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Member postings for Dauid Kent

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Thread: bowlsssss 011 (992 x 744).jpg
19/10/2008 21:39:00
hi Derek  the woods are sycamore and  goncalo alves daue
Thread: bow fronted corner unit
19/10/2008 21:23:00
http://www.getwoodworking.com/sites/5/images/member_albums/7974/BOW_CORNER_(202_x_300).jpg

hi chris this one the wife wants me to make any idea how to make it thanks daue
19/10/2008 19:18:00
hi chris dont no where to start maybe you can start and let me no what your thinking daue  thanks
18/10/2008 11:41:00
 hi chris well thank you ill be in touch daue
Thread: Wood for small box
17/10/2008 21:14:00
there is no point in going craft supplies they havent got anything in seems to me there going to go bust !
Thread: bow fronted corner unit
17/10/2008 21:12:00

hi has anyone got any plans for a bow fronted corner unit ??

                 dave

Thread: ivor,s tools_renamed_9897.jpg
14/10/2008 16:42:00
hi  Ivor  can you find out how much pxp will cost to cheshire  daue
Thread: Thicknesser snipe
14/10/2008 16:35:00
hi roger you can not adjust the cutter block because its fixed if its not square you have to ring the manufacturer hope its not recordpower  daue
Thread: P1010062 (992 x 744).jpg
13/10/2008 19:52:00
hi chris  i used rustins plastic coat from axminster  dave
Thread: bowlsssss 009 (992 x 744).jpg
13/10/2008 19:48:00
Hi Ralph, the apple on the right is made from Goncalo Alves
Thread: ivor,s tools_renamed_9897.jpg
13/10/2008 19:44:00
Hi Ivor, have you still got the shoulder plane for sale and if so how much did you want for it? David
Thread: P1010059 (992 x 744).jpg
12/10/2008 21:56:00

hi the body is paduak with sycamore and ebony strips  and 9inch high  . haue a go its not that hard and im self taught thanks

              dave

12/10/2008 21:24:00
Hi, Baz, It took about 3 days from start to finish and it is the first one i have ever done.Dave
Thread: Workshop 018 (450 x 600).jpg
11/10/2008 19:01:00
hi john  very nice workshop what extraction system are you using  daue
Thread: Bow fronted display case
11/10/2008 18:41:00
hi chris  this is very nice peace of work is their any plans for this if so could i have a copy thanks daue
Thread: dm tools show kempton park
09/10/2008 20:49:00

hi anybody going down to dm tools show who live in cheshire i would like to go down maybe we could arrange a bus to go down together dont want to go down on my own   ??   let me know asap..

                                                      dave

Thread: Twists
09/10/2008 20:44:00

hi Ralph  iue got a router lathe made by trend makes lovely rope and barley twists they dont make them anymore but if you can get one second hand buy it makes life easier...

                      dave

Thread: Have you cleaned your lathe lately?
08/10/2008 21:25:00
hi all you must work in pig sty my work shop is clean ever time i come out no ponit going in the next moring and carnt find anything that why iue got three sons  hahaha daue
Thread: help
08/10/2008 12:41:00
hi Nigel  the cmt extension cost me 34 pounds and its in 3 pieces so if any of it get damage you dont have to by it all again  daue
Thread: dust extraction system
06/10/2008 19:21:00
hi all  today was a bad day, gave up with my extraction system as it failed to work after lots of alterations and additions not proven to be viable. Anybody any experience with 100mm extraction systems 27ft length would love to hear how you set it up and which extractor you use. Any comments greatly appreciated. Dave
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