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Thanks for a great post, will definitely make one, as I am about to make a workbench (1.8 M X 0.75 M) here in Thailand from secondhand teak! Cost of timber US$ 60. The top surface will need smoothing as the boards are 140mm wideI will incorporate compound mitre saw, interchangeable inserts for router, power saw and jig saw. Any advice will be welcomed.Thanks
Great post thanks for sharing it. Maybe to aid with the accuracy of the back fence, I would try putting one screw into the back fence, counter sunk and very tight, Light taps of the rail, should be able to give very slight adjustments. satisfied,
Just great! Now I can minimise the 'Law of Tangle' according to Brian!!!!Thanks
Congrats mate!One of the best projects I have seen!Thanks for sharing it.
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Well done mate!On my return to Thailand, I will try to make one.I have seen a few designs, and would like to suggest making the dome support from split or small diameter bamboo while still green. It bends easily and will burn away very cleanly.The bricks in Thailand are also a lot smaller, so a good curve should be easy to accomplish. Another thought, is to get some cheap mosaic tiles, usually in 300X300 mm squares, lay them over the mould and apply mortar over the mesh backing and then lay the bricks directly onto them in a good mortar bed.Thanks for sharing
Is that mold or mould?
I wouldn't put a coating on, as it will make the surface slippery for clamping etc. Just leave it natural mate.A great build thanks for sharing it!
Well done, a great little project and very well presented. Thanks for sharing it!