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  1. nosuchhounds

    Good resources for first wardrobe build

    Pocket holes is definitely a good idea!
  2. nosuchhounds

    Good resources for first wardrobe build

    Ah nice, ill check them out
  3. nosuchhounds

    Good resources for first wardrobe build

    I'm embarking on my first fitted wardrobe build and looking for any good reference material to look at, any suggestions? It will be a triple wardrobe with 2 large drawers. I was planning on shaker style but with artificial rattan weave accents. Im a fan of Peter Millard's work and taken a lot...
  4. nosuchhounds

    Careful who you let teach you (table saws again)

    Ive followed this guy for a while. Shop full of Bridge City and Woodpeckers tools. I prefer the rebranded name though
  5. nosuchhounds

    Expensive lesson in rushing

    The rail protrudes a bit too much on the left side of the bench, i might cut it down to size anyway (thats my excuse anyway) I was very precious leaving saw marks in the top at first but then realised its a tool to be used not a show pony
  6. nosuchhounds

    Expensive lesson in rushing

    Thats it. I know where i went wrong. Rushing, not taking a break. Im always reminded of a Nascar racer that had 'Think' on his steering wheel. Not a bad idea..
  7. nosuchhounds

    Expensive lesson in rushing

    A couple of stupid mistakes made today on my festool mft. First, saw wasnt proper on the guide rail, shot across the rail and caused a pretty ugly scar in the rail Second, going from 45 degree cut using the fence to a 90 i left the rail pretruding past the splinter guard and cut through it...
  8. nosuchhounds

    110v or 240v?

    I was looking at the makita 110v thicknesser. It will only be used in my workshop
  9. nosuchhounds

    110v or 240v?

    Apart from the need for a transformer are there any differences in performance between a 110v and 240v? 110v usually come up cheaper new
  10. nosuchhounds

    Work experience, learning and upping skills

    Yes this is where im thinking of starting. Create a portfolio based on home projects. I have a couple of built ins that i could use as portfolio pieces.
  11. nosuchhounds

    Work experience, learning and upping skills

    Its a tough one but you can go through life just earning but not rich in satisfaction, or you can take the money and feel youve never achieved I like to think work should make you satisfied, proud and tired. This is coming from my current position though we're im basically paid well to work...
  12. nosuchhounds

    Work experience, learning and upping skills

    I suppose its the addage of its no longer a hobby when it becomes a job
  13. nosuchhounds

    Work experience, learning and upping skills

    In my current employment I get a fixed 2 weeks off every 5. These are currently spent learning and building basics as well as general other tasks (childcare, general housework etc). Ultimately i would like to come away from the job im in at the minute, its not satisfying although well paid. Ive...
  14. nosuchhounds

    Isotunes or other Bluetooth ear protection

    Has anyone any experience with Isotunes? Theres mixed reviews. Any other recommendations for hearing protection with BT capability?
  15. nosuchhounds

    Finishing birch plywood arcade cabinet

    Very nice. Im a huge fan of exposed Plywood edges and of Polyx oil. They look fantastic
  16. nosuchhounds

    Metal or wood?

    Lovely work that!
  17. nosuchhounds

    Which bench top thicknesser?

    I believe that the Makita and Metabo have spiral cutters available as and upgrade
  18. nosuchhounds

    MFT and Shaper Origin

    Im about to start my journey with MFT and have been interested in Shaper for a while, thanks for the heads up on the vid!
  19. nosuchhounds

    Which bench top thicknesser?

    Im in the market for a benchtop thicknesser. I hear good things about the Makita 2012NB and the slightly cheaper Metabo DH330. Any users out there? My heart says Makita although from what I understand the Metabo is wider. Any other suggestions?
  20. nosuchhounds

    Bandsaw Buddy

    I was tempted by this, I was just going to chuck it in the basket when I come to ordering other bits. Im a newbie and rarely use my bandsaw, it needs a proper setup
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