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 Post subject: Re: Things worked, crafted, sculpted written&knitted by RMer
PostPosted: Tue November 13, 2018 10:52 pm 
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 Post subject: Re: Things worked, crafted, sculpted written&knitted by RMer
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THat was fuckin terrifying. I’m scared shitless of gas cannisters. Never doing this again



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 Post subject: Re: Things worked, crafted, sculpted written&knitted by RMer
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Finished. Well some varnish for the top still to come but the fiddly bits are done



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 Post subject: Re: Things worked, crafted, sculpted written&knitted by RMer
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Question for dime - what's the best way to take apart a pallet to get the most usable pieces? reciprocating saw thru the nails?

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 Post subject: Re: Things worked, crafted, sculpted written&knitted by RMer
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doone wrote:
Question for dime - what's the best way to take apart a pallet to get the most usable pieces? reciprocating saw thru the nails?


If you have one yeah try the Saw.
That said you can still find yourself with bogey wood
It’s a lot more effort but I find that if the wood survives banging it off the frame with a lump hammer and crow bar, it’s going you survive whatever purpose you’re putting it to, does that make sense? Tbh I’ve never used one of those saws myself though I have been tempted but if you haven’t bought one yet, look up duck bill pallet breaker online.
It’s a metal bar with two lips that takes apart pallets easily. It’s only useful for the types of pallets most commonly used in the states so it’s no good to me, otherwise I’d have one. It’s a lot cheaper that a reciprocating Saw too.

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 Post subject: Re: Things worked, crafted, sculpted written&knitted by RMer
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those duckbill things are cool but I do have a saw so I may try that route. Thanks

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 Post subject: Re: Things worked, crafted, sculpted written&knitted by RMer
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My friend hired me to make a table for his boyfriends Christmas present.
So I did this. I wanna paint the inner deck a cherry red gloss, I know I’d like it but I’m not sure his boyfriend will. Tough Decisions...I don’t like them


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Got the go ahead for the red. Gonna be cool


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 Post subject: Re: Things worked, crafted, sculpted written&knitted by RMer
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Are you gonna get paid for this job?

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wease wrote:
Are you gonna get paid for this job?

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wease wrote:
Are you gonna get paid for this job?



Not til Thursday :) finished :)


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Strontium alluminate for the win



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This is gonna be a double helix lamp. So it’ll be twice as tall as this. About 2ft tall when finished. First part is done. I’m liking it



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