silverback

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About silverback

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  • Birthday 12/22/1954

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    Rockingham.Western Australia
  • Interests
    Leatherwork,gold prospecting,4wdriving

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  • Interested in learning about
    bashing a dead cow skin to turn it into something useful
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  1. Hi Mark. Pm'd you.
  2. I bought one about a month or so back( my second one) and still the same with the 50 mm pulley. Just ask for Aussie plug and they give you a convertor plug. There is a guy selling servo motors on facebook in Australian leathercrafters forum for 300. could be a better bet as covered by Aussie warranty.
  3. Advice on a skiving tool please

    Brian, give me a yell and I will put you on to a bloke for that sharpening. does a very good job
  4. question on leather hide

    the marks are caused by the toggles/clamps used when hanging and stretching the hides on wire frames to dry.
  5. Singer 45K25

    Dorothy, also be aware the feet and dogs on this machine will mark up your leather.
  6. New Home Made Tool

    try a plasma cutter
  7. Best Thread for tippmann boss

    Hi Forester, have a look at Abbey England site, they seem to have a good range of threads for leather. Alternatively ring them and have a talk, ive been in there twice now and really friendly people to talk to and ask questions.
  8. Hi, just a note, I am out of number six needles now and only have sevens left If you are interested in any pm me.
  9. Nippy Skiver Parts In Australia?

    Sorry to hijack, Darren, is the marshall skiver a clone of the fortuna as well.. thanks Peter
  10. Aussie Coditioner + Dixon Creaser(Europe)

    Have you tried "Abbey England".
  11. Singer 269 Tacker Motor

    Hi , sorry if I am hijacking. Eric could you tell me if a squirrel motor would be suitable for a sewing machine. I had a sparky tell me this type of motor would work but I don't think he understood the torque/ speed aspect of sewing machines. could one of these type motors be made to work ok. thanks;
  12. Chinese Servo Motor.

    Ok . thanks again mate.
  13. Chinese Servo Motor.

    Thanks mate, looks like I may have to get one. I didn't notice in their add any mention of extra for the needle positioner. Was your price about A$ 244.how much difference does the smaller pulley make or is it worth while to stay with the original. I think the add said 90 mm. . Peter.
  14. Chinese Servo Motor.

    Hi dikman, Have you got a link to the site for the servo. Thanks.
  15. Hi, Amuckart,where did you get your servo for $150 NZ Or Aus.