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Member postings for Gareth Lewis

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Thread: Saw vice
20/11/2009 17:33:09
Thanks Andy.
18/11/2009 11:02:42
Hi Andy

Thanks very much for the info on the sharpening horse. As a bit of a cleptomaniac I still have a copy of issue 159, thus I have found the relavent article.

Just one query the drawing shows a square cut to the leg at the hinge and the photo shows a sloping cut. I assume it would be better with a sloping cut  with a slight differnce in the slope angle between the two components in order to exagerate slightly thepinching effect agains t the faces of the saw.
 
Thanks again 
 
Gareth
13/11/2009 21:32:04
Some time in the past Andy did an an piece on a saw vice that fitted in a bench vice does any one know when and which magazine.
Thread: Airmaster 0.5 hp Compressors
16/09/2008 16:18:00
Does any one happen to own a an Airmaster Tiger 0.5 hp compressor manufactured around 1998 (2 amp). I have just been given one which thankfully works but has a damaged safety gauge. Apparantly I need the model number to find the correct gauge. The problem is that this information has been worn away.    
16/09/2008 16:18:00
Does any one happen to own a an Airmaster Tiger 0.5 hp compressor manufactured around 1998 (2 amp). I have just been given one which thankfully works but has a damaged safety gauge. Apparantly I need the model number to find the correct gauge. The problem is that this information has been worn away.    
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