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Woodie construction 2-Jul-2006 At 8:03:45 AM robin
I used 17mm (or 18?) OD plywood & it's fine. OD is 'Outside Defect' which means one side of the ply is a bit knotty. Makes it a little cheaper.

Make sure you use good T nuts. I started using some cheap crap but soon found the bolts strip the thread on the T nut if you over tighten. I got much better quality T nuts from Keable bolts in Nth Melb., although this was about 6 years ago so I can't guarantee they still have the same product.

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