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#1 holdenboy1960 OFFLINE  

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Posted July 23, 2016 - 07:09 AM

I am starting this thread for my wood work tools ( Electric & Hand ) tools so as i get things sorted & gear repaired & fixed ,the shed secured from thieves i'll just be adding on ( Updating the Thread ) as i go

 

i have a lot to do yet & a lot of stuff to show , 99.9 % is from curbside which has been kind to me over the yrs  , i will post a little caption with pic's as i can, so here goes .

 

PB290068.JPG the bed on this 1 about 3f 6" long i had to set the motor on  it , induction start type as curbsiders use the motors for scrap PC020107.JPG

 

this pis is the small lathe about 2 ft bed , it come with the drill fitted on it PB290071.JPG

 

this item is a planer & saw deck in 1 unit made is South Australia PB290075.JPG

PC020101.JPG i have replaced the cutter blade & sharpened the planer blades ready to be reinstalled & with most of the stuff had to replace the motor aswell induction start is my prefered e/motor 

 

Shane


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Posted July 23, 2016 - 07:14 AM

Nice tools!


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Posted July 23, 2016 - 07:29 AM

a combination of odd's & ends drills , chisels & such , sorry about some of the pic's there not the best of quality  PC030117.JPG PC030118.JPG 2 pic's to fit them all in 

all bits & pieces in containers i have been sorting slowly from out of the old stables 


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Posted July 23, 2016 - 07:39 AM

Do you do wood working? I would love to see some if you do.


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Posted July 23, 2016 - 07:57 AM

Always liked wood work but  i'm not to good at it as i never had the opportunity to learn much about it but i know just enough of the basics to get me started , but practice will make me better , so will post as i try different things ,

 

i am mainly setting up the stuff so i can do work on the ole house out bush where i stay on the Folks property when i collect a heap more timber ( boards & such )


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