Show your recent Tool/s Loot

Re: Show your recent Tool/s Loot

Unread post #3061 by fortnapz » Thu Jul 06, 2017 2:28 pm



Naiwan ang kahon. Hindi kasya sa Batmobile
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Re: Show your recent Tool/s Loot

Unread post #3062 by gattaca » Thu Jul 06, 2017 5:02 pm

joey81 wrote:
joey81 wrote:
Jul 05, 2017 00:22:38:000 CAINTA RIZAL, PH UNLOADED (WAREHOUSE)


Uy! May bagong dating! Ano kaya ang laman?


Naiwan ang kahon. Hindi kasya sa Batmobile
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Looks to be a lathe with a medium-ish length bed. Heavy nevertheless compared to woodworking machines.

Where's the pedestal?

Do post some pics when it is in its final location and making chips. :wave:
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Re: Show your recent Tool/s Loot

Unread post #3063 by timber715 » Thu Jul 06, 2017 10:30 pm

sabihan nyo si Ronel magpost ng pictures ng lathe ha?! :wave:
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Re: Show your recent Tool/s Loot

Unread post #3064 by balarila » Sun Jul 16, 2017 5:25 am

Was in Makati Friday so swung by Ace at Greenbelt to pick up some Elmer's. Was surprised that one of the bottles I got was this:

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Anyone used this yet? It claims to be waterproof and stainable. I'm hoping it's as good as Titebond III.
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Re: Show your recent Tool/s Loot

Unread post #3065 by Violaine » Mon Jul 17, 2017 11:06 am

I was using the same for a couple of projects Ding. could not compare it to TB3 as in terms of waterproof ability. but at least when its Elmers, we are sure of the quality. I believe this is a strong contender for TB3.

What projects are you making now?
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Re: Show your recent Tool/s Loot

Unread post #3066 by bigfoot » Mon Jul 17, 2017 11:54 am

I got that a few months back and googled for reviews, my research led me to testimonials that their cutting board still holding up well after 20-30 years, and TB2 wasn't available then.
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Re: Show your recent Tool/s Loot

Unread post #3067 by balarila » Mon Jul 17, 2017 2:04 pm

Thanks, Doc & Jun. This glue is worth experimenting on then.

Doc, while working on the humidor, I'm starting on a porch table. Will start the thread in a bit.
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Re: Show your recent Tool/s Loot

Unread post #3068 by gattaca » Fri Aug 04, 2017 6:45 pm

Not sure if anyone here can identify the black spur stick is for beside my newly acquired spokeshave

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Edit: mamya ko na post pic, hirap pag sa phone.
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Re: Show your recent Tool/s Loot

Unread post #3069 by JojoD818 » Thu Aug 10, 2017 1:52 pm

"One Bosch tool every 2 months" that's what my wife said to me... or at least I thought it was. :lolno:

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Re: Show your recent Tool/s Loot

Unread post #3070 by JojoD818 » Thu Aug 10, 2017 2:02 pm

This is the pad that came with my gex 125

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The replacement pads I got from Panda didn't have holes in them.

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I was told that it will clog more easily without the holes for dust extraction so I just traced the original pad and punched the holes.

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