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Making a Stile ~ by WoodlandsTV

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`Monday Group` volunteer member Jim Edwards clearly and carefully takes us through the stages to make a specific stile from unseasoned solid green oak. Founder and Chair of the `Monday Group` - engineer Harold Rowling MBE, has improved upon his own original plans to design this particular model to ensure it has longevity and is user and installer-friendly.
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Posted in: Uncategorised ~ On: 10 September, 2014

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7 comments so far

Michael Flynn
September 10, 2014

Enjoyed the video Thanks

September 10, 2014

You have to turn up the saw sound!!  It doesn't quite overpower his faint voice…

September 11, 2014

Great vid.

Scott M
September 12, 2014

In the USA we have a thick, lanolin based grease called Lanocote. It is quite thick, almost waxy and is often used in the marine industry. It is especially good at stopping dissimilar metal corrosion. It would work well in lieu of the grease which you used on the bolts, since it would not wash away, and would make less mess on the wood. Do you have a similar product in the UK?

Jeremy Hunter
February 2, 2015

A lovely stile, and what a lovely day for putting it together!

stephen osborne
September 4, 2019

bit over the top

September 27, 2019

Fantastic great video.

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