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Automatic and hand tools, sanders, stilts etc. What's hot and what's not.

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    Hi, I'm new to this forum. Does anyone know how to use the apla tools. Thks

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    Hey Ray and welcome. I think TonyM has some of those tools.
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    Is that Ray that I sold the Apla- tech tools to?
    There are comprehensive videos on YouTube and the Apla- tech website

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    A few vids on how to use the different apla tech tools here :http://www.apla-tech.com/cffs.html
    loads of vids on YouTube here : http://m.youtube.com/results?q=apla%20tech&sm=

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    Hi tony, ray here, I'm not sure if I bought them off u. Did we have a bit of a hassle with the delivery.

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    Would these tools be good for applying tape ready to spray plaster over?

    We already have the pump so seems logical. Most of our work is commercial or latge houses

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raytaper View Post
    Hi tony, ray here, I'm not sure if I bought them off u. Did we have a bit of a hassle with the delivery.
    I sold the big pump and some coaters but not the Canon. If your surname begins with Mul then it was you

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    Quote Originally Posted by currierplastering View Post
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    Would these tools be good for applying tape ready to spray plaster over?

    We already have the pump so seems logical. Most of our work is commercial or latge houses
    I take it you have the big airless for the spray drywall gear. You would need a continuous flow automatic taper for that. Watch the videos, it's quick! You would however be almost as quick with a normal bazooka

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    Hi tony, I'm a different Ray, my surname is Whiteside, I bought these tools about 18 months ago and never used them. They look if they haven't been used. I'm looking for someone to show me how to use them. I willing to travel to watch someone use theirs, if it's not much hassle to them. I've been taping for 30 years now so know quite a bit. Thks

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    I only use the Apla tech kit to do my internals, and fill the Canon with a normal drywall pump.

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