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Member postings for paul wagstaffe

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Thread: Can you drill a square hole?
25/10/2011 14:14:19
quite right Oddjob!
 
Paul
25/10/2011 04:43:31
Yes you can, copy and past the link!
 
http://s900.photobucket.com/albums/ac202/dstruhar/square%20Hole%20Drill/?action=view&current=Squareholedrill.mp4
 
I think you will agree, that is very clever .
 
Paul

Edited By paul wagstaffe on 25/10/2011 04:47:17

Thread: Fish Smoker
18/10/2011 10:46:36
Cheers Bill I will keep that in mind.
 
Paul
16/10/2011 17:16:43
Got out on my boat today and hit the Mackerel, I could have filled my boat up to the gunnel's but only took a bucket full home, I would like to smoke some of them, have any of you built a smoker before and how long do you smoke them for, any advise would be appreciated.
 
Thank Paul
Thread: Christmas Complaint
15/10/2011 10:12:48
Its ture Sam about the Manx cats, well the bit about the cats having no tail is, not sure about the soup part. Its a genetic defect and a form of spina bifida that courses the cat to be born with no tail.
 
Paul
14/10/2011 16:39:24
Posted by sad sam on 14/10/2011 09:30:22:
hi paul wagstaffe
that sounds great proper village community spirit where do you live we would all like a bit of that
we go to a christmas market in a yorkshire village which sounds like what you have great
 
Hi Sam, this is my village.
 
http://www.onchan.org.im/index.php
14/10/2011 08:23:24
Bah Humbug to the lot of you, I love Christmas and enjoy every moment of it. I cook the dinner, open the presents with my two boy's age 9 & 11and fall asleep in my chair in the afternoon watching a film that I have seen a 100 times before. I also have lights on the front of my house.
My village is very small(2 pubs, one shop and a post office) we have a candle light walk though the village on Christmas eve. I love it.
 
Yo Ho Ho Ho
Paul xx
Thread: Dust Extractor
11/10/2011 15:19:18
Is this the same as yours Bill?
 
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/RECORD-POWER-DX1000-45LT-1KW-DUST-EXTRACTOR-/220864682015?pt=UK_Crafts_Other_Crafts_EH&hash=item336c8f981f
 
Paul

Edited By paul wagstaffe on 11/10/2011 15:19:41

11/10/2011 13:45:07
To be honest I am only a hobby wood worker but I do have loads of power tool, I don't mind moving something around my garage on some sort of stand, just not sure what.
 
Paul
11/10/2011 12:44:21
I would like to have some form of dust extractor for my work shop, anyone have some advise for me? I was thinking of just having a Henry hoover to use round the work shop.
 
Paul
Thread: Hessian Sacks
11/10/2011 12:33:40
They are on there way to you Ivor, give me a shout if you need anymore.
 
Regards
Paul
10/10/2011 23:56:47
Hello Ivor, Your money arrived and I will post them tomorrow, I will have more for you when ever you require them.

 
Regards Paul
10/10/2011 17:10:16
My apologies Ivor, this totally slipped my mind. I have made a parcel of 12 coffee sacks. £18 will cover the postage to the UK. The sacks are free you pay the postage. If you would like me to send you, pay-pal £18 to waggers@manx.net and I will send them to you.
Again I am sorry for not getting back to you sooner.
 
Regards
Paul
Thread: I hope this is not too risky but it did make me laugh..
06/10/2011 13:57:04
I received this message today from a mate.
 
If sex between 3 people is called a threesome and between 2 people is called a twosome i now understand why everyone calls you handsome.
 
Cheeky git, Paul
Thread: Looking for a Bandsaw
06/10/2011 13:50:17
My new bandsaw arrived today safe and sound, it is exactly as Michael described and I would recommend him as a good honest bloke to deal with.
 
Thanks again Michael
Paul in the Isle of Man
Thread: Wood Carving?
28/09/2011 12:13:19
Hi chaps, I would like to start a wood carving project, It will be a flat piece a bit like a sign. I have never done any carving myself so could do with some pointers about how to start, the best wood and so on, I have the design just don't know how to start it, can anyone help me.
 
Regards
Paul
Thread: Absolute Novice - Working WIth Wood
19/09/2011 19:23:35
Hi Kevin, I too am a bit of a novice with this wonderful hobby, I love working with wood and don't mind what i am making, from a box to keep my screws in to a router table (current project) I have found you tube to be a great educational tool have a look and subscribe to these.
 
http://www.youtube.com/user/stevinmarin
 
http://www.youtube.com/user/TeenWoodworker
 
http://www.youtube.com/user/AppJourneyman
 
Regards
Paul
 
Thread: Looking for a Bandsaw
14/09/2011 08:22:48
Hi Tommy, Michael is away for two weeks holiday now, but he told me he will be back on to answer any questions on the things he has for sale.
 
Regards
Paul
Thread: Brush with disaster! (not for the squeemish)
14/09/2011 08:19:49
Super Glue it back, did you know Super Glue (or Lock Tight) was developed during the Vietnam war as a field dressing, that's my useless fact for today.
 
Regards Paul
Thread: pine press
10/09/2011 23:05:20
As for the tea Tommy you are welcome to the sweepings from my factory floor, quite a lot of tea ends up on the floor and gets binned on a regular basis.
 
Regards Paul
 
www.manxteaandcofee.com
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