hmmm whats your thoughts

Djr

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Looks sound depends how much those jointing strips cost . Cant see our firm getting them though with the wank beads and scrim they buy
 

Gibbo

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For rail roading boards the aussies do the same with thin ply pushed over the top of the boards
 

Gibbo

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Its done to use full boards and less cuts and cuts out butt joints as it pulls the board up to create a tapered joint
 

bof

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Ah that's because they've been taking to @bof the f**k**g numpty
My method id a stronger fix so nah
This method is flawed if not supported by board at both ends so nah
My method you can taper the board ends for tape and joint so nah

Lol

Still waiting for your applause of my thermal fire fixings design
 

tapit

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it was launched about two years ago so i guess it has not taken off, nice idea but not needed unlike the bead tape which works and will be cheap and small enough for every spread to keep in the van for those tricky occasions..
 

BigBish

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it was launched about two years ago so i guess it has not taken off, nice idea but not needed unlike the bead tape which works and will be cheap and small enough for every spread to keep in the van for those tricky occasions..
Like when they are plastering but have run out of plaster to stick the beads on.
 
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