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what happened to the wood between photo1 and photo 4, the edges and top look like they have just come off, of a spiral head jointer, or is that trick photography, maybe the wood south of the equator just looks like it comes from the tip
well i never, after all these years and countless brushes later, someone now tells me about the dried brushes being dipped in the wet stuff, bloody hell what a goose
bugger the chairs, i want to know where to get those awesome saw horse brackets from, if you have an answer just remember im down south in Oz
after 55 years i think ive worked out women, but this one is a whole new ball game and my mother is german and so is my wife, go figure
in the end we are all wood butchers anyway, gee up until 1 year ago (i'm 55 now) i didn't know there was any difference, i suppose because down here in Oz everyone has to be able to turn their hand to everything because we don't have the population to specialise, i learnt that the hard way. you sepo's have got it easy, even in roy underhills world there are specialists
send the thing down here to tazzie, ill check it out, make some adjustments,include a bit about turning with hard DRY wood and whip it back, might iclude turning 4.5tpi threads for wood srews on the lathe, now there's a challenge
typical sepo's , bloody light bulbs that are different than everybody else's, down here in oz we have the good old bayonet fix,
Debate on tablesaw safety, yet all is still silent on gun control, compulsory seat belts and motor cycle/bike helmets in your country, maybe saw stop can hook up with these guys
put it in, don't forget some blokes/shielas( "others" in Oz) are still burning their fingers when they drop a soldering iron. Do you think Mr OGG went all PC when he first picked up a rock.!
I use a drill bit,but drill down from the top,that is into the end grain that leaves only the sides to take out with a saw/chisel blade(also can use a plunge router). also i have found the underhill(traditional) method of a cranked blade that is with a 90 degree twist in the middle very handy
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