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    Record Power air filters

    I spent ages contemplating if I should get one. Initially I bought and tried a 5 stage HEPA air purifier [not sure how well it worked]. Then finally decided to just pull the plug as it should help with your health and wasn't too expensive. I wasn't sure if it was working but I looked at the air...
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    £299 - Makita LS1018LN 10" 260mm Double Bevel Sliding Compound Mitre Saw

    Usually sells for £380 but currently selling for £299 with free next day delivery. Cheapest I have ever seen this saw. 91mm max cut double bevel https://www.toolstop.co.uk/makita-ls1018ln-slide-compound-mitre-saw-with-laser-255-260mm-240v/
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    CCTV & Alarm or neither - Detached garage workshop security

    Hello, I am in two minds and would appreciate some advice. This year I purchased an alarm system and CCTV for my detached garage workshop. My dilemma is whether or not to install them. Aside from the obvious advantages, some cons that have bothered me are that they would attract attention to...
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    Is this asbestos?

    You can't tell if something is asbestos just by looking. I would recommend taking a sample and using a test kit like the one in the link below. I used the same kit for my garage roof and it was an easy and quick service...
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    Wardrobe construction - Biscuit vs domino

    Thanks for the very helpful replies. I am actually less worried about alignment and more so paranoid/concerned with strength. Concerned with the glue and screws not being enough for strength.
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    Wardrobe construction - Biscuit vs domino

    Plan to build built in wardrobes with MRMDF with glue and screws. But after watching Peter Millard videos I noticed he also adds dominos which he states are for alignment. Obviously the dominos would add more strength but would adding biscuits instead help as I can't afford a domino. Thanks
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    Buying a Tracksaw

    I now own the makita 36v plunge saw, but before I could afford/justify it, I invested in makita tracks and used a rail adapter with the track and my circular saw. I've included a link to the adaptor I used...
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    Buying a Tracksaw

    There's always the used market. If you own a transformer I've seen 110V makita, dewalt and bosch saws on ebay for £150-170.
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    Workbench design questions

    You should follow this video and just change the dimensions to suit you as the majority of the style and techniques you're after are used. Then for the way you want to attach the legs to the table top check out this video: Finally, if you don't want to use bolts or screws because you think...
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    Sold Axminster AC2606B Bandsaw Table - Gone!

    All as described and great communication. Thank you
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    Morticer Shortage

    Another option would be to buy a morticer without a sliding table and just add a cross vice.
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    Sold Axminster AC2606B Bandsaw Table - Gone!

    I understand you said its heavy, but if you would be willing to post I'd happily take it. Thanks
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    Sold Axminster White 250mm slide mitre saw

    Hi, did this sell? If not, I am interested. Thanks
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