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    OK Thanks. When will you be home from work? Will...

    OK Thanks. When will you be home from work? Will try to pick it up by the weekend, if you're around.
    Regards,
    Kryn
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    Hi Adam, I'll take it. will wait and see what...

    Hi Adam, I'll take it. will wait and see what else you cleanse out of the shed, then pick it up, IF that's OK?
    Kryn
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    Found out a few months ago as to what REPCO...

    Found out a few months ago as to what REPCO actually stands for, this was told to me by an ex employee.
    Rip Every Poor Customer Off:D
  4. Try contacting this bloke, he has a "for sale"...

    Try contacting this bloke, he has a "for sale" site on Gumtree of various manuals, not involved in any way, just saw the listing there....
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    DEFINITELY not a waste of money, the cutting edge...

    DEFINITELY not a waste of money, the cutting edge is a lot better than using side cutters, as the wire is usually a high tensile. Some mongrel here, used my good side cutter to cut MIG wire and they...
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    Technical Workshop Manuals

    With members asking for various Machinery Manuals, I came across this on Gumtree.
    https://www.gumtree.com.au/s-ad/morphett-vale/other-books/techinical-workshop-manuals-books-/1048878394
    Hopefully...
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    Just going by what the sticker on it said. Also,...

    Just going by what the sticker on it said. Also, was told by a bloke with a Pacemaker, not to come near him with a metal detector....
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    6X4 Bandsaw Speed Hand Wheel

    For those of us with a 6X4 Bandsaw (or any other sized bandsaw), going from cutting a bit of 3mm on edge to cutting 150mm on its flat, can be very time consuming. I had this idea of fitting an Allen...
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    Alf, NO vacuum cleaner will be better for picking...

    Alf, NO vacuum cleaner will be better for picking up swarf, unless the swarf is very small.
    Drill swarf will block the suction hose in about 30 seconds. DAMHIKT
    I ended up getting a magnetic...
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    Sharpening a Centre Punch

    To get a nice consistent point on my Centre Punches, I put them in the DP at around 600 rpm, and use a small angle grinder held at the correct angle, for a short period.
    Taking off the mushroom head...
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    If Postage payment fails, I'll take it. Kryn

    If Postage payment fails, I'll take it.
    Kryn
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    :iagree: Thanks for the Video Greg, was it built...

    :iagree:
    Thanks for the Video Greg, was it built from scratch or come as a kit?? Also if it's not too personal, what did it set you back dollar wise??
    Kryn
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    Have you decided on what sheet you're going to...

    Have you decided on what sheet you're going to use, Black, Zinc, or Galv? Asking as we have a s**t load (1.5 tonne approx) of 1.15 galv sheet offcuts 300 wide and 400 wide X 2400 if they're of any...
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    The idea of stretching the sheet first is to...

    The idea of stretching the sheet first is to minimise any distortion, have added a link for you. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pteWv4-1mAU
    Instead of going to the expense of a bead roller, which...
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    What is the widest and length of your drawers,...

    What is the widest and length of your drawers, asking as this will assist in the correct thickness of sheet metal?
    If the widest of your drawers is to be say 500mm then with ribbing that should be...
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    I tried going from AutoCAD to Fusion, IT did my...

    I tried going from AutoCAD to Fusion, IT did my head in, couldn't work it out at all. I gave up in the end, and stuck with what I knew.
    Kryn
  17. What were they making to get that sort of...

    What were they making to get that sort of quantity of scrap????
    Kryn
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    Trying to describe something you are trying to...

    Trying to describe something you are trying to make is VERY difficult at times, if you could post a pic or sketch of what you're trying to achieve will get you more direct answers, instead of us...
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    It's yours Simon, if it was posted a week...

    It's yours Simon, if it was posted a week earlier, I had friends visit family in Geelong:(.
    OH WELL such is life.
    Kryn
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    Hi Steve, would you be prepared to post this, at...

    Hi Steve, would you be prepared to post this, at my expense of course?
    If so, I'll take it.
    Kryn
  21. Tonnage required to bend Flat Bar Calculator

    While looking to work out what size press is required to bend Flat Bar, I came across this site. Others may find it handy to be able to work out what tonnage it requires to bend flat bars for their...
  22. As you'll be getting the tines cut, they can also...

    As you'll be getting the tines cut, they can also cut the holes (any shape) in the plate for you, for not much extra. That way they'll all be the same and save you a LOT of extra work.
    Kryn
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    Hi Peter, Found a Product Colour Code Chart from...

    Hi Peter, Found a Product Colour Code Chart from Atlas steel and it looks like it could be 8620H a case hardening steel.
    The number you quoted, could be anything from an Invoice number to a stock...
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    Watch out that you don't loose the serious...

    Watch out that you don't loose the serious discussion!!!:D
    Kryn
  25. I'm sure it wouldn't be too hard, to make it so...

    I'm sure it wouldn't be too hard, to make it so that tines can be added or removed easily, so that you end up with both root rake and forks.
    Kryn
  26. If anything, I prefer something that is an...

    If anything, I prefer something that is an overkill at present, because it will allow you to cut larger material should the need arise. We have a bandsaw here that works right on its limit (150mm @...
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    Pity it weren't a linisher. How much room are you...

    Pity it weren't a linisher. How much room are you trying to create??
  28. Thanks Joe, and the same to you and your family,...

    Thanks Joe, and the same to you and your family, plus ALL the Members, Staff and Guests
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    Hi Steve, I'm not 100% certain on this, but I'd...

    Hi Steve, I'm not 100% certain on this, but I'd say they had a boring head that has the ability to expand itself once in the hole. One brand is Waulteper or something similar, someone may chime in...
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    I vaguely remember using a machine very similar,...

    I vaguely remember using a machine very similar, when I first left school. NO it wasn't used to build the ark, but I think it came from around that time. It ran continuously, no clutches or anything,...
  31. Hi Eric, I doubt that you'll get a proper grommet...

    Hi Eric, I doubt that you'll get a proper grommet in the size you're after, but I found something that may be adaptable for you.
    Here's the link;...
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    Trailer wiring

    When running wiring inside a trailer chassis, I use MIG wire with a short (300mm) length of fluorescent brickies stringline. The string always sits at the bottom and is easily seen because of the...
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    Not a problem if you're wanting local, we've sold...

    Not a problem if you're wanting local, we've sold trailers pretty well all over Australia.
    Not sure how you'd go with hydraulic brakes on both axles, never seen it done??? Probably use a slightly...
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    Glad to hear of the successful outcome. Hope you...

    Glad to hear of the successful outcome. Hope you mend soon.
    Kryn
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    If your load is only approx 200KG, why would you...

    If your load is only approx 200KG, why would you want a tandem axle?? The suspension would be quite stiff, which in turn can cause damage to the goods carried and to the trailer itself. You can save...
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    It's a drill press vise, not really suited to a...

    It's a drill press vise, not really suited to a milling machine.
    Kryn
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    Hi John, nice work. A tip I picked sometime ago,...

    Hi John, nice work. A tip I picked sometime ago, was to drill the ends of the grub screws and place the little brass screws from electrical fittings, so they don't bite into the shaft, as even...
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    Looks like a swage lock as in making an eye on...

    Looks like a swage lock as in making an eye on the end of steel cable.
    Kryn
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    I'd go the Hydraulics and Drum brakes. They've...

    I'd go the Hydraulics and Drum brakes. They've been around for a long time and don't seem to give much trouble, (provided they're looked after). I'd suggest using a synthetic brake fluid as the...
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    Found this while looking to see what it looked...

    Found this while looking to see what it looked like, thought it some useful information.
    Coventry Diechasers - Millers Tooling, Brisbane, Australia.
    Kryn
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    Hi Steve, It's been a while since I've done any...

    Hi Steve, It's been a while since I've done any LPG cutting, but what he has shown is pretty well how I remember it. It's totally different to Oxy Acetylene.
    From memory you should also get a...
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    Those little sods can get into the most awkward...

    Those little sods can get into the most awkward spots. Glad to hear it's working again.
    Kryn
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    If you've the room, you could use a mechanical...

    If you've the room, you could use a mechanical calliper off a trailer.
    Kryn
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    You're limited to the usual angles, as far as I'm...

    You're limited to the usual angles, as far as I'm aware.
    Kryn
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    Hi Toumas, Very NICE.:2tsup: How did you polish...

    Hi Toumas, Very NICE.:2tsup: How did you polish the inside of the V???
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    Going by some of the comments in other DD...

    Going by some of the comments in other DD threads, there seem to be a few sitting/hiding in/under places.
    Post a thread in the wanted section, you may pick up a bargain.:D
    Kryn
  47. I used to be able to sharpen on both a bench...

    I used to be able to sharpen on both a bench grinder/linisher and angle grinder, but the eyes aren't what they used to be, so I do go to my DD on the smaller drill bits up to 1/4 or 6mm.
    Kryn
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    Don't quote me on this, but I thought the DD500...

    Don't quote me on this, but I thought the DD500 only goes up to 1/2", .500" or 13mm while the DD750 does 3/4", .750" or 19mm, and both will do the split points.
    And YES they do a good job on them,...
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    Thanks Grahame, very good information. Don't know...

    Thanks Grahame, very good information. Don't know why it didn't come up when I tried to search for information on repairing it.
    Kryn
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    Thanks for the pics of the adjustments, now I...

    Thanks for the pics of the adjustments, now I knows. Being a "vehicle refinisher", now explains the beautiful paint job.:2tsup:
    Kryn
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