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Member postings for Johnf

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Thread: Slot Morticer Tooling
31/08/2013 21:24:42

Felder do them

Thread: Making a cyclone dust interceptor
26/01/2012 22:11:24
I made one from a road cone seems to work ok
Thread: Joint Genie
23/01/2011 22:12:11
Excellent bit of kit well worth the money
Thread: Bathroom cabinet
16/02/2009 20:52:05
Hi Oddjob

the reason there is no plinth is because of the pipe casing below the cabinet
any plinth could only go part way across and we thought it would look odd.
 

also the bathroon scales can live underneath
 
John
15/02/2009 21:17:50
Hi all
thought you might  like to see this bathroom cabinet I made for my daughter
Thread: Record Universal
11/09/2008 20:07:00

John

best of luck with the record I'm shore it will be fine , and cheaper than the hammer anyway

I should have looked at the date on your orinal post and would have known my comments were to late

Cheers John

10/09/2008 22:15:00

Hi John

I had a record maxi 26 not very good

so i changed it for a hammer C3-31 absolutely brilliant quality ,precision ,and accuracy are the name of the game buy one you wont regret it

John

Thread: Universal or separate
08/09/2008 20:19:00
I second That Jan
20/08/2008 21:56:00

I have a universal (Hammer c331) briliant peice of engineering quick and easy between functions powerful and deadly acurate

A uni will save you a load of space site it in the center of the shop and get a wheel kit for minor adjustments to the position

John

Thread: workbench height
19/08/2008 16:23:00

Mine is the same height as my table saw so I can use it as a support when I slide 8x4 sheets across it.

I also have wheels at one end and some fold down handles at the other end so if I need more space it is easily moved

  John

Thread: Latest Poject
18/08/2008 19:48:00

Thanks Ben

Yes I enjoyed making the little chair Isobelle likes it to

John

17/08/2008 22:58:00

http://www.getwoodworking.com/sites/5/images/member_albums/8536/P1010361.JPG

Thread: Bentley Wood Fair
16/08/2008 06:49:00

 hi mike  baz

no I dont have have anything to do with the show

I just live localy and it a nice day out even my wife enjoyes it

John

14/08/2008 21:11:00

Hi Jon

we go to the bently woodfair every year it is a very nice country show with plenty to see and do

Not strictly a woodworking show more a country crafts , mobile bandsaws , the odd steam driven saw ,woodcarving . a very nice walk though the woods with lots of woodland activities going on.

also included is entry to the motor museum, the country house and the wildfowl area lots of ducks and geese ect.

you should not be disappointed.

regards John

Thread: Record Universal
11/09/2008 20:07:00

John

best of luck with the record I'm shore it will be fine , and cheaper than the hammer anyway

I should have looked at the date on your orinal post and would have known my comments were to late

Cheers John

10/09/2008 22:15:00

Hi John

I had a record maxi 26 not very good

so i changed it for a hammer C3-31 absolutely brilliant quality ,precision ,and accuracy are the name of the game buy one you wont regret it

John

Thread: Universal or separate
08/09/2008 20:19:00
I second That Jan
20/08/2008 21:56:00

I have a universal (Hammer c331) briliant peice of engineering quick and easy between functions powerful and deadly acurate

A uni will save you a load of space site it in the center of the shop and get a wheel kit for minor adjustments to the position

John

Thread: workbench height
19/08/2008 16:23:00

Mine is the same height as my table saw so I can use it as a support when I slide 8x4 sheets across it.

I also have wheels at one end and some fold down handles at the other end so if I need more space it is easily moved

  John

Thread: Latest Poject
18/08/2008 19:48:00

Thanks Ben

Yes I enjoyed making the little chair Isobelle likes it to

John

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