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1  Irish Hardwood Timber / Getting started / Re: router on: 13 August, 2006, 19:56
The most demanding job for any router , is routing stair strings.

And the best product I have used down through the years ,
is the Hitachi . Choose the top of the range model.

2  Irish Hardwood Timber / Getting started / Re: Joining boards on: 13 August, 2006, 19:54
Both methods are suitable for joining boards. But
t and g will be visible from the end grain of the top,
if thats not a problem for you.

You could also consider dowelling , if the tool issue was a problem ,

3  For Sale & Wanted / Wanted / Re: Spindle Moulder on: 13 August, 2006, 19:37
Hi William,

With regards to the spindle moulder, what capacity , 3 phase or single phase. And what
type of work will you be doing on it. I may know where there are some machines available.

4  Irish Hardwood Timber / Tricks of the trade / Re: furniture fittings on: 13 August, 2006, 19:31
Hafele Ireland have an online shop , and supply most fittings required for a comercial environment.

5  Irish Hardwood Timber / Tricks of the trade / Re: Oak for spiral staircase on: 13 August, 2006, 19:29
Laminated oak boards from 2x1 , are probably more stable. But they will not look as effective as treads
made from a full width , or even 2 for a full width tread. Quarter sawn oak boards would be the most stable
choice of solid timber , and would also look beautiful when finished. But its your choice .

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