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    hi guys
    ive been doing this only a couple of months and are now looking for new kit cant afford top of the range gearjust yet wondering is this any good or is there better thanks: chris http://www.amazon.co.uk/Industrial-C...ll+sander+110v

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    Apologies, your post was caught in moderation because of the link in the comment.
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    Welcome to the trade that is known as taping and jointing. Where the price of all your tools compared to your meterage rate means you should of become a chippy.
    Or a renderer!! 8+ a square meter those boys

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    Quote Originally Posted by dnbdan View Post
    Welcome to the trade that is known as taping and jointing. Where the price of all your tools compared to your meterage rate means you should of become a chippy.
    Or a renderer!! 8+ a square meter those boys
    Yep! Get putting up those timber frames... Or run a rendering crew with a machine.

    7-9 hundred pound a day for frames.

    if the cnuts measured our plots properly tape and joint would stil be good!

    Did id a fairly large 3 story 4 bed last week, well I did two... Flat ceilings big rooms.... 385 meters lol fcuking lol... Try 450 at least.

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    yea I imagine that happens a lot, the fcuking retards.
    Could be worse tho, could be a boarder..
    Great fun till you get to loading out your 30-40th sheet, then it's kill yourself territory

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    allso looking for a new sander and hoover any prefrence guys

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    What ever ur used to..

    hoover wise hilti or the bosh is good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fishy View Post
    allso looking for a new sander and hoover any prefrence guys
    I would prob have everything u r needing!! Not sure about the sander as I have 2 sitting doing nothing but 1 I think needs a bearing! Boxes yes I have corner finisher yes roller yes! Gun yes! I was away 2 get shot of some stuff! P.M me if ur interested!

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    Just bought a flex sander and vacuum just need to learn how to use it. ..what's the correct grade of sandpaper plus a nice trowel?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fishy View Post
    Just bought a flex sander and vacuum just need to learn how to use it. ..what's the correct grade of sandpaper plus a nice trowel?
    depends on filler ur using?
    I use 320 abranet disks on freemans!
    Would say go for the abranet disks they r good and last!

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    Every trowel I have is Marshalltown but that nela trowels r meant to b good!

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