long time ago. Seems like...

    I think that happened a long time ago. Seems like most tradies are using either Makita or Milwaukee these days. The latter have exploded in popularity over the more common names.
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    Heard good things about The Essential Woodworker...

    Heard good things about The Essential Woodworker by Robert Wearing, with his passing not that long ago I decided to pick it up.
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    Eeexcellent thanks Derek I'll look into...

    Eeexcellent thanks Derek I'll look into Renaissance wax! I'll keep the G15 to the machinery, I need something to keep the Harvey looking shiny. Hoping to get it on its mobile base and dialled in this...
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    Thanks mate!

    Thanks mate!
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    Ahhh right thanks Bohdan, if they don't have...

    Ahhh right thanks Bohdan, if they don't have stock I won't bother.

    I wound up getting so Ubeaut Traditional Wax and some Camellia oil. Will try and track down some G15 at Carbatec and do a rust...
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    Haha just tried to buy some and can only purchase...

    Haha just tried to buy some and can only purchase in multiples of 12 [emoji2955]

    Perth Group Buy? Says it will take 19 days for collection, I can order them if I can move the extra 9 cans.
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    G15 hey. They had some at Carbatec last time I...

    G15 hey. They had some at Carbatec last time I was there but thought the price seemed a bit absurd. Guess I'll give it a go!

    I've actually had Johnsons paste wax recommended a few times but I...
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    Been having this problem a lot more lately, been...

    Been having this problem a lot more lately, been using 3 in 1 for years but it dries out eventually and tends to rub off easily so not useful for tools in use. And I have super corrosive sweat...
  46. Thanks everyone! Lots to ponder, lots to practice.

    Thanks everyone! Lots to ponder, lots to practice.
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    Yep I've been sketching a fair bit more since...

    Yep I've been sketching a fair bit more since reading Mike Pekovich's book 'The How and Why of Woodworking'.

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  48. Was speaking with Lie Nielsen Aus and even their...

    Was speaking with Lie Nielsen Aus and even their stock fulfillments are MIA. They said they're actually considering having another shipment of some stuff sent again with another carrier.
  49. Thanks for the rundown Graeme! Love the *pray...

    Thanks for the rundown Graeme! Love the *pray like hell* step haha

    I watched this video a few times yesterday trying to get my head around the angles, it's kind of coming together in my head.

    I...
  50. Thread: Moxon build

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    Looking good mate! The Mcjing set is great value,...

    Looking good mate! The Mcjing set is great value, so happy with my moxon.
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