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: sierra pen|
Wow -- As you say Dennis very classy indeed, I hope you do manage to sell them -- Julian
|Thread: A Use for Leftover Bits of Worktop|
Hi Richard -- Verry nice indeed, I presume the table top and the chair seats
are the old counter top ?
Edited By Julian on 18/06/2012 12:10:01
|Thread: Riving knife for a table saw.|
Hi Paul -- It's only a piece of steel about 2mm thick that will come to the top of your blade and follow it's curve. If it's been removed for a reason the mounting bloc should still be in tact so should be quite straight forward. May be easier however to try and find a spare for your model (you don't say what it is). Best of luck -- Julian
|Thread: Neighbours gift|
Hi Mailee -- Very nice indeed, probably a months work for me and I don't think I would even attempt the inlay. Well Done, I am sure your neighbour will be very pleased with it.
Hi Denis -- Looks fantastic to me very close indeed. Did you say in a previous post that your club was having a copy turning competition ? (I wonder)
|Thread: Finally a job in Oak!|
I agree - you cant beat real wood for a job, I presume Simon that cabinet restorers use wire wool on their work without problems because the surface of the job is already sealed. Would that be correct ?
|Thread: jcb for hire|
Ah well, you live and learn. Thanks for that Al.
Hi Paul -- I think we all see how easy Norm does it with the dado blade set and you can get them in the uk, David Free used to have the legal bit on his website but it doesn't seem to be around anymore. I think it was up to 7/16" on a Saw that has a long arbour but that would have to be checked, the new regs on table saws say that they have to have an electronic blade brake this has been the case for a good few years now and you definitely can't use a dado with a blade braked saw. I have never used a dado and found the router to be perfectly accurate if the correct jig is used, have a look at Ron Fox's articles and U-Tubes they are really good and informative.
|Thread: jcb for hire|
Hi Robert - These are great looking models, I don't think you can realy
call them toys can you ?
Does anybody know the reason why so many of the posts on this site
spread over to the right hand side of the page underneath and beyond
the adverts !
Edited By Julian on 27/05/2012 15:59:24
|Thread: A bit of a gloat :-)|
Hi Ian -- Don't think you can go far wrong with a startrite machine if it's been looked after but from the looks of your picture the T-30 is about the same age as my Saw & Planer. Both these machines are imperial in their threads so you may find that the mounting port is 1-1/4" rather than 30mm. Still a good price though and I would think plenty of parts available for these. Good Luck and let us know how you get on -- Julian
Edited By Julian on 21/05/2012 19:52:48
|Thread: Tenor ukulele|
Hi Admiral -- I don't think anyone could say that the ukulele is a toy, although I don't play it both my Father and Grandmother played them brilliantly, Jake of course is probably one the best in the World.
|Thread: The next generation...|
Hi Paul -- Good to see the kids getting involved, they seem to be a bit more creative that us old stick in the muds ! (I only talk personally) -- Julian
|Thread: earing stand|
Hi Dennis -- Another masterpiece, is it Cherry ? -- Julian
|Thread: adding photos|
Hi Dennis -- I notice a few changes to the site as late, most of them good. I still wonder what the real reason was for removing Sparky's Guide from the front page as they were just so good. Julian
|Thread: club comp|
Hi Dennis and Robbie -- Your club certainly has some talent in it, this has been said before but I know when my club had an open competition it was said at the outset of the judging that the object itself was not being judged because you can't compare beautiful girls against lumps of rock so you have to award points to the various turning actions and the perspective and balance of the piece. As Ian says each judge has different ideas about a piece but you must not be put off by their decision. Learn from it and understand what the judges are looking for and emphasise those points. You can't fail to win then ! ! ! Any way better luck next time I am still in envy of you both. Julian
|Thread: Ash Bird table|
Edited By Julian on 23/04/2012 20:07:35
|Thread: looking for plans and then ouch!!!|
Dave -- As Al says, Brimarc used to be the UK outlet for NYW Plans so may be worth giving them a ring to see if they what you require left in stock. I suppose since Norm retired the marketing has gone too. I picked up the plans for his English Garden bench from Brimarc a while ago Good Luck !
|Thread: julian's bowl|
Hi Sam -- I like smooth flowing curves as well, not always in woodworking.
Hi Ian -- The colour of the wood is completely natural, all I have done is put some sanding sealer and wax on it. You cant really see the profile in the picture but when turned I put it on some pin jaws to turn the socket off where it was held in the chuck. The Guys at the club said that you must always remove or disguise the holding method. The person that gave me the blank said that it was Sycamore but it could be ask I suppose, I find it difficult to tell the difference.
This is the underside, sorry about the background !
|Thread: digital archive|
Hi Ged -- I seem to recall one of our moderators saying the same as Richard a little while ago also.
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