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For Sale / Kity 636 planet thicknesser
« Last post by GaryJ on Today at 01:45:55 PM »
Selling on behalf of neighbour who has been taken into a care home.
Appears to be in excellent condition.
£250ono
Coventry area , in shed at bottom of garden
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For Sale / Re: Thompson 3/4” Bottom Bowl Gouge
« Last post by icewoodturning on Today at 12:49:51 PM »
The Photo on the Thompson website is incorrect.

Correct phots attached.
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For Sale / Re: Thompson 3/4” Bottom Bowl Gouge
« Last post by Mike313 on Today at 07:36:00 AM »
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For Sale / Thompson 3/4” Bottom Bowl Gouge
« Last post by iethell on Today at 07:12:51 AM »
I have a 3/4” Thompson CPM10V bottom bowl gouge for sale. Unused and still in original packaging, as it was shipped in error. £120 o.v.n.o. + p&p.
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General Discussion / Re: Lighting
« Last post by burywoodturners on November 20, 2019, 02:40:44 PM »
I just can't stop winning really.

Give it a couple of years and it will save you so much on the electricity it will pay for itself and probably save at least half a polar bear too...  ;)
What am I going to do with half a polar bear?

Easy, buy two lamps and save a whole one
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Tool tips & reviews / Re: Show us your Home made jigs and racks
« Last post by The Bowler Hatted Turner on November 20, 2019, 01:15:35 PM »
Doing a job today that needed me to part the work off but with a proviso that I may have to mount it again at a later time, so I needed to be able to centre it. So I made a wooden bell punch, look them up on the internet. I had an old stainless steel plumbob weight that acts as the point.Centres true every time.
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General Discussion / Re: Lighting
« Last post by The Bowler Hatted Turner on November 20, 2019, 01:09:18 PM »
Eat it. Or mount it on a big wooden slab and hang it in your lounge. Or find somebody who also has half a polar bear from savings on his workshop lights and stitch them together to make a whole one.
This is more complicated than you think fuzzy, as I would have to find someone with the opposite half otherwise it wouldn't work!! ;D ;D ;D
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General Discussion / Re: Lighting
« Last post by Twisted Trees on November 20, 2019, 10:11:54 AM »
You snooze you lose  ;D back in stock now, but price has gone up to £15.99. Obviously at £1.99 they were too popular  :)
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General Discussion / Re: Lighting
« Last post by fuzzyturns on November 20, 2019, 09:12:37 AM »
Eat it. Or mount it on a big wooden slab and hang it in your lounge. Or find somebody who also has half a polar bear from savings on his workshop lights and stitch them together to make a whole one.
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