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A new Member. I live in Launceston, Tasmania Australia. I am 50+some

I have worked for an airline for the last 29 years, but still are busy doing cabinet making/joinery; I am halfway through a new kitchen for a client at this time. My original trade was a solid plasterer. In AUS, this trade entails, Concrete finishing, cement rendering, trowel plastering over rendered walls, laying slate floors and all types of quarry, mosaicand ceramic tiles.

I am kept busy doing all of the above, I need to work for the airline to get some rest!

I found this site via a google search. I will look forward to some good info.

Cheers all, Russell
 

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Welcome to the forum Russell. We are a very diverse group of people here from all kinds of backgrounds. You got questions? They will be answered here so don't wait to jump in. If you don't like one answer just keep reading 'till you find one you like.
 

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Rusty, welcome to the friendliest woodworking site you will find. We have forums here for all types of woodworking. With members from beginners right up to advanced ones and we all get along with each other as id we are on the same level. So welcome and G'Day on ya mate.
 

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Welcome Russell. You make one post and Bob's your uncle you have 5 replies. I am interested in hearing if you use a router or spiral saw with a carbide burr for cutting and shaping your tile?
 

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russgail said:
Hi All

A new Member. I live in Launceston, Tasmania Australia. I am 50+some

I have worked for an airline for the last 29 years, but still are busy doing cabinet making/joinery; I am halfway through a new kitchen for a client at this time. My original trade was a solid plasterer. In AUS, this trade entails, Concrete finishing, cement rendering, trowel plastering over rendered walls, laying slate floors and all types of quarry, mosaicand ceramic tiles.

I am kept busy doing all of the above, I need to work for the airline to get some rest!

I found this site via a google search. I will look forward to some good info.

Cheers all, Russell
Hi Russell!

Thank God for Google!

W e l c o m e . . A b o a r d !!

Wow, you really are kept busy busy!!

I know you will enjoy yourself here...
 

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Hi Mike

I have 2 sizes of the scribe and snap type tile cutters to take a tile up 500 wide, and an electric wet diamond blade saw.

Haven't tried the router type at this stage.

Cheers Russell
 
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