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Wood Ceilings

19th January 2012
Before deciding on which wood ceiling you want in a special room, think about a few things. Do you have a flat ceiling? A vaulted ceiling? A cathedral ceiling? This will affect your design choices about your ceiling. A very common type of wood ceili... Read >
Author: HomeHelper

N Scale Model Trains - Advantages and Disadvantages

09th February 2011
Model trains come in a variety of sizes or scales. One of the most popular is the N scale which ranges from 1/148 to 1/160 the size of a real train. Putting it in perspective, a 70 foot locomotive would be about 5-1/4" to 5-5/8" long. With small size, ... Read >
Author: dave staples

ToolPost’s VersaChuck Model T Woodturning Chuck: Perfect for the Smaller Lathe

05th August 2010
For woodturners who work with smaller lathes, The ToolPost's VersaChuck Model T woodturning chuck is just the job. Available for only £51.02 (ex VAT) at http://www.toolpost.co.uk/, this chuck has become one of The ToolPost's best selling items, enabling ... Read >
Author: Jumping Spider Media

Sony Ericsson Xperia X8: Mini form of Sony Ericsson Xperia X10

13th July 2010
Sony Ericsson Xperia X8 was previously rumored as Sony Ericsson Shakira. It is basically a X10 mini having 3 inch screen with a 320 x 480 pixels resolution. It runs on Android 1.6 and powered by a 600MHz processor and 1200 mAh battery. Sony ericsson Xperi... Read >
Author: Raina Kelsey

Best Bathroom Ventilation: Vent Away Moisture and Mold with these Tips

23rd December 2009
The American bathroom is undergoing a major renovation. The standard 5'x8' bathroom with a tub and shower combo is giving way to a spa-like setting with artistic styling and unique materials. Bathroom ventilation however, is frequently underpowered to han... Read >
Author: The Money Pit

Guide to HO Scale Model Railroad Trains 4 x 8 Foot Benchwork

24th November 2009
Building bench-work for the first time for your model railroad is an exciting moment! To create a good first layout for HO scale model trains, a great way to start is with a basic plan for 4 x 8 foot bench-work. You are essentially building a table from a... Read >
Author: Joe Kanooga
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