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This post is mainly for my own benefit … Most of my timber is catalogued below, but a lot isn’t, including the MDF, ply, tanalised timber and most of my pine and reclaimed timber. Where I know them the price … Continue reading
Yesterday after visiting my relative I went to Wenban’s to check out their offcuts. As usual they had a whole load of Pine, Iroko, Idigbo, Utile etc plus a few bits of Oak, Ash, Beech, Tulip etc.
Today I visited a relative in a nearby town for lunch. Before I left she mentioned she had some wood she didn’t need and pulled out a nice close grained little offcut of pine which I gladly accepted. She then … Continue reading
Following on from Part 1 This morning I took delivery of two 4′ by 8′ sheets of Birch plywood, one 12mm and the other 18mm. The local supplier delivered them free and ripped them in half for me, which slightly … Continue reading
I picked up about 9 identical 600mm x 350mm offcuts of 18mm MDF on one of my trips to Wenban-Smith a few weeks ago. One reason I got them is that (by eye) they looked about the same size as … Continue reading