Here is a list of all the postings Ged Meager has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.
|Thread: Barometers and clocks|
Can't beat the above Derek enjoy
Edited By Ged Meager on 03/10/2010 10:24:07
|Thread: Urgent help required|
I have a friend who as a result of a stroke has had both legs amputated just above his knees but has full use of both arms and hands He wants to learn to turn any hints tips or contacts you might have would be most appreciated
|Thread: Advise needed.|
Hi James ,I personally don't like Record saws I have a 10'' table saw I find the blade changing a fiddle. The rip fence I don't like at all theres no fine adjustment to it and it doesn't stay paralel to the blade leading to stock binding up the is no adjustment on the far end of the fence so you can't set it up and leave it I would;'t recommend it at all
|Thread: turning wooden fruit|
I would love a copy any chance happy to pay p&p
|Thread: how to loose your fingers|
Looking at the replies to my post I can see there are a few budding casualties out there As for his hand being away from the blade if you'd had one of these machines kick up on you you'd know how far they can jump when under load. I don't want to get into a long argument with anybody on this subject but those machines have two handle for a reason. and when youv'e seen four fingers laying in the palm of a hand you realise what it is. My stomach churns every time I see such a picture So lets not be a bunch of your never a woodworker till youv'e lost a fingure guys. Having worked in many casualties MOST ACCIDENTS HAPPEN IN THE HOME.
In my recent issue of Good wood I was horrified to see on page14 Andy King using a hand held electric saw with only his right hand he looks dead set on loosing his finger on his Left hand as they are laid out neatly to the side of the saw as he pushes it through a thick tile. I think this is probably one of the most stupid things |I have seen in my favorite mag. Now some of you may think I'm being paranoid but I can assure you I'm not In a previous life I spent 22 years in the Royal Navy Medical service the last two I was running the medical department at Yeovilton Airbase. when one day a chippy came in saying excitedly can someone help me. Then he opened up his left fist which had his 4 fingers from his right hand laying al nicely lined up and cut off neat and square. He'd been usung a similar saw one handed when it hit something hard and jumped the rest as they say is history SO PLEASE NO MORE PICS OF PEOPLE USING THESE SAWS ONE HANDED Despit the frozen peas and a blue light ambulance ride to hospital the poor fellow is still without his fingers.
ANDY YOU OF ALL PEOPLE SHOULD KNOW BETTER
|Thread: RAILWAY SLEEPERS|
Has anybody tried using old railway sleepers to make furniture I know there is a pro company that does it but I'm interested in hearing from any amature woody thats had a go how they cleaned em up and plank the matereal etc,
|Thread: Hollow(ish) bowl|
Looks great to meproportiond etc . To be honest if whoever you've made it for likes it thats all that matters come the end of the day
|Thread: Rob Cosman|
Ive got two brand new copies of Rob Cosmans restoring hand planes still in their new polythene covers never played. I would love to swap with anyboby who has any of Robs DVDs es[pecially his dvd on chisels.
|Thread: inverluted turning|
I'm just about to embark on the involuted trale myself unfortunately
|I've never seen any demos so got to work it out for myself unles somone one can suggest some literature or a video. Bas what a great piece very professional
|Thread: Coffee Table - Big Mistake!|
Been there seen it done it got the T shirt etc etc. Make a new top is your only realistic cure Mabe change it shape to oval etcthink ten times cut once cheaper that way
|Thread: how to sharpen scraper plane blade|
Hi fellow woodies today I aquired a stanley scraper plane and need to know how to sharpen its blade I think I read somewhere that it has to be sharpened at 45 degrees but not sure I would very much appreciate some advice from my gooD woody buddies
|Thread: Dennis's first Craft Fair|
Hi Dennis you obviouslty have make some lovely stuff like the other woodies I'm sorry you didnt sell more. But the general public have no idea the time it takes the level of skill involved etc I know a very top class cabinet maker in Saville Spain who says the Spaniards would rather spend a thousand euros on a claped out rust bucket of a car than a piece of furniture that will last generations so its not just the Brits who won't spend money. I-ve just recieved a commision to biuld a double bed in sapele and maple Its going to take me longer to find the wood than make the bed!!! Do't be disheartened and keep on turning Woodturner Ged[Spain]
|Thread: Norm's Back|
Saw the show last week Corner chair followed by wall panneling I realy enjoyed them both. Don't go Norm Please
|Thread: Sad Loss|
I have just learned today that the wife of the late great master craftsmen Tage Frid Died recently at the grand age of 92. she died peacefully in a Rhode Island nursing Home hopefully to join her beloved husband it that great shop in the shy RIP
|Thread: scratch cards|
Thanks guys I'll bin the card and won't bother with any others that come through
For the second time I have recieved a scratch card in my GoodWoodworking Magazine and for the second time I have what is reportedly a winning line not only that but on this card I have now, I have two winning lines but the phone number displayed is not recognised or its constantly engaged |I have tried phoning all times day, night early hours etc etc with no joy I am getting fairly convinced this is all a big CON I've emailed My HobbyStore with no luck so I'm wondewring if this should be reported to trading standards. Unless you guys have any solutions
|Thread: subscription number|
I've tried adding a 4 and a 0 the 0 is rejected as soon as I press save the 4 does nothing
how can I get to watch these lovely videos
Hi Richard yes I am the same as you but when I enter my number with just one zero and press thesave button that zero gets knocked of
|Thread: dangerous turning video|
Thanks for all the replies for those who want to get fingers and flesh trapped between work and tool rest you'll keep the casualty departments busy beleave me' 22years working in emergency medicine. I've seen enough cuts and chopped of fingers Turning rules are there for a reason ignore them at your peril.They might sow your fungers back on but they never work the same.For those of you who want to turn beads with skews watchRay Jones do it he's fast safe and dont get kickbacks
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