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    t-track

    I recommend to you. I think it is very cheap. Elsewhere are a bit much. It would be good if it can be shipped to Hungary, but unfortunately not. Unfortunately, the self-made did not work.

    http://www.hartvilletool.com/product/13277

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    I just looked, it'd be about the cost of the item for one of us ship to you from US by USPS and we wouldn't be able to send the 48" piece.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Kosmowski View Post
    I just looked, it'd be about the cost of the item for one of us ship to you from US by USPS and we wouldn't be able to send the 48" piece.
    Dear Mark!
    Do you have a good strong saws and a tape measure, a 40" long? Say more?
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    Mark UPS or Fedx would probably be cheaper and they both will ship over 48"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck Thoits View Post
    Mark UPS or Fedx would probably be cheaper and they both will ship over 48"
    Mark! The fedX and UPS are very expensive. I have time, waiting for priority mail, but I would ask Mark cut the length, so far as is necessary. Thank you very much addressed to me.

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    I have a non-ferrous blade for RAS - just cut some 1/8" brass. These are aluminum, right?

    That price is for 1 lb - anyone know the actual weight of this stuff?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jozsef Zsomle View Post
    Mark! The fedX and UPS are very expensive. I have time, waiting for priority mail, but I would ask Mark cut the length, so far as is necessary. Thank you very much addressed to me.

    József
    Yep. FedEx wants more than $100! I could almost deliver in person for that price!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Kosmowski View Post
    Yep. FedEx wants more than $100! I could almost deliver in person for that price!
    Mark! Thank you very much for helping me! Yes it is aluminum. Weighing about 3 lb. HUUUu the FEDX very expensive. I think an iron hand saw is very good. József
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Kosmowski View Post
    I have a non-ferrous blade for RAS - just cut some 1/8" brass. These are aluminum, right?...
    Aluminum will also cut nicely with a carbide-tipped wood cutting blade. I've done it accidentally and also on purpose. Feed gently and wear eye protection. A hacksaw also would make short work of it.
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    I just want to pipe in and say kudos to Mark and other FWW members here in the US for helping folks in other places get "stuff". I have done this in the past and it not only got the person what they were after, it made me feel good to do it. Well done.
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