Here is a list of all the postings Roger Provins 1 has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.
Probably already answered somewhere but I can't find it.
If one takes out a subscription can all of the digital archive be accessed or just those copies from the start of the subscription?
The picture is compressed in height making the jardinaire look much squatter than it really is.
Hope you find something suitable Richard.
I gave up trying to get the forum to display photo properly.
Here's a link if you still want to see it **LINK**
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Here's one I made a while ago. May give you inspiration if you can't find a plan.
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Edited By Roger Provins 1 on 10/01/2013 11:10:49
|Thread: Cancellation of subscription|
It's a bad idea for the subscription readers like me as we have seen it before and don't need it again. With this month's issue I feel I've been short changed.
It's not the first time articles get reprinted in this or other magazines. I think the publishers are very shortsighted as regular readers will soon spot them.
Unless we get some assurances it won't be happening again in the future I will not renew my subscription.
|Thread: Plunge or Table Saw|
For primary sizing of large boards a track saw will be much cheaper (and much smaller) than a table panel saw. But apart from that a good table saw will be much more useful and accurate in cabinet making. Sizing, jointing, rebating, grooving, mitering, dados etc. Nice to have both of course.
|Thread: Table saw blades|
254mm is a standard size for circular saw blades = 10 inches, however 250mm is now more common in the EU and UK.
I would recommend a Freud blade.
|Thread: Bandsaw blade tension|
Axminster (APTC) say in their bandsaw instructions ...
"13. Do not release the tension on the saw blade when work is complete. The blades and the main saw
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