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 91 
 on: 10 September, 2006, 10:23 
Started by swift - Last post by mkpbyrne

 Undecided

hia swift to my knowledge the us operate on 110 v but im not 100% sure check the manufactures  spec. ineire you can only use 110 (with transformer) or 220 (normal)

mickb

 92 
 on: 09 September, 2006, 16:12 
Started by swift - Last post by swift
Hello forum, I am considering ordering a Dewalt 625 3hp VSE Plunge Router from the States, Are the power ratings completely different or will I just need to change the plug ? Also does anyone know if this is the equvalent to the European model DW625EK, Thanks alot , Paul.

 93 
 on: 05 September, 2006, 10:21 
Started by Woodmaster - Last post by Woodmaster
We have access to some sizeable tulip tree wood from a very large tree which has died in Co Limerick.   

If anyone is interested in this, can they please let us know fairly soon (059 9161784, leave a reply on the forum or e-mail info@irishwoods.com.) 

Our research suggestes that the wood would be suitable for carving and (of all things) it is apparently ideal for the making of organ pipes!   If you have any other information that might be useful to people who may be interested in thsi wood, please post it here.

Thanks

William Bunbury

 94 
 on: 30 August, 2006, 23:33 
Started by Woody - Last post by brendan
Buscuits can also show on end grain if the boards have to be cut after gluing up. Be careful where you put them!
I saw Norm Abrahms on New Yankee Workshop simply run the boards on the jointer and glue straight away without using either!

 95 
 on: 30 August, 2006, 23:29 
Started by swift - Last post by brendan
I find B&Q liffey valley ok. They have a Trade section which stocks pro quality tools at reasonable prices and a Diy section which is particularly good for Routers such as Trend, Bosch etc.

 96 
 on: 23 August, 2006, 14:03 
Started by swift - Last post by swift
Hello, I'm trying to locate a good retailer of power tools at reasonable prices specifically a router, do you know of any suppliers other than goughs and Mcquillans in Dublin, or elsewhere in Ireland. Would ordering from the U.K be worthwhile with delivery costs? Plan to get some wood from yourselves to test the router out! Any info much appreciated. Thanks.

 97 
 on: 13 August, 2006, 19:56 
Started by swift - Last post by kadman
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.

kadman

 98 
 on: 13 August, 2006, 19:54 
Started by Woody - Last post by kadman
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 ,


kadman

 99 
 on: 13 August, 2006, 19:37 
Started by Woodmaster - Last post by kadman
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.

kadman

 100 
 on: 13 August, 2006, 19:31 
Started by swift - Last post by kadman
Hafele Ireland have an online shop , and supply most fittings required for a comercial environment.

kadman

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