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    Heather's Printing Frame...

    Work has started on a second printing frame (10x8 size). It will be made from American White Oak, and I've profiled a length of wood to make the frame from.

    I've also made 6 brass knobs - 4 for the back, and 2 to hold the leather handle on with.

    So, just for Heather, here are the brass knobs as they stand at the moment (they need to be finished off / polished - but you'll get the idea).

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    Yay knobs! They're lovely I'm so glad my frame will be made from American White Oak too
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    oooh shiny!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Akki14 View Post
    Yay knobs! They're lovely I'm so glad my frame will be made from American White Oak too
    Yes, I'm trying to save the English Oaks
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    Quote Originally Posted by vickersdc View Post
    Yes, I'm trying to save the English Oaks
    Ahh you have loads of them. Foresters have always planned and planted a nice fresh supply throughout the history of British woodlands to know that they will be chopped down sometime.

    US on the other hand, I don't think they do that... it's just a given that you have to clear a load of forest to put up more cardboard box housing. At least it seems that way back in New Hampshire.
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