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Thanks for your reply. We are all macs here so...

Thanks for your reply. We are all macs here so there isn't really an extra computer we can use just for the print server. However, that still might be the best option.

Thanks
Bryan
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Print servers

We are trying to move all the printers out of our office space (three printers) and are wondering if just getting some print servers will be the best option. We are using linksys routers on the...
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You shouldn't glue wood down on terrazzo period. ...

You shouldn't glue wood down on terrazzo period. No matter what you wash it with or what glue you use. If you want, call the flooring manufacturer and ask them. The terrazzo should have been...
03-21-06, 08:58 PM
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Posted By duneslider

When I grout I use the grout float and a little...

When I grout I use the grout float and a little grout and with the corner of the float I rub the mark away. Those new little "MR. Clean" sponges usually work too.

Bryan
03-03-06, 04:12 PM
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You should be just fine. I personally like that...

You should be just fine. I personally like that pattern. I did it on my bathroom floor and my fathers floor (700 sqft). You shouldn't have any problems doing it. It does take a little more time...
02-22-06, 03:36 PM
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Is there a reason you don't want to use...

Is there a reason you don't want to use Hardibacker board as your uncoupling? It runs about 9 bucks a sheet (usd) at all Home Depot's. That works out to about 65cents a foot. It would cost you...
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We bought one as a back up while we had a couple...

We bought one as a back up while we had a couple being repaired and it seems to be holding up quite well. We have used it on several thousand square feet without any problems yet.

Later
Bryan
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Posted By duneslider

If you have bounce with 1 and 1/8 then you need...

If you have bounce with 1 and 1/8 then you need to stiffen the floor from below. If done right, the addition of the new joists should be able to even things out a little too.
Good luck
Bryan
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Posted By duneslider

Casing will generally have a rounded edge on the...

Casing will generally have a rounded edge on the edge that would make contact with the floor. So, if the rounded edge doesn't bother you then you would be fine to use it. If the round does bother...
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Photoshop is the obvious choice of the pro but I...

Photoshop is the obvious choice of the pro but I have found most regular users find Adobe photoshop elements to be more than enough. It costs a whole lot less too. You should be able to find it for...
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Posted By duneslider

We usually just use pl400 or liquid nails or the...

We usually just use pl400 or liquid nails or the contractor grade construction adhesive of your choice. We don't seem to have problems when we do that.
Good Luck
Bryan
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A plank that wide will need to have glue anyway. ...

A plank that wide will need to have glue anyway. So yes you should glue it but you also need to nail it. You shouldn't split it just because there is a bevel on it. We do wood floors in Park City...
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Posted By duneslider

You shouldn't have any problems just putting in a...

You shouldn't have any problems just putting in a spline and going for it. As Marco said, it won't buckle unless you get it wet. This is no different than when we have to change directions and put...
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The Dell mentioned is a good little laptop. My...

The Dell mentioned is a good little laptop. My brother in law has one and really likes it.
My Mom just got the Apple ibook mentioned and it is super easy to use and a better computer in my opinion....
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You will want to use a trowelable wood filler. ...

You will want to use a trowelable wood filler. HD should have one in store. Like Perry said, you may need to apply it a couple times. Bigger holes and cracks sink more than small ones.
Good...
11-21-05, 10:10 PM
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Since you don't have an angle grinder you...

Since you don't have an angle grinder you probably won't need a DeWalt. You can get a grinder for twenty or thirty from HD and a cheap blade for about 10 to fifteen at HD. There is no sense in...
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Posted By duneslider

You will want to use a highspeed connection since...

You will want to use a highspeed connection since you will have a huge update. Use the newest one available. You can go into the update area in your preferences and it will look up what updates you...
11-11-05, 09:05 PM
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Posted By duneslider

It is not easier to use. In fact, it is the most...

It is not easier to use. In fact, it is the most difficult product I have ever used. I was not very impressed with it.
Later
Bryan
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Posted By duneslider

I own both computers. I grew up using apples in...

I own both computers. I grew up using apples in school and hated them because they weren't like the PC I had at home. I have bad mouthed Macs for as long as I can remember. I also said I would...
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Posted By duneslider

I have never used the minwax product you describe...

I have never used the minwax product you describe but I have heard people say the finish doesn't hold up well. This is just what I have heard. Personally, go to a hardwood flooring supplier and buy...
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Posted By duneslider

I disagree with ksmeltzer. First off, just go...

I disagree with ksmeltzer. First off, just go find a new flooring installer. Pay them for the removal of the old flooring and let them know you will find a new installer. ALL solid wood flooring...
10-29-05, 07:18 PM
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Posted By duneslider

Generally, from my experience anyway, with 1/4"...

Generally, from my experience anyway, with 1/4" hardi and tile you will end up a little short of the 3/4" wood. So, I imagine you will have to build up the thinset under the tile to achieve the...
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Imagine crossing a palm sander with a buffer. ...

Imagine crossing a palm sander with a buffer. You get a box sander. Jumbo sized palm sander. They are even slower than the big orbital sanders.
Bryan
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Posted By duneslider

If you rack the wood out in front of you and...

If you rack the wood out in front of you and stair step it, you should be able to mark five to ten boards at a time. Then you would only have to make 17 to 30 trips out to make the cuts. Sure beats...
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Posted By duneslider

If you google "american super 7 floor edger" you...

If you google "american super 7 floor edger" you will get a picture of one through one of the links.
No, a belt sander will not work on the edges. You could use just a palm sander but it would...
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