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    Sticky: Predator

    Predator
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    A bit risky running quality timber through a new...

    A bit risky running quality timber through a new set up. And as Bob has already said, an expensive way of drying timber. Rushing the drying process usually gives problems.
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    Good John. Still cleaning up after the fires....

    Good John. Still cleaning up after the fires. Will start sawing in the next couple of weeks. Plenty of charred logs about at the moment.
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    Sticky: Moses.

    Moses.
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    If the trap is legal and the cat injures itself...

    If the trap is legal and the cat injures itself how can you be done for animal cruelty?
  6. Gees, I thought a knife was a given.

    Gees, I thought a knife was a given.
  7. Thread: 2 panel door

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    Depends on the type of door. Is it solid timber,...

    Depends on the type of door. Is it solid timber, mortise and tenon or dowelled? Is it a pressed panel door?
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    Now there is a word I have not heard for many...

    Now there is a word I have not heard for many years - Chatoyance. That special glow, like a red hot coal. Beautiful.
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    Sticky: Dry rot.

    Dry rot.
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    You can never get too much entertainment from an...

    You can never get too much entertainment from an entertainment unit.
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    Sticky: French

    French
  12. Saws without guards - My pet hate.

    Saws without guards - My pet hate.
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    Chris, I've done quite a few of these over the...

    Chris, I've done quite a few of these over the years, both face mounted to walls and also built in. For the latter I would suggest creating an opening in the frame and slipping the cabinets in. Much...
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    What we need is the Government to put together a...

    What we need is the Government to put together a crack team and stop just wiping the mess to the side.
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    Can you do 100kg against Letter of Credit?

    Can you do 100kg against Letter of Credit?
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    Cedar prices are extremely variable. Premiums are...

    Cedar prices are extremely variable. Premiums are paid for wide boards, large sections, colour and grain.
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    There are glues that will bond to melamine but in...

    There are glues that will bond to melamine but in the general run of kitchen cupboard manufacture glue is still not used. Normal method of construction is to tack nail components with nail gun and...
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    Sticky: Fizzy Fuzzies.

    Fizzy Fuzzies.
  19. Thread: Custody

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    They can't keep them in too long or the poor...

    They can't keep them in too long or the poor darlings will start having withdrawal symptoms.
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    Well that's set a new standard for Rocky.

    Well that's set a new standard for Rocky.
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    Sticky: Muscle.

    Muscle.
  22. Thread: Custody

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    The inference being that the man considers his...

    The inference being that the man considers his wife to be in no way superior to a coke machine. She should have gone him for defamation. No wonder she wants a divorce.
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    Sticky: Roller.

    Roller.
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    Sticky: Sikh.

    Sikh.
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    Sticky: One flash and you're ash.

    One flash and you're ash.
  26. N.S.W. Australian Rosewood also known as Rose Mahogany...

    Australian Rosewood also known as Rose Mahogany (Dysoxylum Fraserianum) Grows in northern NSW and Queensland. Bloody big trees when mature.
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    Sticky: Scout.

    Scout.
  28. My greatest concern is the forthcoming inquiry....

    My greatest concern is the forthcoming inquiry. Closed to the public. Well that rings an alarm bell. If we are going to lock up millions of acres in one of the most fire ravaged countries in the...
  29. I don't care if he's Jesus Christ, he still needs...

    I don't care if he's Jesus Christ, he still needs his butt kicked. Individually or collectively. These idiots have been able to get away with BS for years.
    Almost all our bush fires start in...
  30. It doesn't take money to put out one lightning...

    It doesn't take money to put out one lightning strike. It takes a fortune to correct what has happened through their negligence. I'm not even remotely interested in excuses. Some d*#k head needs his...
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    Acetone is definitely the go. Apply to the edges...

    Acetone is definitely the go. Apply to the edges just prior to glueing, with enough time for the acetone to evaporate before applying the glue.
    Epoxy glue will give the best bond if you feel the top...
  32. Gospers Mtn. One bloody lightning strike and good...

    Gospers Mtn. One bloody lightning strike and good old Parks and Wildlife couldn't get off their #*#*# and put it out. Thanks for the memories.
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    Sticky: I don't.

    I don't.
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    Your first option is the strongest.

    Your first option is the strongest.
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    Not a milling specie. Very unstable, prone to...

    Not a milling specie. Very unstable, prone to warp and check, high shrinkage.
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    You and your FIL did get on. Wait till he sees...

    You and your FIL did get on. Wait till he sees that crap!
    Nice big brick wall there with its bare face sticking out. A hanging board and a few shelves - you won't know yourself.
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    N.S.W. Ah! The old spasticity in the hands trick. Well I...

    Ah! The old spasticity in the hands trick. Well I guess that rules out my next idea - a jigsaw.
    I think you will find a scrollsaw pretty frustrating when it comes to chair components. They are...
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    N.S.W. Matt, Can you give us an idea of the type of work...

    Matt, Can you give us an idea of the type of work you need to perform, from which we can make an assessment of the type of machine required. I run a BAS500 bandsaw. It is easy to move around in the...
  39. Solar by day, methane by night. Simples.

    Solar by day, methane by night. Simples.
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    Sticky: Dyslexic.

    Dyslexic.
  41. Why didn't you let go the wire between the...

    Why didn't you let go the wire between the pulses? or are you just a hog for punishment. One should never consider themselves fence zapped until they've peed on one.
  42. Brett, You had asked earlier about the inner city...

    Brett, You had asked earlier about the inner city furnace. The answer is no. The project my son is working on is methane from food waste use enzyme break down. No burning involved. He was in the...
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    I'm at Bilpin but that's even further than Dubbo.

    I'm at Bilpin but that's even further than Dubbo.
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    Ian, I quite agree, the normal process is to use...

    Ian, I quite agree, the normal process is to use the crown as a shock absorber. With eucs thats fine. Cedar is a different proposition. Branches leave the the tree at some pretty rakish angles which,...
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    Sounding a tree with an axe is not always...

    Sounding a tree with an axe is not always accurate. Particularly with soft timber. In modern times the tree is sounded with the tip of the chainsaw being driven straight into the heart to determine...
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    N.S.W. Matt, what makes you say it is a dud? Let us know...

    Matt, what makes you say it is a dud? Let us know what the problem is and we may be able to help. I too use a chair so I understand that your choices are limited. Many are the bandsaws that have been...
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    When twin boards are used they are usually much...

    When twin boards are used they are usually much thinner than standard tree boards - not much thicker than a fence paling They were either hung round the neck or from the belt by means of a length of...
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    N.S.W. I'll take it. PM sent.

    I'll take it. PM sent.
  49. It is most unfortunate that both here and also in...

    It is most unfortunate that both here and also in real life we have found ourselves at odds over a situation which does not improve with argument.
    Global Warming, Coal mining, Co2, production,...
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    You make a very good point. Highly unlikely...

    You make a very good point. Highly unlikely surveyors would use a "money tree" to act as a marker.
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