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: The shelves are empty!|
I think its wonderful watching the sea when its like this, there was some crazy guy out surfing this afternoon.
No boats have run now for a week or so and the Isle of Man is running out of just about everything, the winds are now at gale force 10 and the sea is just white with breakers, I can see the sea out of my window and I don't think any boats are going out today. some times living on a island 18 x 33 mile's sucks!
|Thread: Gripping Matt|
Thank you for your kind replies I think I have found what I am after on eblag!
Paul in a very windy Isle of Man
Well that's what i think its called. I am looking for some of the Matt that is used to put down on the bench to stop the wood moving about when routing, don't no what its call or where to get hold of it. can you help?
Paul in the Isle of Man
|Thread: Setting a planer???|
Hi Drew, as Bill has directed you to my post I had a variety of similar problems with my machine and setting the blades to the same height as the out feed table solved just about all of them.
One other thing to check is make sure your blades are nice and sharp.
|Thread: New Moderator|
Yes spill the beans, who is Danny?
|Thread: Andrew's Bench|
What a perfect bench that is, will last you many years. Well done!
|Thread: Cynthia's Bithday|
How do you guy's make such beautiful objects, I have more chance of stopping dog's peeing up tree's than making anything like that. Never mind, back to my door wedges and chopping blocks.
|Thread: Got There At Last|
Makes me realise how far off the mark I am, as far as my wood work creations go.
Maybe one day!
|Thread: Welcome to my Workshop!|
Hi Dave, it's not the best fit but its not 1/ 1.5mm over size. In my head the table saw is not going to be the most accurate and precise machine in the world so I think its good for what i use it for, If you are not happy with the fit in the T Slot replace it with a better fitting piece of hard or ply wood.
Hi Steve, know exactly what you mean by understanding wife as mine is very good about my addiction to any new tools I need, but as I say to her I don't go down the Pub and I don't smoke so I have to have some kind of escape from it all and in my case that's my workshop, I worked with a bloke years ago that played darts and Pool for his local pub and he went out ever night after work for 5 pints before his tea, god rest his sole he is not with us anymore. Anyway back to the garage i go.
Edited By paul wagstaffe on 16/11/2011 11:38:22
Not sure what you mean by Tee Slot? sorry to be a fool but can you explain.
We need photographic proof Big Al.
He who dies with the most tool's wins.
This is just for fun, I think I have the most untidy work shop on this forum unless you can beat me.
Welcome to "Paul's Place"
|Thread: 5 MONTHS LATER|
You will get there Steve!
|Thread: Disc sanding plate|
Thank for your ideas, I ended up making a disc out of ply and turning it true after I attached it to the pulley wheel that I also turned down, I even used the pillar and the drill bed from the drill that tilts to any angle i require. Its cheep and cheerful but dose the job just fine.
Can you help? I am making a bench mounted disc sander out of an old motor from a pillar drill, I am trying to find a aluminum plate to mount on the shaft, anyone know were i can get hold of such a thing or do you have one I could purchase from you/
|Thread: I think this is a good idea!|
You have probably seen this before but for me, I think its a great idea.
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