I'm looking for a consistent way of forming up to 90 degree bends into flat bar (8mm x 50mm).
Does anyone have any experience of the tool below, or alternatives. If anyone is selling - even better. Thanks.
Sadolin Superdec is a water based opaque timber coating, that is also flexible and moves with the timbers. I've used it on numerous projects, and never had an issue with the coating failing and allowing water ingress.
Apply a durable finish, and you should only need to repaint if damage occurs. I use a product called Clean Extreme by Crown. It's a matt finish, but you can literally scrub it without affecting the finish.
Trade paint may appear more expensive, but when you weigh the cost against savings in...
The trade formulations have higher quality (more expensive) ingredients. This results in a higher opacity, ease of use and more durable.
Call into your local trade centre and give them details of what you need. I'm sure they will price match anything you see on the internet.
The 123 is more a grip/adhesion primer - I've used it on numerous projects. Take a look at Zinsser Allcoat as well, as it's a primer and finish coat in one product. Sadolin also do Superdec, again a great self priming product.
Are you using a trade Satin or Retail variant? A trade one should flow straight from the tin, but a bit of white spirit can be used to thin it if necessary (assuming it's oil based). If the time is put into preparation (sanding, cleaning, prime and undercoat where needed), the finish coats...
Hi, thanks for the reply. It's just having the capability of that thickness should the need arise. I'm a great believer in buying once and not upgrading in a year or so.
I cant see me taking it out of the workshop, as I've a good workspace for the projects I've lined up. Cheers.
I'm new to this metal burning, having spent the last 10 years or so in woodworking. I've a number of projects around the house and garden that will require welding, so I've just sold my table saw to release some cash and now I'm in the market for a reasonable unit. I'm also looking...