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    Hi guys,

    I need 4 ply disks cut please, below is the pic of the unit they will become part of. Plan is to paint it white, add the disks to act as shelves, stain and seal - Job done. As you can see i've built a "lean to" down the side of my house so it will be out of the rain but would like marine ply if possible but i guess something like far eastern would do.

    Will then pop some garden ornaments on them with some small plants/pots for decoration, picked it up of the local scrap man as he was about to "way it in" £5, think it would look nice once dressed up .

    Finish dosnt matter to much as i can sand them down and so on, just after the circles/disks really, i can arrange postage via citylink for around £10 if you would prefer that. If you have the facility to put a "round over" on one of the outside edges that would be appreciated but not a must.

    Poped a drawing in for you to work from as well :)

    Quote me happy guys.

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    Just realised this is the first time i have used the RFQ section !

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    Would it not be better from maybe white or natural nylon or plastic? It would survive outside forever then.

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    Lee, if the indents are semi-circular shouldn't the dimension be 12.5mm? G.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Web Goblin View Post
    Would it not be better from maybe white or natural nylon or plastic? It would survive outside forever then.
    Well yea i guess a plastic would be better, i'm also thinking now 18mm thickness would be ott as well so 10mm would be more than fine, i dont plan on anything heavy going on them. When i get my second machine up and running i could always remake them but if people want to quote for plastics thats fine :)

    Quote Originally Posted by GEOFFREY View Post
    Lee, if the indents are semi-circular shouldn't the dimension be 12.5mm? G.
    Ops, sorry the drawing was just a quick hash after dinner. Yea they need to be 25mm deep and 50mm wide would probably look more elegant, a small radius on the arc end points would be nice to.

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    This has now been arranged and fulfilled thanks Geoffrey, will post back pics of the finished job once done

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    Today I received the disks, below are the pics of them on the primed frame, just need to stain and seal now and get a topcoat on the frame!

    Big thank you to everyone who offered to make them for me, itís nice to know there is people willing to help others.

    If there is ever anything I can do for you guys just let me know and I will do my best.

    Will post the finished pics at the end

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    Looks good, but its march now, take down your xmas lights
    Last edited by Philly; 01-03-2013 at 03:02 PM.

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    Now you just need to finish your router...it's been a while since we heard anything about it!
    Old router build log here. New router build log here. Lathe build log here.
    Electric motorbike project here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonathan View Post
    Now you just need to finish your router...it's been a while since we heard anything about it!
    Are you refering to Lee or Geoffrey?

    Like the simple uncluttered look of the steel:wood thingy btw!
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