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Hey LePallet, that’s a nice looking unit. Could you educate me as to what “messmate” means? Cheers Deb
Hey Deb @Mathy,
Just a quick little Workshop tip for you.
If you are asking another member a question, try typing the @ symbol and then their username. Like this @LePallet. Then the member will be alerted to your post and more likely to give you a prompt reply.
Yes hi @Mathy
Messmate is otherwise known as Eucalyptus obliqua and is often grouped with Tasmanian Oak and Victorian Ash at the timber yard. ... The colour of the Messmate timberranges from a pale brown to light yellow with a hint of peach. It’s a Harwood which is very solid and very strong if glued up right.
Thanks @Jason - that’s the first “@“ I’ve missed in ?How Many Posts??
Thanks @LePallet for the explanation about Messmate, much appreciated, cheers
Ah, so sorry Deb (@Mathy) - you're all over it.
Good stuff. Please let me know if you ever need anything.
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