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Member postings for paul wagstaffe

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Thread: sticky label
18/04/2012 20:51:22

Silly as it maybe but I put Sticky Stuff Remover into eBay and bought a bottle of just that, it's great stuff and has worked on everything from tar on my car to label residue.


Thread: Looking for a chuck!
05/03/2012 18:41:27

Hi Dennis, I have won a Record Woodturning Chuck with indexing and a set of 50mm jaws and I paid £87.77p


Thread: Built myself a workbench...
05/03/2012 15:10:09

Just the job that bench, you will properly use it for years to come. Well done and a great use of recyclable materials.


Thread: New to turning
04/03/2012 21:24:30

You and me both Andy, I am just starting out on this new chapter of my wood working hobby.

Good Luck!


Thread: Looking for a chuck!
04/03/2012 21:04:57

Just won this,what do you think guy's


03/03/2012 19:40:29

Thank you Dennis and Derek, I am very new to wood turning so I am a bit unsure what I need regarding a chuck for my lathe, I take it you think I would be better with a four jaw than 3 jaw? Is this what most wood turners on here would use? Thanks

03/03/2012 17:29:21

I am looking for a 3 jaw chuck for my wood turning lathe, the lathe is a Sealey sm1308 with a 3/4"x16 tpi thread. Any advice.

Regards Paul

Thread: Great find!
02/03/2012 16:22:58

After giving a kindly old gent a hand clearing some junk out of his garage I happen to comment on a wood turning lathe that was sat in the corner, it's a sealey sm1308 I told him, To my surprise he told me To take it away because it did not work, well that's like a red rag to a bull to a chap like myself. After a full strip down I discovered the grub screw on the upper pulley had backed off and the pulley was fowling on the body making a terrible noise. It's all fixed now and running like a new one. Thank you lady luck!
Thread: T Track & T Nuts for router tables and Jigs.
12/01/2012 22:42:04
Cheers guy's
11/01/2012 18:11:33
Dose anyone know where you can get T Tracks and T Nuts in the Uk?

Thread: Metal Detector
10/01/2012 19:32:05
09/01/2012 23:04:26
Cheers fella, for that price I will order one tomorrow.
09/01/2012 21:14:54
Hi mailee, Can you get the Little Wizard detector online? I can't get them over here.


09/01/2012 20:45:58
Hi guys, I am interested in buying a hand held metal detector for checking for bit of nails and staples that may be hidden in the wood before I put it though my thickness plainer, I normally just look for them but have missed them a few times and it has cost me a set of blades.
What type of metal detector would recommend?
Cheers Paul
Thread: Small oak kitchen table
04/01/2012 23:21:15
Seeing this kind of work makes me want to carry on learning woodworking. Thanks for showing me how it's should be done.

Thread: Lets talk Workshop heating!
16/12/2011 16:55:25
I am thinking of a wood burner so I can use my scraps as fuel.
16/12/2011 09:23:02
What have you got and how do you rate it, I have nothing at the moment and its bloody cold in there.
Thread: Gripping Matt
16/12/2011 09:20:28
Hi Steve,
"Transit Van with wing" is a fair description of the air craft over here.
Thread: The shelves are empty!
12/12/2011 16:18:33
Hi Paul, I am in Onchan just off the main road.
12/12/2011 10:04:16
North end of Douglas promenade opposite the Terminus Tavern. Are you on the Island Paul?
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