I recently decided to use some “new” epoxy resin that I bought 2 years ago; Megapoxy HX. First thing was to ensure that my air compressor and pressure pot still worked. Pressurized the pot and left it overnight; vey pleased that it was still holding the pressure: Initial attempt was to ensure that the resin […]
Wooden trains anyone?
I have been batching some wooden train sets out recently. After the initial cutting and drilling is some then the pieces are something that I can glue up in pieces when I have some free time. I think I may have bought more parts than I need: I am trying to standardise on 2 […]
Dyed Stabilised Pen Blanks – interesting results
I bought these blanks over a year ago on Facebook, the first photo is the sale photo and next to it the actual receipt I do like the labels; it is a small thing but so helpful later on. They are stabilised which means soaked in resin and then baked in an oven to […]
Something different – Desk Organisers / Desk Caddies
Something different – Desk Organisers / Desk Caddies Saw this on Instagram and decided that it looked straight forward, a good use of scraps and none for sale in Australia. Used timber I already had based the sizes on my timber. Deciding what holes was a mixture of identifying what forstner drill bits I had […]
Fathers Day Presents for sale
Examples of pens that I sell that would be perfect as a Fathers day or birthday present. Available from my eBay and Etsy Stores Shock Absorber, Bullet, Gear Shift, EDC Duraclick Click, Stratus Click and Golf pencil shown below: Alternatives available with different looks: The gear shift pens are reasonable heavy whereas the EDC click […]
Shire Woodworking Club – June 2019 Newsletter
Shire Woodworking Club – June 2019 Newsletter posted below. The visit by the Australian Prime Minister on his was to vote got a big write-up this month; he is the local federal MP though and has visited the club in the past. The club does well out of elections as the local polling booth is […]
My website got hacked – now back and operational.
I have been a bit busy lately so haven’t recently posted any updated so only found out when I went to post the Shire Woodworking Club’s May newsletter. There was nothing done to my content but a dodgy redirection was added. Luckily I was still able to access the administration console so was able to […]
Shire Woodworking Club – May 2019 Newsletter
Shire Woodworking Club – May 2019 Newsletter posted below. Good to see our oldest member celebrating his 98th birthday at the club; he is very spry and manages to make most monthly maxi days. Some great photos from the Sydney Royal Easter Show; unfortunately I didn’t make it so was please that these were […]