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  1. Thread: The Cost

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    My bank manager once told me the the 3 most...

    My bank manager once told me the the 3 most important things to watch in business is Cash flow, Cash flow, and Cash flow.
    And beware of overtrading.

    Classic Symptoms of Overtrading
    High revenue...
  2. Thread: Resaw blade

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    It will take blades up to 2 inch but it will also...

    It will take blades up to 2 inch but it will also take much narrower blades as well.
  3. Thread: Disaster

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    First thing I knew about it was when the Shih...

    First thing I knew about it was when the Shih tzu’s jumped on the bed...whole lot of shaking going on :)124700 *edit* just found out the "epicentre" was in Crooksbarn Lane that's the next...
  4. Thread: Resaw blade

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    Yes I use Tuffsaw as well, for resaw work I...

    Yes I use Tuffsaw as well, for resaw work I recommend the super fast cut blades. https://www.tuffsaws.co.uk/index.php?route=product/category&path=4_15
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    Just completed another Soprano in this latest...

    Just completed another Soprano in this latest batch....this one is quite a pleasure to play...I donít know if this is because itís a special one (like some are) or that I was in a good mood at the...
  6. Thread: Odd Mix

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    I bought an Acacia chopping board from the local...

    I bought an Acacia chopping board from the local store (Tesco) and managed to get about 6 side sets from it.
    This sort of thing ...
  7. Thread: Odd Mix

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    Odd Mix

    I ran out of Cuban mahogany sides ..so I put this one together with Acacia sides...and it didn't turn out too bad...Cuban top and back, Acacia sides, Sapele neck, and Gabon ebony fret board..I think...
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    It’s a great drill press if you are lazy like me...

    It’s a great drill press if you are lazy like me , and don’t like changing the belts and pullies or having to find a chuck key...it’s not very good for using the SafeTplaner due to it being fiddly at...
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    Making Slotted Soprano Bridges.

    Testing out the iPad-Pro with iMovies.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ViN_WWk8MBI
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    All sawn up into chunks now enough for 8 sopranos...

    All sawn up into chunks now enough for 8 sopranos plus a few extra side ribs in case of breakages during bending.
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    I trimmed off a thin section around the rim,and...

    I trimmed off a thin section around the rim,and the end grain became very obvious and showed that there were no joints ..both table tops were all made from one broad plank.
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    invisible glue lines

    I have just recieved some reclaimed mahogany in the form of two very old drop leaf table tops..I have scrutinised them looking for the joints where the sections have been glued together so that I can...
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    https://www.ebay.co.uk/i/122535503470?chn=ps&var=4...

    https://www.ebay.co.uk/i/122535503470?chn=ps&var=422966652735&norover=1&mkevt=1&mkrid=710-134428-41853-0&mkcid=2&itemid=422966652735_122535503470&targetid=522579877143&device=c&mktype=pla&googleloc=90...
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    Titch ! Youre an artist :)

    Titch ! Youre an artist :)
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    I think you posted on the wrong thread Chuck...

    I think you posted on the wrong thread Chuck ..this is about bench height not slotted headstocks :)
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    Cuban and Ebony

    Finally got the strings on :)
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    See here....

    See here. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vx94zSkRWBU
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    A couple of sopranos ..Cuban mahogany bodies with...

    A couple of sopranos ..Cuban mahogany bodies with Sapele one piece necks and gaboon ebony fretboards...waiting for bridges & nuts. :)...
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    Sorry about that try again :)

    Sorry about that try again :)
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    New Video Tool ... iPad Pro

    Tested out my new iPad Pro today..I intend to make some more videos with it..I bought this because my old iPad 4 didnt have the latest IOS and iMovie had upgraded and needed a bigger operating...
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    Would this put you off

    When I cut this pair of sides from an old cuban mahogany table top the underside of the table had been stained dark and after thickness sanding I ended up with one side a bit darker than the next...
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    I recon you dont need a soundhole patch..The...

    I recon you dont need a soundhole patch..The rosette is supposed to strengthen the hole and prevent splitting.:old: If I'm wrong i'm sure someone will let me know :)
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    Oh that's OK then ...I understand that excuse...

    Oh that's OK then ...I understand that excuse .:rolleyes:
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    After planing I sand them smooth with some 80...

    After planing I sand them smooth with some 80 grit then 120 grit.
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    Finally fitted to the uke in the mould glued and clamped in place.
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    Next I shape them on the disc sander. 124018...

    Next I shape them on the disc sander.
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    Now already for gluing to the back plate.
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    Glued onto the back plate and clamped to a 10ft dish radiused board.
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    Gluing completed... now...
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