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Member postings for wood magnet

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Thread: Spell checker +
17/05/2008 19:44:00
Thot's the win i yuze Spankie
Thread: New knob 1.jpg
14/05/2008 01:57:00
How often should one polish it Mike.
Thread: 080512-003.jpg
14/05/2008 01:55:00
Nice turning Colin, any pics of the allen key tools.
Thread: Sparky's 1000th post!!!!!
10/05/2008 04:45:00
http://i81.photobucket.com/albums/j233/albyback/LOL.gif

Thread: Finished at last!
09/05/2008 01:29:00
Definately a winner Mike, very well done.
Thread: Sparky's 1000th post!!!!!
09/05/2008 01:21:00

Marc, what can i say.......................not a lot cos' i can't get a word in edgeways

Congrats mate on your first 1000.

Thread: Chisels V. Health & Safety
22/04/2008 18:58:00
Sounds like a load of rubbish to me Bob, or is that why parents/teachers/coppers cant give kids a slap nowadays, in case it causes a blood clot to the heart.
Thread: Alternative to Acetone
22/04/2008 18:10:00

Good tip Mike, i'll get some of that. I'll keep it with my bottle of clear nail varnish.

O.K. stop your sniggering in the back row, i bought it a long time ago for whipping eyes on fishing rods, it's also good for holding nuts and bolts together that loosen themselves through vibration and small screws on spectacles.

Thread: Softwood (Pine)
22/04/2008 18:02:00
I've just counted 110 tiles for the roof Eddie . Don't knock your own work mate, everthing evolves with time, i must have got the idea from somewhere or mine could have been straight across, that's what's so good about the t'internet, loads of pictures and plans/ideas to store away for future use.
Thread: settle (2).jpg
21/04/2008 20:33:00
Grand job Mike, i like it a lot.
Thread: Can Anyone Help
21/04/2008 20:27:00
I agree with Mike, Ralph. You have a lathe/tools/wood? everything else is just frills.
Thread: Softwood (Pine)
21/04/2008 20:15:00
Yes Eddie, they are re-claimed t&g cladding. I cut them on a scroll saw, it took 2 days to cut them as i made a bird table and a garden arch at the same time. It's about 5' tall. I didnt use any plans when building it, i just gauged it by eye.
20/04/2008 17:01:00

Thanks Baz, i cant remember the last time i bought wood  i prefer salvaging and it gives me more pleasure.

Kevin.

Thread: TV Woodwork
20/04/2008 04:14:00
I remember him Jonny (just)
Thread: Softwood (Pine)
20/04/2008 04:12:00

http://i81.photobucket.com/albums/j233/albyback/scan0002-1.jpg

Heres one i made a few years ago Eddie, palletts and scrap wood. It's still as strong today as the day i made it.

19/04/2008 01:37:00
But if you want bananawood you have to go to b&q cos they sell the best.
Thread: pen making
16/04/2008 17:10:00

Welcome back Geoffrey. If you do get the time to rewrite your message, i for one would be greatful. I am just about to start turning and have a couple of slimline kits to start with, i want to learn all i can first though before i start the spinny thingy.

Thread: Upload picture
16/04/2008 06:27:00
 I use photobucket with no problems woodchip.
Thread: pen making
16/04/2008 06:25:00
Did it  go "blank" then.
Thread: garden line
16/04/2008 06:16:00

I can't go anywhere without bringing a piece of wood home,

hence the name "wood magnet".

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