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Member postings for Andrew

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Thread: 16 A power source
03/12/2010 19:28:02
Thanks OPJ its a good idea to install more than 1 socket at the same time. I will consider it at the time of it happening. I haven't made my mind yet when I shall do the installation. I think I shall first buy a saw and then think about the installation. First I need to sell my current entry level 10" SIP table saw. I have just listed it in the ebay. Hope it sells.
03/12/2010 09:46:35
Thanks Julian
02/12/2010 11:36:25
I am planning to buy a table saw which requires a 16A power supply. I do my wood working in a single car garrage which has a 13A domestic socket. My querry is will I be able to install a 16A power supply in my garrage. Any suggestion will be helpful.
Many thanks
Thread: Oilstones
24/10/2010 19:41:48
Hi pete
You had asked a question about the DeWalt bandsaw in another forum. Thought I will answer it here. Yes the Bandsaw is quiet loud, I agree.
24/10/2010 09:25:25
Hi pete
I recently purchased a Worksharp WS3000, I am very impressed with that machine. It makes sharpening so easy and less tiresome. I have very limited time in the workshop so I cant spend a lot of tome sharpening my tools and that's why i bought a power tool. Its worth it. Worth having a look at it especially its on sale in 
Thread: DeWalt Planner Thicknesser DW733
15/10/2010 10:08:39
that looks like quite loud. Now I need to rethink again. Hmmmm...
Thanks Baz
14/10/2010 18:26:03
Hi simon
If you have to put a decibel to that noise level, what do you think that number will be...
for example makita thicknesser profess to be 83db.
Thread: A Head of the rest
14/10/2010 03:17:18
Two things I have been watching closly....
The rescue of Chile's mine workers and your horse..
Now that one is done only your horse is left...
Thread: DeWalt Planner Thicknesser DW733
09/10/2010 11:19:53
Thanks Baz, I am particularly worried about the noise level. My fear is am I going to drive the neighbours crazy? Having said that, I only work in  my garage on the average once or twice a week.
07/10/2010 21:47:57
I am thinking of buying the above PT. Does anyone have that model.? Any advice will be of help. Thanks
Thread: Rocking horse Carving
15/09/2010 17:16:02
Derek, nice job and it is nicely shaping up. Could I ask with what tool you are carving?
Thread: Cot
30/08/2010 02:42:48
Hi Derek
Hoping to complete it before the end of september.
Thread: Excellent build
09/08/2010 14:23:16
Hello Khalid,
Gread workbench!
where about in India are you? When i come to  india, I can come and visit your shop.. i.e if you would permit.
Thanks for posting your phots...
Thread: Andrew's coffee table
15/03/2010 07:23:16
Thank you guys for your complements.
The design was not entirely mine, its a close look alike of a table i saw in an american website and  made some alterations. Lots of joinery work was first time for me (like through tenons), but throughly enjoyed doing this.
13/03/2010 08:17:25
Hello Sparky
The timber is quarter swan oak for the legs and the side rails and pippy oak for the rest.
Thread: Andy's Victorian style front door
12/03/2010 21:33:15
Andy excellent demo, enjoyed watching most of it. Thanks for taking the time to video this and post it here. God Bless you.
Andrew Babu
Thread: Brian Barber's album.
06/03/2010 18:12:46
Brian where do you buy your timber?
03/03/2010 19:41:56
Amazing work. Your work pieces are adorable. I will be looking forward to see more pictures and nick some ideas. Keep the good work going.
Thread: Sparky's been framed.
27/02/2010 18:26:43
Truly splendid work. Excellent mitre joint. Congrats
Thread: Alan's rocking chair
18/01/2010 16:05:13
Thanks Alan for the web sites.
Hello Sad Sam, You may also want to look at this site
That chap is based in Columbus, Ohio. He also sells his plan which I am thinking of buying.
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