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    Hi Woodpixel, I've found a place in Thailand I...

    Hi Woodpixel, I've found a place in Thailand I can buy 3M products online, but everything is in Thai, the compounds are no problem, they sell PN 36060,
    PN 06094, & PN 06068. I see you use a Festool,...
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    Hi Arron what happens if I get the Orange Peel...

    Hi Arron what happens if I get the Orange Peel affect, will that come flat in the buffing stage?
    I know I can get the festool compounds, what grit they are I don't know until I email them, as for...
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    Hi Arron, Thanks for your reply I will have to...

    Hi Arron, Thanks for your reply I will have to work indoors, I'm not officially allowed to work in Thailand, the police know I do a bit, but turn a blind eye has long has I don't flaunt it, so...
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    Thanks again WoodPixel, watched the video, & read...

    Thanks again WoodPixel, watched the video, & read quite a few comments. Doesn't it look easy when a pro does it. I think I have the idea now. so I will give it a go. I will let you know how I get on....
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    I would like to thank everyone who's replied to...

    I would like to thank everyone who's replied to my thread on how to finish MDF, they were very informative. Special thanks must go to Woodpixel & Malb.
    Has I've said before there are a lot of...
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    Help wanted High Gloss finish on MDF?

    Hi, I want to spray some kitchen doors & I want a high gloss finish.
    They are flat panels made of MDF. How do I achieve a mirror like gloss?
    Can I use car paint & if so normal or 2 pack, I say...
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    Hi Dropstix, Looked at the link, & they have them...

    Hi Dropstix, Looked at the link, & they have them for the Hitachi M12V, but not the M12V2, not sure if there is any difference, I will have to find out.
    Which jig did you get?
    I've just bought...
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    HI Lappa just had a look at their web site, but I...

    HI Lappa just had a look at their web site, but I think item 92 is the standard part.
    You say use part No. 325-211, Leigh, Axminster & Lee valley have all given me No. 325224
    Looking at...
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    Hitachi Template Guide Adapter

    :((Hi Everyone, I've just bought a Leigh dovetail jig to use with my Hitachi M12V2 router.
    Does anyone know where I can get the Hitachi Template guide adapter part no 325224 from
    Leigh haven't...
  10. Thread: Teak Oil

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    Thanks Franklin, Everything here seems to be...

    Thanks Franklin,
    Everything here seems to be different than everywhere else.
    Ron
  11. Thread: Teak Oil

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    Teak Oil

    Hi Everyone,
    I'm making a sideboard out of Oak, & I was thinking of using Danish Oil, but can't seem to find it here in Thailand where I live.
    I can get Teak Oil though, is there any difference...
  12. Thread: Sideboard Build

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    Hi Elan, yes you are right, I will put some on,...

    Hi Elan, yes you are right, I will put some on, Thanks
  13. Thread: Sideboard Build

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    Nice work Derek, hope mine come out half as good

    Nice work Derek, hope mine come out half as good
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    Sorry about the late reply everyone, but I've...

    Sorry about the late reply everyone, but I've been away
    I think I've cracked it, after reading your reply & having a think, which is something I don't do very often, I've come up with this.
    I've...
  15. Thread: Sideboard Build

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    Thanks for that AJ but they want all Oak, plus ...

    Thanks for that AJ but they want all Oak, plus the Ply over here is the worst I've seen, it's no good for decent work. Thanks anyway
  16. Thread: Sideboard Build

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    Sideboard Build

    Hi Everyone,
    I've been asked by family if I will build this sideboard in Oak.
    They want it 2.5 mtr long, so I will build the same as the one in the picture, but with 2 draws.
    The sides will...
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    Hi Chief, Thanks for that Not sure if we have...

    Hi Chief, Thanks for that
    Not sure if we have that model Makita over here [Thailand] though not seen one before.
    It's certainly light though, what's the power like?
    I've only had one fixed...
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    Buying a new Router?

    Hi Everyone, I'm in need of a new Router, to use with the Leigh Mortice & Tenon Jig, & the Leigh Dovetail jig.
    I already have a Makita in my table, & I use a Hitachi M12V2 freehand, but I'm finding...
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    Hi Bob, Sorry about the delay getting back to...

    Hi Bob,
    Sorry about the delay getting back to you, but I've been away, & tomorrow I'm away again for a couple of days.
    Thanks for your advice, but one of the problems I have is it's so hot here,...
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    Thanks to both of you for that information. ...

    Thanks to both of you for that information.
    I"m sorry, I never make myself clear, the ripples i'm getting are on flat doors, but I want to start making curved doors, & besides the ripples, I was...
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    Which Glue for Formica

    Hi, Is there another glue I can use to bond formica to MDF or Melamine faced boards.
    At the moment I'm using a contact adhesive, but I'm not sure how strong that will be on a curved door. Also,...
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    I would like to thank everyone again for your...

    I would like to thank everyone again for your posts, especially Aussie Roy & Crankshim those posts were exactly what I was looking for.
    Two other questions, one is when gluing Laminates {formica}...
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    Thanks everyone for your helpful advice & tips. ...

    Thanks everyone for your helpful advice & tips.
    It's so hard getting things here in Thailand, most shops don't speak English. Went to the local shop today for 4 bottles of cokes, 1st she gave me a...
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    Hi rrich, Thanks for that, I'm not very technical...

    Hi rrich, Thanks for that, I'm not very technical minded, so I was thinking of something I could just hook up to the bag & not have to do anything. Would a Vac pump for a car be powerful enough?
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    Vacuum Bag Press/ Pump?

    Hi everyone, I would like to make some curved kitchen doors. I will be using 3mm MDF & laminating & curving them with the use of a Vacuum Press. The 2 I like are 1 from Veneer Supplies, in America,...
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    Advice needed on routing Acrylic sheets

    Thanks, I have a CMT flush trim router bit with replaceable blades which I think will be ideal.
    Thanks again
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    Advice needed on routing Acrylic sheets

    Not having used Acrylic before, for some reason I though spiral bits would have been better, & I did not think about a straight bit.
    Thanks Elan
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    Advice needed on routing Acrylic sheets

    ​Hi everyone, I want to trim 2mm Acrylic sheets which would be first laminated to MDF. I was thinking of using a down spiral bit with bearing, but before I ordered I asked the company I was ordering...
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    Advice needed on sharpening saw blades

    Hi China, there must be someone in Thailand who can sharpen it, but has yet, we haven't been able to find them. Buying a machine looks like it's going to be the only option. Thanks all the same. Ron
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    Advice needed on how to sharpen a saw blade

    Hi, I asked on this forum a while ago about the best blade for my radial arm saw to cut melamine & particle board & after the advice I got, I bought from Carb a Tec a fine cut off saw blade. It cuts...
  31. Thread: Tapering Jig

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    Tapering jig

    Thanks Bob, bit different than what I was thinking, but I will have a go
    Thanks again
  32. Thread: Tapering Jig

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    Tapering Jig

    Hi, I would like to build a good jig for tapering chair legs & small table legs, they will be different heights & thickness's. Has anyone got any idea's ?
    Thanks
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    Routing handeless Doors

    Thanks GCP i'm going to give it a go
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    Handleless Doors

    Hi Craig, thanks for that information, i've always wondered,if, after a year or so, they would look the same, now I know. The price over here also puts most people off.
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    Newbie with a question

    Hi Stu, try www.rockler.com they are an American company & seem to have most things
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    Routing Handleless Doors

    Hi Craig, I will have to ask which grades of MDF are available here.
    Why wouldn't you recommend solid solid surfaces?
    Don't worry if I don't reply to this, I'm off on tour on my motor bike for a...
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    Routing Handleless Doors

    Hi Craig, has far has I know, you can't get that MDF over here, in fact i've never heard of it. I've only been useing MDF since coming to live in Thailand. Corian I know, but it's 3 times the price...
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    Routing Handleless Doors

    Hi CMB, Very nice, there's not many kitchens that size over here. I like the white one's. What did you use for the doors, MDF & white 2 pac or MDF & Acrylic sheets? What did you use for tops? I also...
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    Routing handleless doors

    Thanks CMB thats a different way of doing it, I'll give it some thought
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    Routing Handleless Doors

    Hi CMB I'm building a new Kitchen
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    Routing Handleless Doors

    I didn't think there was one cutter for both, but I had to ask, they are making new profiles all the time. I'm cutting the doors myself, & yes Rod, it does make sense. Thank you to both of you for...
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    Routing Handleless Doors

    Hi everyone, I want to make some kitchen doors with no handles, the type with the top front edge rounded, & the top rear bevelled. My question is, can you get one router bit to do both jobs, ie bevel...
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    Hi Ian, no, that would make them ridged, I should...

    Hi Ian, no, that would make them ridged, I should have explained, I want them so that I can disasemble them,Knock Down.
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    Thanks to both of you, I want it to make...

    Thanks to both of you, I want it to make cabinates, so a dowelling jig would be ok, but can you get them that width. The ones I have seen have been small. Also i'm trying to keep costs down, so I...
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    Ideas for making a drilling Jig

    Hi everyone, has anyone any idea's on making a horizontal drilling jig. I need to drill panels approx16 0r 19mm x 60cm wide to 2mtr long. 4 holes in each 60cm width. I will be drilling a lot of...
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    Thanks Les, still haven't got round to checking...

    Thanks Les, still haven't got round to checking the insert yet, but with your set up, at least I know there is another alternative. Iv'e sent Carba-Tec 2 Emails regarding the cutters & postage to...
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    May thanks Les for the info, yes it does help....

    May thanks Les for the info, yes it does help. One thing I never thought to check until you mentioned it, was the hole in the router table. I have a heavy duty moulded plastic insert I bought from...
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    Raised panel sets

    Hi, can anyone help me please. I'm thinking of buying the CMT raised panel set with back cutter from Carba-tec. Has anyone used these? are they easy to use? & are they good value for money?
    I will...
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    Thanks Mspil, I will give it a try.

    Thanks Mspil, I will give it a try.
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    Thanks to both Skew & Jim for your comments...

    Thanks to both Skew & Jim for your comments especially the one on the blade breaking, it's put my mind at rest.
    As I said, I will be making chairs so I don't think I will be cutting anything thicker...
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