Home
Pros
Forum
  • About
  • Register
  • Contact
InboxSent
MembersPros
WatchingStarredHistory
mac64
97 Posts
Loyal Member

Follow
97PostsMost Active Topics

mac64

perth hills
Joined 19 July 2009
Loyal Member
13 years13 yearsmac64mac64 posted:
Pivot front door - 1500mm

hydraulic pivot mechanisms are fitted to control door speed,to hold the door in a closed position without a latch or as an option at a 90 degree open position

13 years13 yearsmac64mac64 posted:
Mirror in Shower Niche

a product like mirastar(search) would be my choice, handles wet enviroments

13 years13 yearsmac64mac64 posted:
Not enough height for a standard door

although not the best solution you can fit the frames behind the arches this means the frames can be square and the door open inwards at the max height, i…

13 years13 yearsmac64mac64 posted:
Pivot front door - 1500mm

there's a few factors to consider (do you have a self closing mechanism) . I have a 1600 mm pivot door and the pivot is set at 450mm and is…

13 years13 yearsmac64mac64 posted:
Spiral Cellar

op's link doesn't work for me but here some pics i found earlier

13 years13 yearsmac64mac64 posted:
Pivot Entrance Doors Corinthian or Savoy or other?

Until brickies and framers construct with the same tolerances as joiners do it won't be done any different The builders won't change the way they build unless they have to

13 years13 yearsmac64mac64 posted:
shower enclosure from europe

I did say there a bit to much for most. They are display models to grab your attention more to show whats available and what can be done with glass,including…

13 years13 yearsmac64mac64 posted:
shower enclosure from europe

the leds are sandwiched in the middle of the glass. no exposed wires or connections,here,s a closer view

shower enclosure from europe
13 years13 yearsmac64mac64 posted:
shower enclosure from europe

just some of the things seen in europe might be a bit much for for most people

13 years13 yearsmac64mac64 posted:
Solid Core Doors

you may also want to consider acoustic seals to the door stops and drop seal on the bottom (raven rp8si) will help alot with reducing noise

13 years13 yearsmac64mac64 posted:
Grass vs Blum Self Closing Drawers

The Grass headquarters are located in Höchst on Lake Constance, in the Austrian Federal State of Vorarlberg, near the borders with Germany, Switzerland and Liechtenstein.

In addition, Grass has full…

13 years13 yearsmac64mac64 posted:
Dynabolts or chemsets?

chemset will work fine with hollow bricks but a mesh sleeve needs to be inserted first, the compound will seep through these.

13 years13 yearsmac64mac64 posted:
oven manual

manualsonline.com

13 years13 yearsmac64mac64 posted:
Have you ever cracked your glass kitchen splashback?

i have not seen any one else doing it this way but have seen ali angle wrapped overthe corners ,looks like an after thought

13 years13 yearsmac64mac64 posted:
Have you ever cracked your glass kitchen splashback?

hope the picture makes sense it's used the whole length of the external corner where 2 pieces of glass meet either vertical like at a reveal or horizontal like on…

Have you ever cracked your glass kitchen splashback?
13 years13 yearsmac64mac64 posted:
Have you ever cracked your glass kitchen splashback?

with normal use it would take something with a point and the wieght of a cast iron pan to break a splashback ,but a hit on the edge will…

13 years13 yearsmac64mac64 posted:
Changing the gas bottle on a BBQ.

the left hand threaded connector needs to be undone in a clockwise direction

Changing the gas bottle on a BBQ.
13 years13 yearsmac64mac64 posted:
New door handles - fitting

do you need to replace the strikes or can the old ones be cleaned up to look new

14 years14 yearsmac64mac64 posted:
(Semi) Frameless sliding glass windows / panels

1mm of glass is 2.5 kg per sqm ie 6mm=15kg/sqm

14 years14 yearsmac64mac64 posted:
(Semi) Frameless sliding glass windows / panels

6mm glass 1.1x.6 m weigth= 9.9 kg The system shown will carry 60kg and the track length 1.5m wiith just 3 fixings so i,d be thinking a fixing each end…

14 years14 yearsmac64mac64 posted:
(Semi) Frameless sliding glass windows / panels

from your description i get the impression of which this might be suitable
for the size you want the glass is about 12kg this should be able to…

(Semi) Frameless sliding glass windows / panels
14 years14 yearsmac64mac64 posted:
Issues with sliding robe doors - large gaps

to me it looks like these need to be adjusted ,in pics 1 and 4 where i can see the door in the head track is not right (parallel).What happens…

14 years14 yearsmac64mac64 posted:
Pop-up / Pull-up Power points

hafele has a (search) powerdock and i think clipsal has something similar

14 years14 yearsmac64mac64 posted:
Ariston or Scholte Appliances?

i have an ariston 90 cm only started using this week, good so far

Ariston or Scholte Appliances?
14 years14 yearsmac64mac64 posted:
Show me your kitchen...

nearly finished, have moved kitchen to different part of the house over looking the pool with bifold windows onto the patio
before
a few things left to do

14 years14 yearsmac64mac64 posted:
Cat door - help please!

the glass in your doors is most likely toughened glass which cannot be cut so you need a new piece with a hole . if you google "patiolink" …

14 years14 yearsmac64mac64 posted:
Security door on a 1200 pivot door?

i was lucky enough to be able to put a screen door 2 metres infront of my door and have seen others with closed in porticos, this would only look…

14 years14 yearsmac64mac64 posted:
Anyone use stone offcuts for bathrm vanities??

try offcuts.com.au

14 years14 yearsmac64mac64 posted:
insulating double brick

it has about 3 times more wall area than the floor also it only dbrick upto 2.1(eave height)above this which is in roof space is single brick, ceiling insulated…

14 years14 yearsmac64mac64 posted:
insulating double brick

no just a single door to main bedroom

About

Introduction

g,day ,came accross this forum googling for kitchen ideas.I own a 80.s home in the hills, thought it time i joined. I work in the glass industry,mainly commercial interiors but…

Occupation

glazier/fabricator

More
Joined homeone
19 July 2009

Australia's largest home building and renovation
community with over 1.8 million posts

Home
Pros
Forum
Start a new topic
About
Advertise
Contact Homeone
Articles
All comments made express the views and opinions of the author and not the Administrators, Support nor Homeone Australia & New Zealand
© Homeone Australia & New Zealand All Rights Reserved ‎2001 - 2024

Australia's largest home building and
renovation community
Homeone
About

Terms
Privacy

Follow homeone on FacebookFollow homeone on Twitter
All comments made express the views and opinions of the author and not the Administrators, Support nor Homeone Australia & New Zealand
© Homeone Australia & New Zealand All Rights Reserved ‎2001 - 2024