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post #11 of 19 (permalink) Old 05-19-2014, 04:11 AM
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Ian, I have had another look at Carols website which I included in the last thread and she still carries these tubes you are looking for. Take a look at her site. cheers June
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Not sure if it will help, but having dentures means a ready supply of nice tubes, I go through 1 a month or so, a better size and length are also available with Calceos (Calcium & Vitamin D) supplement tablets and I go through one of these every 5 days.
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Thanks to all who responded to my querie regarding storing scroll saw blades. Wandai Woodie put onto a site in Aust and the can supply what I want. I live near the sea band unless it is plated ,painted or kept in an enclosed utensil it will rust.
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I am looking for some some plastic tubes that I can store my scroll saw blades in.
6 inches long and ¾ inch in dia. I live in Australia and am unable to purchase any here the right size. The sites that advertise in books do not ship outside America.
I was wandering if someone knows of someone that would ship to Australia
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I use 16x150 mm plastic test tubes. the're perfect.

Lab Direct sells them. They are in Sydney (I think), but they also sell online.
I paid just under $100 for pack of 200 tubs + 500 caps + 2 racks.
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Test tube, Polystyrene, 16x150mm

They also sell caps for them
Push in Stoppers, Neutral, 16mm Dia Tubes

and racks (very cool)
Test Tube Racks



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i got mine on Amazon.com but dont know if they ship worldwide or not?

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I am looking for some some plastic tubes that I can store my scroll saw blades in.
6 inches long and ¾ inch in dia. I live in Australia and am unable to purchase any here the right size. The sites that advertise in books do not ship outside America.
I was wandering if someone knows of someone that would ship to Australia
Cheers Ian
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