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sparkus88

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Hi,

I am in the middle of making an epoxy river table but realised after doing the epoxy pour I need to reduce the thickness. It's now too wide for my P/T. It is currently 14 inches wide but i'm going to cut it down to 11 or 12 inches. Does anyone have a planer/ thicknesser big enough I can use. I don't mind paying a small fee to use it.

If this this post is in the wrong place please move it.

Thanks
Mark
 

Astrobits

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Depends where you are in the Bristol area. The Men's Shed in Highbridge has a P/T that takes 300mm wide pieces. We are open Tuesdays and Thursdays 09:45 to 16:45, Saturday mornings 09:45 to 13:45.
Nigel
 

Astrobits

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Just turn up. There is always someone there but Tuesday mornings seem to be the busiest. However, at tea and lunch breaks ( 11 to 11:30, 12:45 to 13:43 and 15 to 15:30 approx times) the door will be locked for security and it can be difficult to get anyone to know you're there..
Nigel
 

Dokkodo

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Router milling setup might solve your problem, if you have a router... very useful for flattening awkwardly long, heavy, twisted or wide things.
 
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