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    New kitchen project

    that's great, thanks for the info - can anyone order from this company or do you have to be trade?
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    New kitchen project

    Hi everyone, Happy new year! The project continues, it's largely complete should be done in the next couple of weeks and i will post photos. Sounds like a bizarre question but the final thing i need to do is put a shelf up and i after building an entire kitchen i am struggling to find the...
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    thanks Matt, Googled mason's mitre - makes sense, the mitre is the postformed edge where the two pieces meet. Sorry to drag this on just a couple more questions. If i cut the female piece first, which seems to be the conventional way of doing it, does it matter which way i have the laminate...
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    Hi Matt, At the risk of sounding dense... There's a mitre? :oops: Sean
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    thanks everyone - am i correct in saying that you always plunge into the laminate surface? I would have thought this, but the trend instructions say that a female cut is done laminate down, and a male cut laminate up? Sean
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    WOW! Amazing the difference a picture makes! I will do it this way, does it matter how far out of square the walls are? Will the correction effect the fit of the joint? Just out of curiosity, what did you use for the drawing ? Sketchup? Thanks for both you time and expertise, Sean
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    New kitchen project

    HI again, I have the trend router worktop jig and have been trying to sort our what i will have to do (worktops arrive in a couple of days time). I have been looking at the instruction book available online at: http://www.trendmachinery.co.uk/library ... 0%20v2.pdf careful this is a 2MByte...
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    New kitchen project

    brilliant! Just what i was looking for
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    Hi All, Still going, everything is now built and i will be doing the fixing this week. This involves a bit of plumbing for the sink/dishwasher, a gas pipe in the floor and chasing electric cables all around the kitchen. I now have to think more about countertops. We got a quote for granite...
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    thanks guys, - i will probably screw the panels in place, but i will get hold of the hafele wotzits to have a look at them. Sean
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    New kitchen project

    what do you mean by double brackets Paul?
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    dw733 thicknesser problem

    thanks everyone, good advice, i will lubricate the tables and see how it goes. Sean
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    dw733 thicknesser problem

    Hi all, When passing boards (red oak) through my thicknesser they have started to get stuck on the way through, i have put a kitchen's worth of oak through this thicknesser in the past few months. The blades are recently sharpened and when the boards stalls the blades do not take nick's out...
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    thanks George, my concern with screwing from the inside is cracking of the panels over time as the screws will prevent them from moving with the seasons... The accident was a nasty one, a fractured skull and damaged hands, but i am nicely on the mend now, just a bit of residual whiplash in the...
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    New kitchen project

    Hi All Everything is still running, i had a pretty bad car accident lately so things have been a bit slow - but a few bits have been done as i have been stuck at home for the last 6 weeks with nothing to do except look at my unfinished kitchen! The photos are still at...
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    New kitchen project

    Thanks - the countertop is causing me headaches - the area jutting out is going to be a 'breakfast bar' area - and i am thinking of doing this out of wood - the area where the drawers are missing is the problem - we couldn't justify the cost of granite worktops (quotes are around 4 thousand euro...
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    Hi All, A little more progress on the kitchen, i now have all the carcases in place and just :) need to go around and build the doors, drawer fronts and face frames - starting to see the end of it now. Pictures are still at http://www.flickr.com/photos/forest_vie ... 455262172/ Sean
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    New kitchen project

    for now of course....
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    It does indeed take patience, but we both knew it would take a while - so we were a little prepared. SWMBO is taking it very well - of course i have now stopped buyying 'toys' and i am producing something other than sawdust! Thanks for the kind replies. Sean
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    New kitchen project

    Hi Guys, Been a while, it's a busy time for me - the kitchen progresses, slowly... Here is a link to some of the latest photos. http://www.flickr.com/photos/forest_vie ... 455262172/ I will be taking a few weeks off in February/March, i would hope to finish all of the units then. Cheers...
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