"Here is a quick look at polishers.... No special info here, but maybe it will help some first timers a little....
Grinders I use and like; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5qmPQDMjEDc
This is a kitchen job that I cancelled and am now cutting…"
"Thanks David and James
Cretus; I have very few worries moving stuff round the workshop. I don't lift much by hand at all.... even when I have friends or workers in the workshop with me, I like the safety and ease of using gadgets and…"
I very much admire the work that you do and the techniques you've shared in the forums. In particular, I'm planning on trying out some of the material handling techniques including the hi lift jacks. It seems really straightforward but, any tips you might share?
Hi Sam, 4.9 x 1.1 x 60mm, in one pc.I stuffed up on the other comment about the size. Thanks. I have a job coming up that has a company logo in the front, like your REAL picture. I have an idea how to go about it. How did you do it?. Nice clean lines and fine work. cheers James
They do mention a bit about flyash, basically what you are doing, mixing that & silica fume because of flyashs' workability, talk about a high dosing using flyash, 15-40% for class C & 15-25% for class F, but do warn of early strength suffering at high doses. No mention of mix ratio though.
Hi Sam, Hows it going up there? Just getting a few samples sorted down here, sprayed E3 yesterday & will be putting on the 2K today if the wind drops a bit (no garage doors on workshop yet) Still struggling a bit getting the right % of microsilica for a flowable gravel mix seem to need a lot of super P & high w/c, any thoughts? Might have o go for a kite & think about it!