Have you seen this GoldBlatt banjo?
Looks kind of neat. Kind of expensive, though. I think I want one just because I don't have one made out of Lexan.:blink:
Iam really a hanger but since work has been slow i have been taping more.
I did a search but could not find much info.on banjo.
I have been trying to do some research before i buy one.
From what i read there is 2 kinds.One that puts mud on bottom side of tape and one that puts it on both...
The guys that developed Delko corner attachment tool for the plastic banjo's have been struggling to find a company to market the tool in the US. Does anyone have suggestions on a company that may be interested?? PT any ideas? Daniel and Eamonn would really appreciate your thoughts :thumbsup:
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Short vid of Partner And I stringin some tape. Sorry no radio... the guy runnin camera wasnt even filming the first rooms near radio. Will try again tomorrow doin angles. Be easy on me it was quittin time and the mud was a lil thick:whistling2:
Here is a few handy well priced tools, The homax is a very easy and smooth banjo and the delco creaser wheel works great, Really sets the tape up well with the bigger creaser, And the quickfill is good for filling the banjo and boxes.
the two brands most easily available to me are diamond wall and kraft. the kraft banjo looks better to me. i'm getting tired of having a sloppy bucket of wet tape around my waist. thinking about getting a banjo before the next job. i'm also thinking i might get a cleaner looking tape job from a...
I purchased two types of banjo's, one from a company called Homax and the other from Walboard called Quick Load Drywall Taper.
I have only used the one from Homax, which I purchased from Menards.
Once I started to get the hang of it, it wasn't too bad, BUT.... It's not very easy to start the...