Here is a list of all the postings Martin has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.
|Thread: Back issues for sale|
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18 issues of Good Woodworking - a few from 2016, I think all of 2017 and a few from 2018. All in good condition.
£10 the lot, based in Bristol.
|Thread: Axminster Planer Thicknesser - AWEPT106 - Bristol|
Apologies - this was sold some time ago and I failed to update this post. Sorry!
Very good condition, with manual and recent new blades (plus old blades as spares), well cared for.
|Thread: Emco Rex B30 planer thicknesser|
I recently purchased an Emco Rex B30 planer thicknesser. It was very cheap, primarily (I thought) because it had been pretty badly treated, left to corrode in a humid barn for years. Turns out the seller knew exactly what he was doing, and "to be honest we've never used it as a planer" actually meant "the indeed table mechanism is broken, and some halfwit has taken it apart without a clue what they were doing..."
Anyway, the upshot is that a couple of crucial parts of the indeed rise/fall mechanism are broken, plus I'm working blind as I don't know for certain how it looked when new.
Does anyone have (a) a manual for the Emco Rex B30 or, (b) any spares or, (c) a B30 rotting in their garden that I could harvest for parts?
Any help or advice would be appreciated
|Thread: Carpenter's Workshop clearance in Bideford this Saturday 2nd December|
Thanks Derek - that was kind of you. Much appreciated.
Apologies - clearly that should be 'died', not 'dies'. Fists of ham and fingers of butter....
WORKSHOP CLEARANCE BIDEFORD EX39 3AX
My Uncle died last year, and now my Aunt wants to clear out his workshop, so I've offered to help. It's in Bideford and I am in Bristol, so I'm afraid the extent to which I can answer question is somewhat limited, but you can view some pictures here:
Edited By Derek Lane on 27/11/2017 18:00:13
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