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      I hesitate to ask, but what is the 'rod' method that you refer to Jacob? Thanks.
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      If I would set out to address this issue I would typically aim for overkill and future proofing. Thinking along the line of running a...
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      TomGW replied to the thread Hi. Theatre set builder here.
      Welcome and looking forward to seeing the writing shack project in progress.
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      TomGW replied to the thread Electronics Project help needed..
      I much prefer to repair rather than replace but sometimes it's just not practical or cost effective. This looks like one of those times...
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      TomGW replied to the thread WANTED robert sorby pro edge.
      It doesn't have to be the Craftsman machine. Any similar sized belt sander could be modified in the same way. While I don't have a...
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      A track saw can easily trim a narrow strip off a wider panel but it's difficult to trim a narrow strip off a narrow board. Indeed a...
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      TomGW replied to the thread WANTED robert sorby pro edge.
      A Pro Edge is a belt sander with an adjustable tool holder that comes with a huge price premium. A DIY version...
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      TomGW replied to the thread Log Cabin Workshop 3.5m x 4.5m.
      I helped my brother-in-law to erect a Dunster House garden room after he had installed the base which was larger than the footprint of...
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      TomGW replied to the thread Mystery thing.
      Two for each radio and after fitting radios in a few motor homes the auto electrician decided that he didn't need the accumulation that...
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      TomGW replied to the thread 8 point sockets.
      The Snap-on lifetime guarantee is good, but then you have already paid for the replacement when you initially bought the first one. IMO...
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      If possible, take a look at some static caravan layouts. In my experience these include the smallest possible configuration for a single...
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      TomGW replied to the thread Multitool advice.
      Agree. Bodger's tools, but there are some jobs where they are very useful, a game changer even. I've just finished fitting panelling in...
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      TomGW replied to the thread Removing some of truss Webbing.
      What you are considering is actually building a new roof structure inside the roof, whilst retaining & attaching the rafter elements of...
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      TomGW replied to the thread Do I need a track saw / table saw?.
      Another recommendation for the Parkside/Lidl. I have one and also a Festool TS55, so I do think I'm in a good position to offer an...
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      TomGW replied to the thread Removing some of truss Webbing.
      I know someone who cut out the entire length from one end of a 1970s bungalow to the other and replaced it with a chipboard 'tunnel' of...
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