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    Where can I buy 'The Merlin' The worlds smallest chainsaw in Thailand?


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    Try TPS Machine Tools in Bangkok the have a good assortment of electric hand tools.

    But this chainsaw is prolly something you should by in your home country, it might not be sold in Thailand.

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    Damn! They had loads of them at Timber's last night. If only you were there....

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    I had heard that his steaks were quite tender. Obviously not.

    TPS Machine tools, thanks Lom - hitting google now...

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    It's illegal to own a chainsaw in Thailand believe it or not. (The Thai solution to illegal logging!)

    Not sure what they would call this though....

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    Yes I had forgotten about the illegal chainsaws bit.... I might give them a call first I think save wasting my time going to visit them.

    T. P. S. Machine Tools
    37-39 233-235 Yawaraj Road Samphanthawong, 10100 Samphanthawong, Bangkok
    p: 662 2216788 f: 662 2250433

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    Quote Originally Posted by MeMock
    hitting google now.
    So did I and found that Merlin is a product name belonging to King Arthur's tools, Woodcarving Tools Wood Carving Manufacturers Woodcarving Tool Miniature Set Miniature Tools For Woodcarving
    They don't list any distributors but claim to have them all over the world..
    They will be happy to get your order in their online store
    The voices in my head are mostly kind, I also like the music.

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    Thanks for that Lom, I have just sent them an email so will see if they reply.

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    Look - just a bit of friendly advice - if you are going to start up either a vasectomy clinic or a Katoey conversion centre just make sure you have the right qualifications ! -- This little thing seems like just the job for both !!!

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    Why don't you just buy an angle grinder?

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    because I want to cut trees up, not angles

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    I was gonna blast ya for being Gay MM, Real men buy chainsaws in 2 sizes only, BIG and FUCKOFF BIG!

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    I already have a big one and a bloody big one. This is to use once the big one or the bloody big one has done its job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MeMock
    This is to use once the big one or the bloody big one has done its job.
    no need.

    just use the big ones more,

    finishing is for wood carving gays like NickA.

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    Would do a good job on the backpackers too I reckon

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingwilly View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by MeMock
    This is to use once the big one or the bloody big one has done its job.
    no need.

    just use the big ones more,

    finishing is for wood carving gays like NickA.
    Currently we are using man power with a chisel so this should speed things up a little.

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    Would do a good job on the backpackers too I reckon
    Nah, they would still smell.

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    Just called TPS tools - they have never heard of it. No reply to my email either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MeMock View Post
    I already have a big one and a bloody big one. This is to use once the big one or the bloody big one has done its job.
    Yer I remember that day, you spent hours in that bloody Toys'r'us store....

    If ya looking for a saw that small just use a damn axe ya slack bugger!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmite the Dog View Post
    Damn! They had loads of them at Timber's last night. If only you were there....
    GOLD

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    Why not invest in something more quite and just as effective!
    Like This.

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    I have sent a picture of Memock along with his personal details and IP address to the World Bonsai Association.

    They are ready for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MeMock
    This is to use once the big one or the bloody big one has done its job.
    Take a good look at that attachment.
    It is for wood shaping not for using on felled trees.

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    Which is basically what I want it for.

    For doing stuff sort of like this.


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    That looks like bloody agar wood ... what you doing with that?

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    Trying to cut it up if I can buy a Merlin chainsaw

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