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 51 
 on: 27 December, 2007, 16:12 
Started by ron - Last post by woodenbox
Hi I was wondering if you still had any bog oak pieces for sale.   Thankspat

 52 
 on: 23 November, 2007, 23:18 
Started by rory - Last post by rory
HI,
We have a oak kitchen worktop and would appreciate your comments on what would be the best oil to use?

I was thinking of using Osmo polyx oil? There seems to be so many oils, do they all give similar results. Someone mentioned that I should use vegetable oil!

 53 
 on: 03 November, 2007, 08:35 
Started by swift - Last post by darley
Hi, I do store my wood out side on racks and under cover with a tarp, put you planks with 12m/m space between each of them to promote the air flowing wood dry 1" per year wood store under the rood or in a tin shed will pron to crack or split, BTW I'm living in Australia, regards

Serge

 54 
 on: 08 October, 2007, 18:51 
Started by russianwolf - Last post by russianwolf
looking for some Irish Yew pieces. 6x6x3 inches or 150x150x75mm small supplies.

I would be interested in similar sized pieces of other Irish woods also, but the wood has to have character.

I live in the states so shipping would be needed.

 55 
 on: 08 October, 2007, 18:48 
Started by ron - Last post by russianwolf
Hi Ron,
   I would be interested. Can you provide pics of the pieces, or general sizes? I live in the states, so shipping would also be needed.

Thanks,
Mike

 56 
 on: 07 October, 2007, 09:23 
Started by ron - Last post by ron
I have a small amont of bog oak for sale all dried co clare

 57 
 on: 19 September, 2007, 10:46 
Started by Woodmaster - Last post by Woodmaster
The position for Assistant Manager at the Timber Project has now been filled. Thank you very much to all who applied.

 58 
 on: 20 August, 2007, 15:06 
Started by Woodmaster - Last post by Woodmaster
I have now posted a description of this vacancy on the web site - see http://www.irishwoods.com/about/070820-Vacancyforassistantmanager.htm

William Bunbury

 59 
 on: 26 June, 2007, 23:50 
Started by Woodmaster - Last post by Woodmaster
The Kerry Chapter of the Irish Woodturners’ Guild  is holding its third  woodturning seminar on Saturday 14th  July 2007  at Tralee Community College.
Three experienced international woodturners will demonstrate their skills: Reg Sherwin from the U.K., Phil Irons from Australia and Tony Rea from Ireland.
 Each demonstrator will present three one and a half hour sessions covering all aspects of the craft of woodturning.
 Kerry Chapter members will also demonstrate turning and carving .
 The fee for this one day seminar is €70, which includes access to all demonstrations and a three course lunch.
On the following day, Sunday 15th July, Phil Irons will conduct a woodturning Masterclass in Castleisland. The fee for the Masterclass is €45.
For more details and registration forms contact John Murphy – 066 7126901 or
 Sean Hogan – 085 1741429 or e-mail murphysculpt@eircom.net.

 60 
 on: 26 June, 2007, 10:27 
Started by murphysculpt - Last post by murphysculpt
KERRY WOODTURNING SEMINAR 2007

The Kerry Chapter of the Irish Woodturners’ Guild  is holding its third  woodturning seminar on Saturday 14th  July 2007  at Tralee Community College.
Three experienced international woodturners will demonstrate their skills: Reg Sherwin from the U.K., Phil Irons from Australia and Tony Rea from Ireland.
 Each demonstrator will present three one and a half hour sessions covering all aspects of the craft of woodturning.
 Kerry Chapter members will also demonstrate turning and carving .
 The fee for this one day seminar is €70, which includes access to all demonstrations and a three course lunch.
On the following day, Sunday 15th July, Phil Irons will conduct a woodturning Masterclass in Castleisland. The fee for the Masterclass is €45.
For more details and registration forms contact John Murphy – 066 7126901 or
 Sean Hogan – 085 1741429 or e-mail murphysculpt@eircom.net.

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