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    Minimum door linings for solid internal doors

    Not necessarily. I've seen fd30 doors fitted to them
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    Minimum door linings for solid internal doors

    18mm mdf linings are quite common
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    ASH (copied from General Woodworking)

    I've been looking for a Welsh dresser or similar but in ASH. So far, I've only found one manufacturer but they're in Ireland (deaneryfurniture.com) and won't export to mainland UK because of the paperwork hassle ! Anyone any ideas??
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    ASH

    I've been looking for a Welsh dresser or similar but in ASH. So far, I've only found one manufacturer but they're in Ireland (deaneryfurniture.com) and won't export to mainland UK because of the paperwork hassle ! Anyone any ideas??
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    Design ideas wanted - soup bowl tilter

    Any ideas for holding a soup bowl at an angle for a one armed person without it just sliding off the table?
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    Workbench

    Well, the workbench turned up yesterday and it's now assembledand in place. I have to say, I was pleasantly surprised. It came from Germany, but was made in China. Everything fitted fine. Clearance and starter holes all correct. The top is 20mm edge glued hardwood with a 60mm deep edge...
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    Workbench

    Thanks Allen. Just watched the link you posted. That's really quite inspirational! I'll take a look at some more of his videos. Cheers, C
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    Workbench

    Thanks for your suggestion. Yes, I did look at those but the one I saw had an mdf top barely 9mm thick. Anyway, the button's been pressed on the one in my link, albeit slightly larger. In a perverse sort of way, I'm actually looking forward to the challenge of strengthening it
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    Workbench

    Try again, bug ger, not pipper!,
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    Workbench

    pipper, not pipper!
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    Workbench

    Aye, it's a pipper. Anyway, last summer I managed to assemble an ikea patio table and chairs so I should be OK and b&q are good for cutting sheet material to size. Case need, I can always call upon chums for help with anything I'm unable to manage. Interestingly, being inheritantly practical...
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    Workbench

    Aye, it's a pipper! Last summer managed to assemble an ikea patio table and chairs, so hopefully, I'll manage this. B&q are good for cutting sheets to size and I've got chums to call upon for anything I can't manage. Interestingly, being inherently practical often leads me to solutions to...
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    Workbench

    Thanks James. I'm quite a long way from you, but that's a very kind offer. No matter, it won't break the bank and looks a reasonable basis to start from and with. Cheers, C
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    Workbench

    Thanks guys (and for the ebay link -it's sold). You're all quite correct. Unfortunately I had a stroke a couple of years ago and have no use of my left arm or hand. I used to have a decent workshop but had to sell and give away all my tools and equipment ( except a unimat mini-lathe). I've...
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    Workbench

    Morning. What do we think of this for an off the shelf hobby bench for the spare bedroom?? https://www.manomano.co.uk/p/wooden-workbench-with-vices-model-1-2061111#description
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