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01-02-2013, 08:54   #61
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Anyone know if iedepot is still in business? I sent an email the other day inquiring about a product, but it bounced. Yet there's an ad in Done Deal for a scrollsaw which I was asking about - but it's marked as out of stock on the website.
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01-03-2013, 09:27   #62
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Got an e-mail yesterday that Screw Fix Direct are now shipping to Ireland and other EU countries.

http://www.screwfix.com/jsp/container.jsp

Also if anyone looking for kitchen fittings try these lads out

http://www.kitchenfittingsdirect.com/
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04-03-2013, 20:10   #63
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Got an e-mail yesterday that Screw Fix Direct are now shipping to Ireland and other EU countries.

http://www.screwfix.com/jsp/container.jsp
Looks like they don't do anything heavy or bulky. Scroll saws, table saws "cannot be shipped outside mainland uk"
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04-03-2013, 20:39   #64
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Looks like they don't do anything heavy or bulky. Scroll saws, table saws "cannot be shipped outside mainland uk"
Ken try parcel motel, use their Norn Irl address, although that may not count as 'the mainland'. If oversize you can collect it from their depot in...Finglas I think.
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I've used parcel motel in the past, but I think mainland excludes N.I. so that's out...
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13-03-2013, 21:07   #66
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Anyone know if iedepot is still in business? I sent an email the other day inquiring about a product, but it bounced. Yet there's an ad in Done Deal for a scrollsaw which I was asking about - but it's marked as out of stock on the website.
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iedepot are still in business, I was talking to one of there staff the other day and ordered stuff off them a couple weeks back.
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just started a new on-line shop website - www.woodturning.ie and www.whraitt.ie - feel free to email any comments to me
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I'm looking for some wood turning chisels chucks etc. if anyone could help me?
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Has anyone heard of or used www.toolz.ie? The jig prices lok too good?
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Ive used Jebbtools for my most recent stuff. I only went on for a dog crate that the wife had told me about. Now I have bought from them 3 or 4 times already. Good staff and quality tools.
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anybody use powertool hub? got a few bits of them seem good on price!
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This is not quite in the tool supplier space, and it may be edge-case forum rules, but I am aware of some second hand 240v woodworking kit that is available for purchase:
namely a Sheppach hf 3000 spindle moulder c/w power feed
sliding carriage, cutter block
and a Multico Model M floor mounted morticing machine.
Owner has an aversion to adverts dot i.e. and similar.
Pls PM if interested etc
Mods delete if off side

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31-07-2015, 21:05   #73
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This is not quite in the tool supplier space, and it may be edge-case forum rules, but I am aware of some second hand 240v woodworking kit that is available for purchase:
namely a Sheppach hf 3000 spindle moulder c/w power feed
sliding carriage, cutter block
and a Multico Model M floor mounted morticing machine.
Owner has an aversion to adverts dot i.e. and similar.
Pls PM if interested etc
Mods delete if off side
No problem with a genuine heads up on tool supplies.

But keep all contact by pm only both the op and anyone interested in them
Please...

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Good quality second hand tools.

Im not sure if Im allowed to promote my own site here, and if not I apologise.
I have a range of good second hand woodworking tools for sale on adverts.ie. Planes by Stanley and Record, English made chisels , woodturning tools by Sorby and Ashley isles, drawknives , spokeshaves etc.
http://www.adverts.ie/search/user-727864
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I'll give mytools.ie (Ronayne Hardware) a plug as they were easy to deal with and quick to supply. I had problems ordering online for some reason couldn't get payment page to complete but found them easy to deal with on the phone. Courier they use for up to 30Kg is Fastway so that might put some people off, but for me more than made up for free delivery over €75.
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