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      spanner48 replied to the thread Oak door.
      Fair enough; but that applies only to the exterior, since it's Grade 2. Another thought: is it necessary entirely to renew the door...
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      spanner48 replied to the thread Oak door.
      Let's start at the beginning: there s no "need to be changed". The Conservation Officer CANNOT order you do do anything to an existing...
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      spanner48 replied to the thread What am I doing wrong?.
      Why not copy, in smaller scale, what sawmills do? Cut the planks, then immediately stack them horizontally with 'Keeper Bars across...
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      spanner48 replied to the thread Gordon spanners.
      Good, solid spanners. Not the same quality as Britool or King dick, but very workmanlike. As Bod says, put them on eBay and see. I'd...
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      spanner48 replied to the thread Bench Grinder upgrade.
      Quite apart from the price, the photo shows support arrangements for the surface to be ground that are most unlikely to be rigid. Long...
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      spanner48 replied to the thread Fixing a poorly designed chair.
      It only looks like about 3/4". Don't that that would be too noticeable.
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      spanner48 replied to the thread Fixing a poorly designed chair.
      I would suggest: 1: Cut off the eroded stub end that's been in the joint with the steel bracket; profile the next - say 50mm to a...
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      My tuppence FWIW: chip-breaker problems are more often caused by twist than by hogging or sagging [apologies for the naval...
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      spanner48 replied to the thread Any saw makers out there?.
      Try Dieter Schmidt in Germany: https://www.fine-tools.com/make-your-own-saw.html They do plates for backsaws for €27 to €31...
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