Here is a list of all the postings Julian has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.
|Thread: Wood type|
I notice MJS is in London so don't forget Que Gardens, probably one of the best in the world for this sort of thing.
|Thread: lathe sale|
Hi Simon -- Don't think so
Nice lathe by the way Dennis
Edited By Julian on 03/02/2013 16:50:03
|Thread: Finally Warmth!|
WOW -- That certainly looks a big one you've got there Mailee, Your offcuts won't last long in that !
|Thread: We wish you a Merry Christmas!|
Hi All -- I hope all the staff and members have a good Christmas & New Year, have fun
|Thread: Table top planer/thicknesser|
I picked up an INCA Model 550 a few years ago for not very much, it must be 30 years old if it's a day but it sits there and does the job all day long. It's got 2 x 10" blades, floor mounted and thickness to about 10" as well.
Agree with you on EBay Bill, however I did pick up a Full size Big Brother complete for £50 a few months ago so the bargins are still there from time to time.
|Thread: Urgent help !!!!|
Hi Woody -- Now there is a subject in it's own right for one of the magazines. Don't forget to add the waste to the figure, this will be different for each type of wood you use and the project. I can remember my first out door project when I was in school, it was in green oak and my woodwork teacher told me to expect 50% waste on a garden chair project. I didn't belive him, that's far too much he just wanted to sell more wood ! He was correct of course.
|Thread: ash natural edge bowl|
Do you use a sanding bloc for this dennis or do you hold the sand paper in your hand with your fingers pointing away from the piece ?
|Thread: What or which mitre saw|
Hi Bill -- Good to see you loged in again.
|Thread: spalted elm vase|
Hi Dennis -- Yes must give it try when I get five minutes to spare. New Lathe should be arriving next week so good oportunity to play
|Thread: A first for me!|
Hi Mailee -- I look forward to the pictures, I went over to France with a friend a few years ogo to give him a hand building an internal staircase. It was a learning curve for me but sadly have never had a go myself. I know the building regs have just been upgraded on stairs so I would have to read all over again.
|Thread: spalted elm vase|
Hi Dennis -- very nice as usual, it's obviously end grain turned but was the pith in the vase or was the blan halved first ? I have yet to get into hollowing but did pick up a Big Brother on ebay a few weeks ago for a very small amount.
|Thread: Table saw blades|
Hi TonTay -- Hamilton Beaverstock are realy good. 254 is not the most common of sizes but I have the same size on my Makita Table Saw. I recently cut up a plank of recycled wood and went straight through a 6" nail (ouch) they even put some new teath on the blade for me and it was still less than half the price of the new blade.
Hi Eric. -- Very nice, nicely turned and good mixture of woods
|Thread: HAPPY BIRTHDAY DENNIS WAKE|
Hi Dennis - Very happy birthday to you Dennis, have a great weekend
|Thread: club winter compertition|
The Ringtons bowl looks quite good, nice finish and good colouring technique
|Thread: Spinning stool|
Hi Ron -- Nice one I have done the same thing myself.
|Thread: Kity 613 bandsaw|
Hi Andy -- good to see you posting again, didn't I see you talking to Les Thorne at Yandles a few weeks ago !
Edited By Julian on 30/09/2012 11:10:31
|Thread: Digital issues|
Hi Sam and others -- I have to say that I have never had a problem with the subscription side of things or the Digi Mag. I find digi quite useful especially on the iPod as I always have it with me.
Joseph - have faith in Danny, he does seem to sort most things out these days but please keep us informed.
I notice also Sam that a lot of the other forums are getting quiet as well so it's not just this one. Anyway it was good to see you at Yandles again I didn't hang around as I could see you were busy and there was a few things I had to do before getting the bus. See you in the Spring.
|Thread: Killinger Lathes|
Hi All -- I was wondering if anybody has any experience of or with the Killinger Lathe sold by Phil Irons ? I am looking for a quality lathe at an affordable price and this one ticks all the boxes for quality, features and price. I am particularly looking at the Killinger KM1400. I can't find any bad reviews anywhere but would like some feedback before committing.
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