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#1 posted 07-01-2007 10:57 PM

Tom,
I first “discovered” the Floor panels after I made the floor in my house.
They are giving a guaranty for 15 years (10~25, depends on the quality) so, it must be good for my jigs.

I’m using it almost for anything that requires 5/16” plates and even as a router bases, Circular saw bases and Circular saw guide (they come in 50” or 100” long), and even TS sleds.

One small advise…When you drill a hole in the Floor Panel and counter-sink it, if you want to re-enforce the hole, spread some CA on the counter-sink and the hole itself and let it dry (actually, penetrate) for some 10 minutes…the hole becomes “Iron”...I did it on my router table for the router mounting holes…of course you can use this method to re-enforce holes in MDF, plywood or Melamine.

All kind of glues are coming off very easy except the CA (super glue) that is “welding” the Plastic laminate.

Regards
niki


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