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Thread: Cutting a deep, narrow slit in a long shaft
12/10/2010 18:44:40
Hi Simon & welcome to the forum.
 
With such a narrow slit i would probably use a dremel with a round wood cutting blade.
 
I`d make a simple jig to run the body of the dremel against to keep it straight.
 
 
 
Baz  
Thread: A Famillier Name
12/10/2010 18:36:32
Thanks for the heads up George, which months will it be? I shall have to go & splash some cash....lol.
 
 
Well done Ralph, sorry to hear you`ve not been well, i look forward to seeing your article.
 
 
Cheers.
 
 
Baz  
Thread: no more nails
10/10/2010 09:09:04
It wouldn`t have been my first choice Dennis, but it certainly sticks wood to plaster well, so it should stick wood to wood.
 
Good luck & let us know how you get on with your turning.
 
 
Cheers.
 
 
Baz  
Thread: Subscription Renewal Offer
10/10/2010 09:05:02
Could i ask while we`re talking subscriptions, what happens after the 3 mags for a £ offer is finished?
As they have your bank details do they continue the subscription at normal rates, or do you have to take out another subscription.
 
Guess who also didn`t take notes during a telephone conversation 
 
 
Baz  
Thread: DeWalt Planner Thicknesser DW733
09/10/2010 21:23:15
hi Andrew.
 
I would say it`s the noisiest machine i have, as it`s quite a high pitched noise, having said that so are the other portable thicknessers i`ve come across.
 
Not sure where you are in the country, but i imagine a good tool seller would turn one on to give you an idea of the noise, if he was interested in a sale.
 
Cheers.
 
Baz  
Thread: A Head of the rest
08/10/2010 16:18:14
Looking really good Derek, well done.
 
I look forward to seeing it painted.
 
 
Good luck.
 
 
baz   

Edited By baz on 08/10/2010 16:18:56

Thread: DeWalt Planner Thicknesser DW733
07/10/2010 23:17:37
What do you want to know Andrew?
 
I`ve had one quite a few years & have been very happy with it, it`s light enough to be portable, it`s a little noisy, but i preferred it to the Axminster which i`d used previous to getting the DeWalt.
 
 
I`d suggest you fix it down to a bench etc when in use, which is easy as it has 4 holes on it`s base & away you go.
 
 
 
Good luck.
 
 
 
Baz  
Thread: Barometers and clocks
01/10/2010 18:31:24
Yep, another happy Meantime customer.
 
 
 
Baz  
Thread: Pens made by me
01/10/2010 18:28:30
They all look very nice.
 
well turned.
 
 
Baz  
Thread: bending perspex ?
29/09/2010 14:11:18
PM sent mate.
 
 
Baz  
29/09/2010 13:43:56
Ralph.
 
I`ve got this perspex.
 

 
 It`s 1.9mm thick & as you can see very flexible, it looks blue as it has protective film both sides
 
This is an off cut, if you want some i`d happily post you a few pieces.
 
 
Nice to see you back.
 
 
Baz  
Thread: Two steps back
28/09/2010 21:43:39
Good to hear you`re back in action & making progress Derek.
 
Keep us updated.
 
 
Cheers.
 
 
Baz  
Thread: Being Lazy
27/09/2010 17:00:27
There is  satisfaction to be gained when the opportunity to do something by hand arrises, but usually time constraints prevent this.
 
 
 
 
baz  
Thread: Glues
26/09/2010 18:49:30
Posted by sparky on 26/09/2010 18:24:38:
Crikey, I thought we got an old member back on line for a minute

 

 
Just the one mate  
 
 
Baz  
26/09/2010 16:47:41
Wow, that`s a blast from the past 
 
Mark, Axminster do it >>here<<
 
 
Cheers.
 
 
 
Baz  
Thread: Two steps back
26/09/2010 16:37:19
Sorry to read that Derek, i hope you are in better shape than the horse & have nothing damaged.
 
 
 
Cheers.
 
 
Baz  
Thread: Rocking Horse update
23/09/2010 17:20:51
This is looking excellent Derek, well done.
 
 
 
Baz  
Thread: Finishing pine staircase and spindles to prevent yellowing
23/09/2010 10:58:35
Hi Debbie & welcome.
 
Pine naturally yellows, & i don`t know of a clear finish that will stop this.
If you want an oak colour, stain the spindles before you varnish/lacquer them. There are lots of different  stains, so it`s just a case of buying the colour you like, though a good tip is to try the stain on a piece of scrap first.
 
Good luck.
 
 
Baz  
Thread: NVQ table
19/09/2010 17:10:43
Looks a lovely piece.
 
 
Is the darker timber an inset veneered strip? 
 
Cheers.
 
 
Baz  
Thread: At Last!!!
19/09/2010 17:03:22
Looks good Arry,
 
Certainly gives plenty of storage.
 
 
 
Cheers.
 
 
Baz  
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