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  1. mynamehere

    Bosch GCM 12 GDL - Replace laser with saw shadow line

    I bet you could sell a few of them! cheers, Ferenc
  2. mynamehere

    Scaffold pole table legs? Any experience

    This stuff is a bit bigger as in normal scaffolding tube sizes, not expensive either! https://www.scaffoldingsupplies.co.uk/products/all-tubeclamps.html Cheers! Ferenc
  3. mynamehere

    Importance of safety

    So basically this could happen to anybody anytime with any router bit, "luckily" I have to wear glasses anyway and normally swap them for prescription safety ones when I go in t'shop. Cheers! Ferenc
  4. mynamehere

    Importance of safety

    Very lucky escape, I always wear my safety glasses when using fast spinny sharp bits, like Andy I've had one splinter picked out of my eye, another one had to be drilled out! Is it not a quality issue for a router bit to break like that? I've hit metal before with some of mine it would chew up...
  5. mynamehere

    Duck tape or duct tape?

    we use Denso tape for preservation on blank machine parts and valves, the messiest stickiest stuff known to man. After handling just a bit of it the gloves go straight in the bin!
  6. mynamehere

    For Sale Workshop Clear-out Part 2

    I would like the winding sticks and the saw please! Cheers! Ferenc
  7. mynamehere

    Oak reclaimed railway sleepers

    I've cut a few just for garden borders and the smell when cutting was terrible, if I remember right my throat was hurting for a day or so, god knows what kind of carp they were treated with. The Bandsaw will probably cope okay but wear some breathing protection. Cheers! Ferenc
  8. mynamehere

    Table saw questions

    There is still one for sale from Petey83, comes with the wheel kit and some other bits for £925,-... Cheers! Ferenc
  9. mynamehere

    The Chop, Sky History (Sky 123)Thuesday 15th 9:00

    Schau es mal an, gibt ein paar ganz schöne Sachen...
  10. mynamehere

    The Chop, Sky History (Sky 123)Thuesday 15th 9:00

    There's a whole series of documentaries on youtube from german tv, it's called "SWR Handwerkskunst" where allsorts gets built from violins to huge yard gates, tables, boats etc., no drama or annoying commentary and background music and put together really really well to show the craftsman and...
  11. mynamehere

    Any decent table saw books??

    Maybe check Amazon for choice and reviews, something like https://www.amazon.co.uk/Table-Saw-Book-Kelly-Mehler/dp/1561584266 if you scroll down on the link there are other suggestions as well. Cheers! Ferenc
  12. mynamehere

    Newbiest of newbie questions: what's an MFT for?

    96mm would be a multiple of 32mm, a size used for kitchen cabinets and all the spacings that come with it if I'm not wrong, Google 32MM system if you want to know more. Cheers! Ferenc
  13. mynamehere

    Plane and Chisel Sharpening Tools

    Oh heck, this is gonna open a can of worms, I don't think that 90° is an angle to aim for on any cutting tool, 25-30 is kind of the angle to aim for, I'm sure other people will come in with some more tips... Cheers! Ferenc
  14. mynamehere

    Bosch PBD 40 drill on offer

    Somewhere in the answered questions a measurement of 125MM or 5" is mentioned. Cheers! Ferenc
  15. mynamehere

    Bosch PBD 40 drill on offer

    If anyone has an interest in the Bosch PDB 40 drill and has (or knows somebody with) an Amazon Prime account, they're on offer for £188,- today. Cheers! Ferenc
  16. mynamehere

    ALDI 10" bandsaw is available online now for £150 if you're quick

    Isn't that a handheld bandsaw for metal work on site? Cheers! Ferenc
  17. mynamehere

    Land rover

    I've got a 2010 90 with 2 seats in the back, Insurance isn't too bad but £550,- a year road tax. It's by far the worst car I've ever bought by far, something big goes wrong almost every year and the overall build quality is just bad, I call it the clown car. I love it though and wouldn't dream...
  18. mynamehere

    Looking for recommendations to buy a decent portable/foldable workbench

    I got the more expensive B&D Workmate a few years ago, it's a pretty stable platform and also gets decent reviews on Amazon, not the cheapest option though...
  19. mynamehere

    Help choosing circular saw

    I have the Makita that you linked to, it was my first circular saw a few years ago. It's a nice piece of kit for £120,-, but if I had known then what I know now (not much) I would have spent a bit more and bought a track saw, since I got the track saw the circular saw hasn't seen much...
  20. mynamehere

    Staircase spindle movement

    Are you asking for advice how to fix the problem or are you asking for approval on here for not going back? Cheers! Ferenc