thanks for taking the time to do this paul, appreciated
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cheers for the comp
where did you find him jim ? where are you in ig tatman
wow jim speechless in a good way ,well done thats incredible for a second attempt
ive a good condition abu 9000c 2 speed that really should be moved on if its any use
what everyone else has said paul ! stunning ,i particularly like the richness and warmth of the wood on that one
cheers for the comp kev
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cheers for that
spot on quality jim 2 turned up this morning well pleased ,are yours just mounted with screws through the flange as they appear or did you beef up the mounting at all? they seem well up to supporting themselves but just checking first
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ideal dan enjoy
would solvent weld work ?
as others have said ,both very clean looking and useful shapes and well put together
im learning "slowly but i am learning " old habits and all that !
cheers jimmy ,so the hoods under the platern are not extracted then ? i only need one extracted over the back then but i like the idea of using a front hopper into a bucket , do you find the hoods over the drive/tracking stop much coming back at your body/face ?
one for jimmypie !
jimmy im in the middle of rehashing my workshop and need to sort some dust extraction/control for the grinder ,how are you finding this working and if its working ok where did you get the hoods from please
im using one of the 50l extractors that you linked to a while ago
i had an email from axminster power tools the other day some of their bench drills were on offer ,it may be worth a look ,mind ive had a smaller version of the one jimmy has for about 7-8 years now and got to admit its had a wee bit of abuse and still going strong ,only downside is the table is not over rigid but a good block of wood under sorts that
scrubb the axminster bit ive just had a look and it seems they have all gone !
really looking forward to seeing these progress jim