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    FREE SHEET GOODS

    As we are just about to move workshops, there will be loads coming up, will also be selling off some full sheets of stuff we no longer require. I will keep you posted.
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    Dorset/Hampshire members

    Im Sam :)
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    Dorset/Hampshire members

    Okay, My contact details are as follows, 01425627769 or 07527537876 Hope it goes well!
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    Dorset/Hampshire members

    A fitter come bench joiner. A lot of the stuff we make requires quite a bit of on site assembly work, and other stuff we make just needs installing. So all sorts really. Looking to train some people up in factory applied and on site applied spray finishes to. We are even just about to offer...
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    Dorset/Hampshire members

    Hey my workshop is just down the road from Highcliffe in New Milton, I am currently upgrading to a much larger workshop and will be looking to hire some more people soon to so let me know if you end up moving as we may be able to help each other.
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    SECRET SANTA ORGANISER NOT HAPPY

    I feel it appropriate to thank everyone for there well wishes, its a strange time for me, so thank you all for your support. Just having to learn to re adjust to certain things, but with the business expanding, I hope to be back at the bench as soon as possible. Many thanks once again,
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    SECRET SANTA ORGANISER NOT HAPPY

    Thanks guys, I am on the mend now, even if I am now a walking pharmacy. Just learning to cope with some of the weirder side effects! Its so frustrating not being able to be in the workshop, especially as you may have seen in other posts I have just signed a new lease on a bigger workshop. I...
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    SECRET SANTA ORGANISER NOT HAPPY

    In an effort to remain completely transparent, Please find below the letter I sent in reply to a prompt to come and read this topic. I must openly apologise to the forum, however I hope that given the circumstances, I hope that some understanding can be drawn. I will make it a priority to get...
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    NEW WORKSHOP MOVE/BUILD WIP

    So, its come to that time where I have outgrown my existing workshop, and after much deliberation, and a lot of searching and stress I have taken the plunge. The existing tenants are just in the process of clearing out (they are also up sizing) so I snuck in to take a few pictures to show her...
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    morrells wouldn't sell me primer ?

    We use the omnia system in my workshop. It really is a fantastic paint that I rate better than teknos however, it requires a specialist spray pump and gun to apply. A 32:1 ratio with an air assisted airless spray gun. These pumps use pressure to atomise the paint rather than relying on air...
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    Disposing of paint tins

    Ahh, well as long as you have washed out the water based tins, then they are no longer covered under cosh (although the water you wash the tins out with is still covered by cosh and should be disposed of via a registered wast carrier) ((yeh right)) Any washed out water based tins should be...
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    Disposing of paint tins

    Solvent based or water based?
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    Disposing of paint tins

    Are they Morrells tins by any chance? Do you use solvent based or water based paints?
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    painting accoya

    spray or brush?
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    Advice needed for table project

    Any chance of a diagram and some pictures?
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    Homemade veneer press

    Unless you need to veneer 8x4 daily, you have around about 80 square feet of spare workshop space ( remember you need to be able to load it) you have money to burn or just like the general feeling of defeat and failure then go for it! Making a press of such a size that worked as well as the...
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    cots cribs etc

    With my experience of children, your probably better off investing in one of these.....https://www.machinemart.co.uk/shop/product/details/clarke-at101-80amp-arctig-inverter some of this.....http://www.meshdirect.co.uk/product.php?productid=924&cat=357&page=1 and aim for something that looks...
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    OSB for sheathing

    IMHO 18mm osb3 with 2foot centre ( as osb is imperially sized) studs. It's what we use for similar construction anyway. As for price, ring around. We pay 11 quid a sheet but then we do use an awfull lot of the stuff.
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    Enlarging a hole, how?

    I couldn't agree more, if you only have one hole to drill, and its in soft wood, and you don't need to get it out, just hit it, if not, buy a bit.
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    Enlarging a hole, how?

    Just checked with my supplier, I can order a pack of 5, 12.2 mm drill bits for £3.90 including the vat. Would you like me to send you one?
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