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    regarding the levellingscrews, the levellingpins are in each corner of every slate. Also near the middle of the slate I think. So instead of having to

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    I would be interested to see what Geoff has to say on that subject.

    If your fitter levels slates by tapping in wooden wedges, get anothe

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    When Star started to paint their table legs gold, in order to cover the low quality timber now being used, we had a slew of members wanting to know h

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    Quick question.

    Does anyone know how i can nail some black painted MDF onto my table...?

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    How much does slate actually sag Geoff? I have an early 1900s table with 2 1/4 inch slates and the baulk end slate runs in from both sides quite a lot

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