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- Posts: 13
- Joined: Wed 22 Aug, 2018 10:02 am
- Location: Scotland
- Organisation: N/A
- Interests: Painting
Hi, just joined, I am an artist and have just finished a purpose built studio. I have framed my own work before, but using a saw and glue. Now that I have the space I am going to invest in some proper equipment, I have just bought a morso guillotine which apart from a little nick in one of the knives is working fine, I will send them off for sharpening. I am now looking for a used underpinner, probably a manual, as I only intend framing for my self and maybe a couple of friends. I would appreciate any advice on what to look for. I have seen a few on ebay but all far from me, I live north of Dundee.
- David McCormack
- Posts: 1407
- Joined: Tue 02 Aug, 2011 10:14 am
- Location: South Lakes
- Organisation: Framing
- Interests: Cycling, walking, darkroom photography and laughing a lot!
- Location: Cumbria
Welcome to the forum
"You know, there's a right and wrong way to do everything!"
- Posts: 71
- Joined: Wed 26 Apr, 2017 4:33 pm
- Location: SE London
- Organisation: Photographer/Framer
- Interests: Theatre, film, the arts, a bit of this, a bit of that
Welcome. If you use the search function you will find some great advice regarding starting out and kit with plenty of opinions.
Best of luck
Best of luck
- Posts: 140
- Joined: Mon 17 Dec, 2012 12:22 am
- Location: St. Andrews
- Organisation: Elite Framing
- Interests: Cars, framing
Welcome to the forum.. I am just across the water if you need any help in your quest... quiet word of advice tho... dont go to Javelin to have your blades sharpened.. they had no idea about hollow girnding Morso blades