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09/1/2007
18:37
Looks a good site. Shows you what to do as well. http://www.clubframeco.com/ pc
pc4900074200
09/1/2007
13:42
you can Knot be serious
wild bill
09/1/2007
12:15
ah yes the splinter movement ploy
waldron
09/1/2007
12:13
To me Bill's last post make me think of a large, butch, lumber jacketed, woollen hat wearing, woman, in big wellies. With a large sharp axe in her hands. With Bill cowering down on the floor say? 'But I've got a wood-splitter!!!!!!!!' Lucky man. LOL pc
pc4900074200
09/1/2007
11:56
a close call!!! http://www.icelolly.tv/show.php?vid=V103&rate=5
yankyboy
09/1/2007
11:55
In praise of beautiful and intelligent women indeed, especially if they bring their own logs!
wild bill
09/1/2007
09:39
cheers the boss will no doubt drag me round the shops in search of the goodies. some people get pleasure out of watching others try to work on picture frames. the quicker the better. me, i tried to forestall this pleasure by saying that the art work is still to cold to work in, March was mentioned so i countered with May. Not to be out flanked , i finally was outstumped with promise of 2 cubic metres of logs to keep me warm i never seem to win. In praise of beautiful intelligent women
waldron
09/1/2007
09:35
pc4900074200 - 8 Jan'07 - 21:18 - 51 of 52 That's the weirdest looking tennis bat I've ever see, or is it a snooker cue?
wild bill
08/1/2007
21:23
http://www.frameco-online.com/shopusa/index.htm Last one :-] pc
pc4900074200
08/1/2007
21:18
http://www.tooled-up.com//Product.asp?PID=108832&MAN=Bessey-Ban-700-Band-Clamp-7-Metre pc Edit: we should not be posting all this on this thread. It's for planting trees not cutting them up to make things out of. LOL
pc4900074200
08/1/2007
21:16
Will add more, as and when? http://www.woodworkingtips.com/etips/etip010830ws.html pc
pc4900074200
08/1/2007
21:09
http://www.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=13499847
waldron
08/1/2007
21:05
Just thought. Bill, it's windows and window frames that I make. Not picture frames although I have made a few in my time. pc :-]
pc4900074200
08/1/2007
21:02
cheers pc much appreciated enjoy your evening
waldron
08/1/2007
20:57
For a start 4 of these? Corner Clamps. http://www.diytools.co.uk/Product.aspx/!DR_65068 You can use any wood that takes your fancy if you have the machines to shape it. 45 deg. cuts and just glue or if the frame is large you could dowel the corners before glueing and clamping. With small frames you can buy a Mitring guillotine to do the work. Any good hobby / craft shops should be able to help with frame material or put you in touch with a supplier. pc Pity your not local I have tons of off-cuts that could machined to make frames. I take them all to the pub and they are burnt on an open fire. Edit: Ebay is cheeper for the corner clamps. Also go on-line for framing material.
pc4900074200
08/1/2007
18:01
Above is pc's area of expertise
wild bill
08/1/2007
15:42
pc, wb et al. need your ideas on the best method of building picture frames. what wood and the simplest joins Being that both of us are artists, we have loads of canvasses in need of frames. cheers ps i'am the one who drinks beer wine spirits etc
waldron
17/12/2006
08:35
The Sunday Times December 17, 2006 Former M&S man leads timber fund Matthew Goodman THE former deputy chairman of Marks & Spencer is making a return to public-company life by spearheading the flotation of a new investment fund that specialises in the timber industry. Keith Oates, who served for five years as deputy chairman of the high-street giant, has been appointed chairman of Phaunos Timber Fund, which is expected to float on the Alternative Investment Market this week. Phaunos has raised £59m from institutions ahead of its stock-market debut. It will invest in timber-related companies. It is thought to be the first time a vehicle has floated in London dedicated to investing in this sector. Instit- utions that have subscribed for shares include F&C and Tilney. Previous timber investment products have concentrated on the American market but Phaunos is keen to address the broader international market. Four Winds Capital Management, a firm based in America, has been hired as the fund's investment manager. Phaunos has been set up as a closed-end investment fund and is incorporated in Guernsey. It is listing on the Channel Islands stock exchange as well as in London. Shore has been appointed as broker and nominated adviser. Oates, 64, resigned from M&S in 1999 after failing to land the chief executive's job. Despite being eager to succeed Sir Richard Greenbury at the head of M&S, he was passed over after a highly acrimonious succession battle. A former governor of the BBC, Oates has worked for a string of well-known companies, including Rolls-Royce and BT. He has not served on the board of a quoted company since leaving Diageo in 2004. http://business.timesonline.co.uk/article/0,,8209-2508209,00.html
waldron
17/12/2006
08:24
Last Updated: Friday, 15 December 2006, 19:21 GMT E-mail this to a friend Printable version Care needed with carbon offsets By Jonathan Amos Science reporter, BBC News, San Francisco Trees planted in the tropics would have the biggest cooling effect Planting forests to combat global warming may be a waste of time, especially if those trees are at high latitudes, new research suggests. Scientists say the benefits that come from trees reducing atmospheric carbon dioxide can be outweighed by their capacity to trap heat near the ground. Computer modelling indicates that trees only really work to cool the planet if they are planted in the tropics. The research has been discussed at an American Geophysical Union meeting. Planting more trees in high latitudes could be counterproductive from a climate perspective Dr Govindasamy Bala "What we have found is in the so-called mid-latitude region where the United States is located and majority of European countries are located, the climate benefits of planting will be nearly zero," said ecologist Govindasamy Bala of Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. "[In] the seasonally snow-covered regions [at even higher latitudes], planting new trees could be actually counter-productive," he told BBC News. Growing issue Dr Bala and colleague Ken Caldeira, from the Carnegie Institution of Washington, used a computer model to determine the impact which forests in different parts of the planet would have on temperature. Their analysis indicates that three key factors are involved: forests can cool the planet by absorbing the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide during photosynthesis they can also cool the planet by evaporating water to the atmosphere and increasing cloudiness; a deck of white clouds reflects incoming solar radiation straight back out into space trees can also have a warming effect because they are dark and absorb a lot of sunlight, holding heat near ground level "Our study shows that tropical forests are very beneficial to the climate because they take up carbon and increase cloudiness, which in turn helps cool the planet," explained Dr Bala. Interest has been growing in offsetting carbon emissions The further you move from the equator, though, these gains are eroded; and the team's modelling predicts that planting more trees in mid- and high-latitude locations could lead to a net warming of a few degrees by the year 2100. "The darkening of the surface by new forest canopies in the high-latitude boreal regions allows absorption of more sunlight that helps to warm the surface," Dr Bala said. "In fact, planting more trees in high latitudes could be counterproductive from a climate perspective." The study finds little or no climate benefit when trees are planted in temperate regions. The scientists warn that many schemes designed to offset emissions of carbon by planting trees may not be appropriate. "When you plant trees to slow down global warming, you have to be careful where you do it. I think our study shows clearly the climate benefits are maximised if you plant them in the tropics," Dr Bala told BBC News. Jonathan.Amos-INTERNET@bbc.co.uk http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/science/nature/6184577.stm
waldron
17/12/2006
00:14
you're welcome
wild bill
15/12/2006
17:11
its enough to bring a lump to the throat and a tear to the eye thank you marra for sharing this moment with me.
waldron
15/12/2006
17:01
26 feet wide, 6 feet high, 8 feet deep mmmmmmmmmmmmmm
wild bill
15/12/2006
16:55
I considered one of those but preferred the Hunter
wild bill
15/12/2006
16:54
my wood stove has a side opening which allows me to shunt the beams 3 or 4 metres long into place.
waldron
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