Here is a list of all the postings paul wagstaffe has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.
|Thread: Dewalt Radial Arm Saw|
Hi, I would like your views on a Radial Arm Saw, I bought one a few years back and I don't seem to be using it. My question is: is it me not thinking of uses for it or are they an obsolete tool in the work shop?
|Thread: My Pallet wood project|
Yes totally pallet wood project, all you need is a plainer thickness machine. I am a coffee roasted so I get lots of hard wood and soft wood pallets.
|Thread: My new toy for Christmas!|
Only bought it too tow my boat but I might have a go at a few green lane's.
Can't wait for the snow!
Edited By paul wagstaffe on 27/12/2012 22:13:55
|Thread: cotbed plans|
Try here also!
|Thread: My mid life crisis!|
Well done Mailee, get your self over here for the Isle of Man TT and give your new toy a blast around the coarse.
|Thread: Chaise Longue|
I saw an episode of "The Salvager" Rico made a chaise longue out of an old car, just an out of the box idea!
Have found this for you Sam!
Edited By paul wagstaffe on 24/07/2012 22:24:06
|Thread: Riving knife for a table saw.|
Hi Dave, can you get the Micro splitter system in th UK?
Edited By paul wagstaffe on 02/07/2012 17:26:38
Hi guys, once again I need some advice, my table saw came to me second hand and the riving knife to prevent kick back is missing, has anyone on here thought of a way of making a riving knife or splitter for the back of the blade?
|Thread: Wood glue|
Thank you guy's, as allways dependable and helpful advice. I think I will go with the Norm Abram advise but of course the is an argument for saying "Just get the joint right in the first place"
Paul, Dodging motorbike's as it's TT week here!
Hi, I'm looking for a wood glue that will swell up after it is applied to help fill an imperfections in the joint. I am sure I have seen something like this before, can you help?
Thank you Al, seems a shame but I am not going to argue with the powers that know far more than me especially when I can do the same job's on my router table.
When I take a look at general woodwork projects on the Internet and You Tube, the woodworking people of the US seem to use a Dado blade in a table saw. Is the style of cutting a rebate used in the UK, and are they safe?
Regards Paul in the Isle of Man
|Thread: The next generation...|
Very nice to see the young folk taking an intrest in producing somthing to be proud of insted of sitting in front of a xbox, well done little miss.
|Thread: club comptition|
Typical just when I think I am getting good at woodwork, then I see something that brings me back down to earth, I still have lots to learn. It's my dream to produce such craftsmanship. Well done Sam that's fantastic.
Paul (getting ready for the TT in the isle of Man)
|Thread: Dewalt Dovetail Jig|
Hi, I have just bought my first dove tail jig (thank you Dennis) it's a Dewalt and I am very happy with it, but I have to admit I am finding the instructions confusing. Can anybody recommend a thread or website for advice.
|Thread: kity k5 bestcombi|
I have to agree with the above, start at the plug and work back with a meter, it don't sound like a burnt out motor because it would smoke and smell bad! Good luck and let us know how you get on!
|Thread: Draper Bobbin Sanding Drum|
I dont mean to offend but I think they are a bit of a waste of money (maybe that's because I am tight lol) I cut five disc's out of 18mm mdf, glued them together and drilled a hole down the centre, put them on some threaded bar. Then I turned them true, then I used contact adhesive to glue on some sand paper to it (make sure you cut the sand paper diagonally) Used in a drill press you have a bobbin sander. Simple's
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