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Old 01-29-2010, 07:20 PM   #11 (permalink)
 
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thanks for the comments to everyone.They are around 8inches around 16in long including the handles.actual work space is 10in with 3in handles on both sides and they weigh almost 4lbs.I use the standard corian adhesive to glue these up and you don't have to rough up the surface before glueing but I do hit the pieces with 220 grit just to make sure there is no dirt or ink to bleed though.
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Those look great.
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What the heck is standard corian adhesive? I always have used CA. That is pretty damn sweet though!
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i used 4 layers of corian to get the thickness I wanted.
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corian makes a two part epoxy that matches the color of their product.You need a special gun and mixing tips to do this.
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Those are sweet, I hope my wife doesn't see them.
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Thanks Wolfe!! and How do I get in touch with her???? LOL
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Thanks Wolfe!! and How do I get in touch with her???? LOL
Lol she is a member here - awolfe. She will get around to seeing this eventually.
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Very nice and, no doubt, effective :-)

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Wow - 4 lbs - that will sure make quick work of rolling out material
Great looking rolling pins
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