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    Default hello fellow woodies

    Hello,
    This is my first post and I wish to introduce myself and ask a question.
    I have been a furniture designer, architect and maker for about 35 years. I recently designed and built my own house which was a fantastic experience and outlet for my collected skills and knowledge.
    I have been visiting this forum from time to time looking for specific information.
    Anyway I wish to make a post about a Japanese style timber bath I made for my house and was wondering if anyone can direct me to the best place to make a post about it.
    When researching my timber bath on amongst other places here, I didn't find much information so feel if I post something it may help other people who are also wishing to make a timber bath.
    So please let me know your thoughts on where is the best place is to make the post.
    Thanks
    Tony

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    Welcome to the Forum

    I look forward to you sharing your experiences.

    Here is one that I've see made of Cedar




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    Welcome to the forum.

    Regards
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    As you have posted in this sub-forum the best reply would normally be welcome to the forum. Having been part of the forum for a little while now it might be muted a little.

    You might want to post your thoughts concerning the bath on the General sub-forum. http://www.woodworkforums.com/f11

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    Thanks guys. I will post in the general forum.
    cheers Tony

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    Welcome to the forum Tony.

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    G'Day & Welcome to a top forum "Tony".
    There are a stack members across this great southern land & the world.....
    You'll find a heap of helpful & knowledgeable blokes & ladies on the forum and for most very willing to assist.
    Make sure you show off your handiwork as everyone loves a photo, especially WIP [Work In Progress] photos with build notes.
    Enjoy the forum.
    Enjoy your woodwork......
    Cheers crowie

    PS - May I suggest you start a new thread in the general woodworking on the bath were more people are likely to view the questions and thus answer for you!!

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    Hello Tony
    welcome to the forum. I just opened a new window in Youtube & typed "Wooden bathtub" , I got 81900 results so I typed in "Traditional Japanese Wooden Bathtub", This got me 1390 results, a most definitely easier number to manage.
    Happy Soaking!
    Gerard

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