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Steve Maskery

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Well there is only so much you can say about any glue bottle, isn't there, so this will be brief.

We've all seen Norm's Biscuit Glue Bottle:
http://www.souko.com/csus/v-B000022411-7772

but seriously, who wants to pay $42 for a glue bottle?

However, Axminster do a simpler version:
http://www.axminster.co.uk/default.asp?part=GSB10

and IT IS ABSOLUTELY BRILLIANT!

OK it is not auto-dosing, but you just squeeze and waggle and somehow the right amount comes out. If you use biscuit joinery at all at all, this will make assembly much quicker and stress-free.

The best £2.97 I've spent in a long time.

Cheers
Steve
 

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Hmm. Grown man gets excited about a glue bottle... Either it's:
A) Really very good indeed
or
B) I'm not the only lunatic on day release round here :wink:
 

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Oh no, looks good but I was convincing my self that I needed a small cooker in the workshop (see Sheppy Glue post) - heh I could even use it to boil eggs! - sorry


Andy
 

Steve Maskery

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Alf":2c0q92j7 said:
... Either it's:
A) Really very good indeed
or
B) I'm not the only lunatic on day release round here :wink:
Of course, the two are not mutually exclusive! :D

I just like using a tool that has been designed to do a job really well.

Cheers
Steve
 
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Just goes to show it does not matter if you spend £2 or £20000 on a tool as long as it does the job :lol:

PS Alf wrote:
... Either it's:
A) Really very good indeed
or
B) I'm not the only lunatic on day release round here


Most of us are in the B category ,proof just read some of the posts on this forum :oops:
 

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Steve,

Where have you been?......
Seriously, the roller type dispenser is mighty handy and it's seems to be self cleaning. Well, I've yet to clean it anyway after a couple of years.

Rgds

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I can vouch for these glue bottles as well. I used to use mine a lot until I eschewed the biscuit joint altogether and went over to pocket screws
John
 

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I've got one,i like it, short and sweet

Alf,
In your gallery pic of yer wee sel' (bow making), are those your
apprentices or are you having a pizza delivered :lol: :wink:

TX

cheers for the Acorn info :D
 

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tx2man":2ofr03ii said:
In your gallery pic of yer wee sel' (bow making), are those your apprentices or are you having a pizza delivered :lol: :wink:
Heck, I had to think for a minute there to know what you were on about. Nope, not me bow making - chap at the Yandles Spring Show this year. Pizza = lucky person taking home some goodies from same. :D

Cheers, Alf
 

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