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George Arnold10/09/2009 18:00:59
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 Have we got our threads crossed
Alan T.10/09/2009 19:46:51
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Sorry George So I have.    Alan  T.
Alan T.10/09/2009 19:53:13
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Hello PJ,
                 The post I addressed to George about the screw trade pack should have been addressed to yourself. Basically I was unable to find a trade pack cheaper than £17.19,
and wondered if I was looking in the wrong place.  Cheers   Alan  T.


Edited By Alan T. on 10/09/2009 19:55:07

Woodworker10/09/2009 19:55:16
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Hi guys, can we keep this thread on topic please i.e. article requests?
Alan T.11/09/2009 08:28:31
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Sorry Ben,
                     My request came as a development of the sub plot created by a request for an article on screws.  Alan  T.
Vaughn11/09/2009 09:24:55
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Hi Ben
I want to second OPJ's request for web know-how on blogs or websites. only started buying the mag last year so i missed those articles. it would be pretty cool to have a link on this site to member's personal sites! it might be a good way to attract new members, as they could follow the link back to this forum.
Woodworker11/09/2009 10:57:38
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Hi Vaughn,
I'll see what I can do. Hopefully the articles will still be relevant. A year or two is a long time in internet terms!
el tel14/11/2009 11:58:07
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i would like to get hold of plans for making original box sash windows, can you help.
Sam14/11/2009 22:59:13
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[Image of sash window construction deleted by moderator]

Edited By Ben Plewes on 15/11/2009 00:18:52

Woodworker15/11/2009 00:17:46
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Sam, I've had to delete your image because it looks like a scanned page of a book. We can't include scanned book pages on this forum I'm afraid because it would amount to a breach of the authors copyright.
However, if you want to let us know where to find the article that would be great...
el tel, I don't recall any recent articles on making sash windows but I'll keep my eyes peeled when going through the archive. 

Edited By Ben Plewes on 15/11/2009 13:10:12

el tel15/11/2009 15:14:40
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Thanks ben looking forward to any you find.
nice try sam went on your photos and found web site . Will give it a try.
John Kinch15/11/2009 17:07:26
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Ben,  I would like to see a "top ten slide mitre saw 250mm." comparisontest.
             Thanks, John K.
Sam15/11/2009 17:48:54
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Ah , sorry , didnt realise that . sorry .
The article came out of "Home & Renovation" magazine . Nov 2009 . my Wife's idea of a suttle hint  .
Once again sorry .

Joe O 315/11/2009 18:26:46
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Hi el tel,
Welcome to the forum. You havent filled in your profile so i can't send this by private message.

The Mumford & Wood website shows good sectional drawings
of sash boxes and windows along with seals.
Hope this helps.

Edited By sparky on 16/11/2009 22:07:07

el tel17/11/2009 14:56:45
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Thanks joe ive been on that site good plans but no pulley details. on all accounts the pulleys and weight inspection flap an integril part of the box. This is what i am trying to find so as to minimise any mistakes i might make.

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