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  Topic: Mortice joints.
tahir

Replies: 53
Views: 7024
PostForum: Make Your Own/DIY   Posted: Wed May 12, 21 10:22 am   Subject: Mortice joints.
British Turkey Oak isn't regarded as any good for timber, but no idea if imported might be good for sleepers. We sometimes get ash that has rot in it that smells like cow pats; we call it cow poo ash. ...
  Topic: Mortice joints.
tahir

Replies: 53
Views: 7024
PostForum: Make Your Own/DIY   Posted: Tue May 11, 21 7:36 pm   Subject: Mortice joints.
We e just been cutting oak sleepers for flower beds. We thought it smelt like cow shit
  Topic: Wooden Sideboard
tahir

Replies: 14
Views: 383
PostForum: Trading Post   Posted: Tue May 11, 21 7:34 pm   Subject: Wooden Sideboard
Yeah looks like oak
  Topic: Custom size printing
tahir

Replies: 13
Views: 175
PostForum: IT Matters   Posted: Tue May 11, 21 7:33 pm   Subject: Custom size printing
I struggled with this on a canon printer, you had to ‘register’ a custom size on the printer before you could use it. Not sure if it’s something similar
  Topic: Energy via elements
tahir

Replies: 13
Views: 309
PostForum: Energy Efficiency and Construction/Major Projects   Posted: Tue May 11, 21 1:09 pm   Subject: Energy via elements
Perovskite/silicon cells are at around 28% now
  Topic: Energy via elements
tahir

Replies: 13
Views: 309
PostForum: Energy Efficiency and Construction/Major Projects   Posted: Mon May 10, 21 2:00 pm   Subject: Energy via elements
In the 70s they were all national or international state funded programmes, there are now several private companies in the field that I guess are under more pressure to deliver.

Lets see.
  Topic: Mortice joints.
tahir

Replies: 53
Views: 7024
PostForum: Make Your Own/DIY   Posted: Mon May 10, 21 10:45 am   Subject: Mortice joints.
V nice Nick
  Topic: Energy via elements
tahir

Replies: 13
Views: 309
PostForum: Energy Efficiency and Construction/Major Projects   Posted: Mon May 10, 21 10:44 am   Subject: Energy via elements
Very good series, thorium is definitely worth exploring but you never know, fusion might happen soon! There are several firms in the UK and US that reckon they'll have working reactors by the 2030s. S ...
  Topic: Mortice joints.
tahir

Replies: 53
Views: 7024
PostForum: Make Your Own/DIY   Posted: Sat May 08, 21 5:18 pm   Subject: Mortice joints.
Do you need to oil ita?
  Topic: Replacing the shed roof.
tahir

Replies: 11
Views: 370
PostForum: Energy Efficiency and Construction/Major Projects   Posted: Thu Apr 29, 21 8:02 pm   Subject: Replacing the shed roof.
Agree no need for insulation
  Topic: Replacing the shed roof.
tahir

Replies: 11
Views: 370
PostForum: Energy Efficiency and Construction/Major Projects   Posted: Thu Apr 29, 21 7:04 pm   Subject: Replacing the shed roof.
Oh, and the "lightweight growing media" is not unique, you'll find recipes for it, there's probably one in the book
  Topic: Replacing the shed roof.
tahir

Replies: 11
Views: 370
PostForum: Energy Efficiency and Construction/Major Projects   Posted: Thu Apr 29, 21 7:03 pm   Subject: Replacing the shed roof.
"Compare that to Urbanscape. The green roof solution uses a unique lightweight growing media rather than soil and as a result is less than 8 cm thick and six times lighter than traditional systems wei ...
  Topic: Replacing the shed roof.
tahir

Replies: 11
Views: 370
PostForum: Energy Efficiency and Construction/Major Projects   Posted: Thu Apr 29, 21 7:00 pm   Subject: Replacing the shed roof.
Thanks both. I need to put some real thought into it.

If I went with lightweight aggregate, how deep would it need to be, do you know Tahir? I was looking at the 18mm osb board.

Re insulation D ...
  Topic: Replacing the shed roof.
tahir

Replies: 11
Views: 370
PostForum: Energy Efficiency and Construction/Major Projects   Posted: Thu Apr 29, 21 4:32 pm   Subject: Replacing the shed roof.
The weight is going to be the biggest issue, you'll need to look at the weight per m3 of planting medium and double it to allow for snow/rain.

You don't need soil, and you don't need to plant. You ...
  Topic: Landscaping project
tahir

Replies: 639
Views: 340347
PostForum: Energy Efficiency and Construction/Major Projects   Posted: Tue Apr 06, 21 1:36 pm   Subject: Landscaping project
Looks good
 
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