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paul wagstaffe10/12/2011 09:30:11
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Well that's what i think its called. I am looking for some of the Matt that is used to put down on the bench to stop the wood moving about when routing, don't no what its call or where to get hold of it. can you help?
 
Regards
Paul in the Isle of Man
Big Al10/12/2011 10:04:38
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Non slip matts are available all over the place, for value for money look in a cheap shop, or one of the various pound shops, they usually sell them.
 
Al
Julian10/12/2011 12:57:55
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Hi Paul, Yes, Pound Shops are a good place to start, I used to get mine from the local camping shop but both of these are now gone. Julian
Doug10/12/2011 18:23:32
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Hi Paul.
 
I`ve started using bench cookies like >these<< as I found the non slip router matting can sometimes mark some timber, which then shows up in the finish.

Edited By Doug on 10/12/2011 18:26:13

paul wagstaffe11/12/2011 12:39:56
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Thank you for your kind replies I think I have found what I am after on eblag!
 
Regards
Paul in a very windy Isle of Man
 

steve h13/12/2011 23:32:31
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Funnily enough - I got mine from Tesco as an 'anti slip boot mat' - it was a couple of pounds and thought it was a real bargain at the time.
 
Sorry to here about the misfortune on that little isle of yours - the weather is not improving and although that I am relatively close - I am still on the mainland!
 
Its a few years since I was across on business and still have a client there - travelled by air on what can only be described as a 'transit van with wings'!
 
Steve
paul wagstaffe16/12/2011 09:20:28
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Hi Steve,
"Transit Van with wing" is a fair description of the air craft over here.
 
Paul

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