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Thread: DIGITAL ISSUES
07/01/2013 10:55:12

Both are available in digital format

Thread: Outdoor Table
01/09/2012 10:32:39

JUst thought I'd show you the table I made to go with the bench

Table

Just need some nice weather now )

Paul

15/08/2012 17:00:45
Posted by Derek Lane on 14/08/2012 17:19:37:

Paul may I ask what progame did you use to draw the table

Hi Derek

The program is AutoCad 14.

A freebie you could try if you didn't already know about it is this one, progeCad 2009:

http://www.progesoft.com/en/smart-2009

Paul

14/08/2012 16:37:48

Hi Simon

I may be changing the design now.

May go with just the two legs as shown, secured with dowels and bolt into the skirt, braced to the top.

The skirt will be glued and doweled at the corners with the inner top allowed to float on the plywood joints.

table-1.jpg

13/08/2012 20:30:25

I have some treated softwood left over, just enough to make a small table.

The design I was thinking of doing is like this

table.jpg

The table top would be glued together and have bread boards on the ends.

The wood is 170x45 and 95x45.

If I built it this way what is the best way to attach the 50sq legs.

Or would I be better leaving say a 3mm gap either side of the central 95x45 member, leaving it to float on the plywood joint, and fixing the legs as shown with a diagonal piece screwed to the outer skirting.

Thread: CYCLONE FAILURE!!!
17/12/2011 00:49:56

How about trying to convert what you have to something like this.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g6j-psU1aWs&feature=fvwrel

If it does fail, it will fail at the weakest part, that being the plastic cup construction.


Paul

Thread: Bandsaw
14/12/2011 21:25:29

Hi everyone

The Sip bandsaw had a good review in July's The Woodworker.

For around £200 I guess all the bandsaws on the market will be about the same quality, but the Sip model has the larger cut height and a 2 year warranty.

Decided to wait till after Christmas now, so hopefully might get a few pounds knocked off.


Paul


12/12/2011 14:57:22

I'm going to purchase a bandsaw. The one I'm thinking of buying is the new Sip model

http://www.kendaltools.co.uk/cgi-bin/trolleyed_public.cgi?action=showprod_SIP01545

which has a 150mm cut height, not bad I guess for £200.

Does anyone know if machinery suppliers generally have New Years sales after Xmas like your normal shops do?

I'd like the bandsaw now, but if I can save some money by waiting then I'll wait


Paul

Thread: The shelves are empty!
12/12/2011 14:41:40

Hi Paul

No not now.

Was over earlier in the year for the TT racing. Stayed with some friends at Onchan who live just up the hill you can see at the back of the 'Electric Railway'.

Then visited the Island again for our friends 50th birthday in November.

That picture I took in Oct' 2008, it blew a bit of a gale then too.

Where abouts on the Island do you live?


Paul



12/12/2011 09:29:36

Recognise this place


Paul

11/12/2011 13:22:33

But you have kippers and the TT

Was over on the island in Nov for a friends 50th.

They've just sent some over, LOVELY.



Paul


Thread: Bit of a change for me
01/12/2011 22:16:40

Hi Mailee

Dont take offence, but

I think Kieth is spelt Keith.

Hoping I've got it completely wrong so you dont have to make another one.


Paul

Thread: November Woodworking Mag
13/11/2011 17:03:31

Still no digital Woodworking mag.


The December one will be out before I get to read it.

10/11/2011 12:30:18

Still no digital version of Novembers The Woodworker today.

Put some new hamsters in the wheel


Thread: english bulldog
10/11/2011 12:27:22

That's really nice Robert.

How big is it?

Thread: November Woodworking Mag
09/11/2011 23:34:02

The November Woodworking Mag has been shown on the Home page for some time now.

Has anyone read the online version yet. I keep trying but it doesn't show up.


Paul

Thread: Sewing table - wall mounted drop down
09/11/2011 23:30:00

How about something along the lines of a wallpaper pasting table

When the table is folded away it would cover the shelving and form a front cover. The support legs would be on the inside so you wouldn't see them.


Paul

Thread: Letter Box
30/10/2011 18:36:04

Hi Charlie

Does the water enter through the opening as shown in my picture.

Try cutting a gully as shown so that the water will fall before running down the wall of the box.


Paul

Thread: Faulty Link
22/10/2011 20:50:07

In the Woodturning forum theres a topic called "The wife asked me to turn something nice for her sister"

link

The last post should be by Mark Sutton, but I only get what seems to be half a page and the last post showing by Les Hetherington,

Anyone else get the same


Paul



Thread: Sheet material cutting aid
09/10/2011 21:35:09

Well done Kev.

I searched for ages using things like, sheet clamp, panel clamp, plywood sheet clamp, etc, never thought of 'Sawing Clamp'...lol

Found a couple

http://www.tilgear.info/products/696/71603/sawing_clamp/

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Sawing-Clamp-holds-wood-steady-whilst-sawing-/190508059660


Paul





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