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Routing or partly cutting through a solid wood wall

Discussion in 'Wood / Woodwork / Carpentry' started by d000hg, 31 Oct 2019.

  1. d000hg

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    I've seen stranger things! But perhaps not.
     
  2. Chud

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    Yeah it's what they call a 'twelve change of underwear' job!


    I think you need to get someone round to quote/advise - failing that start by describing in here what the overall project is to give context as to why the rebate is needed - then some of the folks in here may be able to suggest something that will let you step around the issue rather than trying to create this rebate - a job that I really don't you are really not ready to tackle.
     
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  4. Chud

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    Also a few photos would help...
     
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  5. Nozzle

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    Chain Saw Morticer...

    However, that's a chunky piece of timber to find in a wall. Chunky enough to suggest it is structural.

    Nozzle
     
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  7. paulrockliffe

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    Stitch drill it then chisel it out. This is a hand tool job. Sharp hand tools.
     
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