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I live near Ipswich in the UK.
I am a carpenter/general builder and have been working with wood for the past 25 years. I trained in furniture making and have worked on all sorts from fine carving to 500 year old timber framed buildings.
These days I spend far too much time with MDF and general building but it's work
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I live near Ipswich in the UK.
I am a carpenter/general builder and have been working with wood for the past 25 years. I trained in furniture making and have worked on all sorts from fine carving to 500 year old timber framed buildings.
These days I spend far too much time with MDF and general building but it's work
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I hope you are not making furniture with MDF. It is way to heavy. I use to cut cabinets for a company and one day was assigned a cabinet made from thick MDF. I spent most of a day cutting parts for the builder. After cutting, stacking and moving the heavy load to the builders area, my Boss informed me the order was written wrong and the first two items were only to be MDF, and the rest Oak. Anyhow, I will never cut that much MDF again.
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I spent some time in Kirton, near Ipswich, and had a good mate that was in the building. He made a model train for his garden and displayed steam tractors all over. His name is Fred Last. Have you heard of him? I lost contact but would like to get back in touch.
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