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Member postings for Joe O 3

Here is a list of all the postings Joe O 3 has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.

Thread: Alan Peters
12/07/2009 00:28:29
i agree with Sparky, not much on the net about the Great man.
I would say the person who would know most about his condition would be Jeremy Broun ex-Good Woodworking.
Thread: Amazing what they can do with a little wood
09/07/2009 00:33:13
Seems the Great man Sparky was right after all
Posted by sparky on 07/07/2009 23:29:03:
Stay calm Ralph, your be using it by Thursday


Thread: Alans Gates
07/07/2009 01:47:07
Hi Alan,
I agree with Richard with regard to the diagnol brace. Also i would recomend fitting a bolt at the bottom of the right hand gate to the ground to take the strain off the latch. That aside you have a very nice set of gates.
Thread: mitre saws
01/07/2009 01:02:09
Belated welcome to the forum, complements on your fine workpersonship and sorry about your accident.
I would say send a detailed letter to the company (registered if necessary) giving them full details of exactly what happened to you and see what response you get.
Then if you are not satisfied you should contact Trading Standards and/or Citizens advice to find out your rights.
Thread: Conor's table
30/06/2009 15:20:00
I second what Marc said. very well done
Thread: how to start up? what machines recomended
20/06/2009 01:33:42
Firstly welcome to the forum. What you need to buy depends on your budget and what area of woodworking you are interested in. Then fill in your member profile because then members who might be familiar with your area  could advise you on what to buy and where to get what you are after.
Thread: Simon Forrest's gallery of fine craftmanship
01/06/2009 20:57:52
Hi Simon,
Welcome to the forum. I agree with everything Sparky said.  some very fine pieces. Well done and keep up the good work.
Thread: Nesting
31/05/2009 14:00:26
Top quality as always. A lovely piece.
Thread: bits and peices
21/05/2009 00:08:45
Big Boab,
Well done!
Thread: Jim's boxes
21/05/2009 00:05:25
I agree with everything said above. Nice proportions, choice of timbers and the finish.
Well done.
Thread: Toothy's teeth
08/05/2009 01:49:25
It looked good when i last comented on the pre-sealed photos it looked very good.
The finished product is even better. lovely finish.  like the dovetails too
 Well done.
Thread: Sparky`s Owl
04/05/2009 21:30:12
Well done Marc,
A fine piece of carving.
Thread: Cristoff's Box
28/04/2009 22:22:17
Lovely stuff, Well worth waiting for. Keep up the good work.
Thread: Finished, at last!
28/04/2009 15:57:05
Well done,  a well crafted piece. I haven''t come across Chestnut''s acrylic laquer before (not advertising Marc) but if i come across it i will give it a try.
Again very well done mate.
Thread: Small Yew Box
23/04/2009 23:58:30
I totally agree with everything  Ralph and Derek said before. looks like it was just one solid turning. Well done.
Thread: what router?
23/04/2009 21:50:53
You should be able to pick up a Draper 1200w for  about €80 to €100. Mine was about €80 a couple of years ago. PS Marc (Sparkey) can tell you about them
Thread: Trend Router Table Insert
21/04/2009 16:47:23
Nice looking table, well made, well done!
Thread: Nice Draws
12/04/2009 22:08:46
Nice work Toothy! A good excuse to get more chisels.
Thread: Good Woodworking 213
03/04/2009 19:58:43
Hi all,
Like Thomas i spent the evening reading one of the best issues to date (213).
Jonathan: Well done!  The article on Sparkey's workshop was excellent and the photography was superb.
Marc: Congratulations on a very well written article, which i found i could follow without having to resort to the photos to understand. They were the icing on the cake.
Ben: The article on the desk build was very good. great pics.
I also enjoyed the profile on Chris Tribe.
Well done to all concerned.
Thread: P J's new pool'
02/04/2009 15:44:14
P J,   A briliant job there ! Well done. One picture doesn''t do it justice.
I can see  how when in the dining position, it doesn''t move but how do you stop it moving when in the pool position and how do you get the balls out of the pockets? I know i am propaply missing something obvious.
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