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KennyM

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#85044 12-Jun-2011 14:29
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I tried for ages to find a NZ wood working forum, couldnt find one so ive started one up.
Somewhere for people to come and ask questions about hobbying or things like 'how should i hang things on my walls'
Simple sort of DIY questions.

www.woodworkingforum.co.nz

Ive spent time adding some of the stuff ive done and setting up the forums, im open to feedback and ideas.

Now you know where to come to ask about getting a arcade machine cabinet made, or questions about how to make your own. or other custom idea's youve come up with.

There are other forums, but some are riddled with avertising and none are local, so they have things like 'just pop down to *some store that doesn't exist in nz* and grabs *item that isnt sold in nz*

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  #480354 12-Jun-2011 16:53
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Great idea, I imagine in time many people will be using this website.

 
 
 

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#480366 12-Jun-2011 17:34
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Good Stuff,will add to my Favorites  Smile

KennyM

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  #480421 12-Jun-2011 20:15
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Im hoping a few people that know what type are doing will find it and show off there work.
Then stick around and answer some questions thats people have.

Still thinking on how to get the word out, was thinking of making up a buisness card sized thing and putting it in supermarkets and notice boards around the place.
or even taking them into a couple of tool shops, perhaps the mitre 10 tool section. Not sure how many places would allow it...but would also be hard to get those out out-of town



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  #482916 19-Jun-2011 20:49
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Looks good mate I've been tryingto get ideas to start something also. Looks really nice and clean.




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KennyM

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  #483321 20-Jun-2011 18:12
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Thanks, Was trying to get it as clean and easy to use as possible.

I think it worked out, ive added a couple more things...Like I add 'show off your workshop' and a couple of others after i saw it and thought it would fit in nicely

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