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  1. Thanks Mike. I do wish we could bottle your...

    Thanks Mike.

    I do wish we could bottle your “go for it” willingness to tackle complex moldings and edgings. Part of my “elegance” (keeping it simple) is that I have not the skills you so...
  2. Very slowly, Steven :) Regards from Perth ...

    Very slowly, Steven :)

    Regards from Perth

    Derek
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    Downsides of the BS: the LN, another side-clamp...

    Downsides of the BS: the LN, another side-clamp guide which registers the back of the blade, is much more compact (better use of stone) and nearly half the price. You do need to make your own...
  4. Thanks Scott Kind regards Derek

    Thanks Scott

    Kind regards

    Derek
  5. If we wish to debate which the best plough, I...

    If we wish to debate which the best plough, I could through into the ring one I built myself, from scratch ...

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    George uses Spyderco Medium and Ultra Fine,...

    George uses Spyderco Medium and Ultra Fine, finishing on green compound, as I do.

    Regards from Perth

    Derek
  7. Thanks John. Regards from Perth Derek

    Thanks John.

    Regards from Perth

    Derek
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    Jason, you are comparing apples with oranges. ...

    Jason, you are comparing apples with oranges.

    The bottom line is that diamond stones are available in coarse grits, generally topping out at 1200 grit. There are finer stones available, such as...
  9. And because of Thomas saying that I am not in the...

    And because of Thomas saying that I am not in the class of Studley (who is he? :)) , here is an updated Drawer #2 ...


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    Three Starrett squares: 300mm...
  10. While I am posting, it appears that I omitted to...

    While I am posting, it appears that I omitted to post Drawer #1 when this was completed. Probably because it was not especially clever.


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  11. Thomas, the chisels find uses for different...

    Thomas, the chisels find uses for different tasks. A wide one may be used to level a dowel or raised section. A narrow one may smooth a groove. A medium one can reach into the corner of a rebate.
    ...
  12. Hi Mike I've heard (sic) great things about...

    Hi Mike

    I've heard (sic) great things about both the Empire and Jelco. What cartridge? I had a Rega 3 some years back. A classic. Now I run a highly modified Thorens TD150/Rega RB300/Supex 900...
  13. Jim, in actuality I have a small space. Storage...

    Jim, in actuality I have a small space. Storage is mostly at the rear of a double garage. Over three decades of serious woodworking, until now, I have only ever built quick-and-dirty cabinets for...
  14. The final drawer of the underbench cabinet.

    I finally managed to start, and to complete, drawer #10 of the underbench cabinet ... the last drawer!


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    Dovetail markers (shopmade in brass, and a...
  15. That looks great, Mike. I'm guessing that the...

    That looks great, Mike. I'm guessing that the Cherry will darken and the Walnut lighten over time ... perhaps come to look much the same and lose the contrast. Good choice of grain direction...
  16. Chuck, round knobs can loosen with all planes...

    Chuck, round knobs can loosen with all planes when they are tightened by fingers. A better method would have been thumb screws. What I have done on all my knobs is add a slot for a screwdriver. Here...
  17. Thomas, my preference would be the Veritas Small...

    Thomas, my preference would be the Veritas Small Plow. You will need to add the T&G kit to it. If the cost is a factor - and I have no idea of this - then the Stanley #45 is a definite option … but...
  18. The back will only prevent racking. It will not...

    The back will only prevent racking. It will not help resist the sides bowing outwards.

    You need a brace which pulls the sides inwards. This is why I suggested a stretcher (hidden below a shelf) at...
  19. I have a 10.8v (Festool C12), which is rated 12v...

    I have a 10.8v (Festool C12), which is rated 12v in the USA. I think that this has 1.5 ah batteries. This is perfect for a workshop, for drilling and driving, with two batteries. 10.8v may sound low,...
  20. Hi Thomas I think that you meant to choose...

    Hi Thomas

    I think that you meant to choose between the Veritas Small Plow with T&G accessory ...

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  21. Bill, it appears to me that that issue is the...

    Bill, it appears to me that that issue is the bowed sides, and that these need to be reinforced to ensure that the shelves do not drop out if the sides continue to move.

    I would not use dowels,...
  22. CBN is safe to grind all steel, except mild steel...

    CBN is safe to grind all steel, except mild steel or unhardened/annealed steel. If the grit does become clogged (by grinding these soft metals), then grind hard steel to clear it.

    Regards from...
  23. Assaf, have you read my article on my website: ...

    Assaf, have you read my article on my website: http://www.inthewoodshop.com/WoodworkTechniques/UltimateGrindingSharpeningSetUp.html

    My main CBN wheel is an 8" 180 grit. I also have a 80 grit. The...
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    Ian, I think it comes down to how serious an...

    Ian, I think it comes down to how serious an amateur woodworker you are, and how deep is your pocket.

    I have had a Hammer N4400 for 10 years, A3-31 for 7 years, and K3 for 4 or 5 years. They have...
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    As mentioned earlier, I have had my Hammer N4400...

    As mentioned earlier, I have had my Hammer N4400 for 10 years, and am still on the original tyre (Australian/English spelling). Of course, Murphy’s Law, this thread starts up and the tyre comes off....
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