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Hi everyone,

Does anyone out there know where I can buy a rubber mat, to put in front of my lathe, for the twin purpose of comfort and ease of floor sweeping? I have seen the anti-fatigue mats in the Axminster catalogue, but was thinking of something thinner and :oops: cheaper!

Cheers

Keith
 
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Try your local DIY superstore (but not for timber :wink: ). They usually have a good selection of mats.

I've seen some 'carpet protecter' stuff which can be bought off the roll. May not be much underfoot comfort though.

(Carpet slippers....... :D :wink: )
 

Charley

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I've got axminster's anti-fatigue mat, I use it when I'm working at my bench and I have to say that it does make a good difference. :)
 
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Rubber matting aint cheep.

Machine mart do some decent mats about 0.95 x 5 or 10 metres, but they start from about £25

Cheers
Doughnut
 
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I use carpet underlay up side down and it helps a lot, it dose get quite dusty after a time but i just take it outside and give it a bashing :wink:
Mick
 
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I also have a piece of carpet underlay in front of my bench it works kind of.
 

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has anyone noticed how "spanish" you sound uf you repeat "underlay" quickly !!

:p
 
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