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Buyers guide

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Re: Buyers guide

Postby techauthorbob » 09 Aug 2017, 21:24

In Yorkshire I use aompany called WDS for knobs, fasteners, clamps and other industrial bits.

For saw blades I use Haworth Industrial Saws. New blades, sharpening etc. Really good service, ask for Adam.

For timber I often use British Hardwoods, between Keighley and Skipton. Very friendly and helpful.
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Re: Buyers guide

Postby Deejay » 10 Aug 2017, 13:26

Afternoon Bob

Thanks for the links. I'll add them to the guide.

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Re: Buyers guide

Postby techauthorbob » 12 Jan 2018, 16:42

Nearly forgot!

Airedale Factors on the outskirts of Silsden, West Yorkshire are good for electrical motors etc, have a look at their website for details.

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Re: Buyers guide

Postby Deejay » 16 Jan 2018, 16:50

techauthorbob wrote:Nearly forgot!

Airedale Factors on the outskirts of Silsden, West Yorkshire are good for electrical motors etc, have a look at their website for details.

Bob


Thanks Bob, done that.

If you have the web addresses, it would be useful in the future.

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