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Tara86
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Hi guys - was hoping anyone might have some ideas on how to remove a blade on my old Mitre Saw? The flange won’t budge and during attempts to loosen i ...

hadi
New Contributor
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Hi all, I've been planning to build a low profile deck for about 4 months now. Been trying to discover what's envolved and how I can build it. Curren ...

BrettBuilt
Budding Contributor
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Hi all, new to this group, but wanted a place to consolidate all the info, photos and our "trials and tribulations" related to our slowly progressing ...

Stuardo
Junior Contributor
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Hi Workshoppers, I want to remove the old phone jack on the wall in the kitchen and plaster up the hole.My question is, is it safe to just cut the wir ...

Sarma1
New Contributor
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lookig for ideas / drawings for childrens toys , have a grand child due in two weeks and want to make something! any suggestions?

RosieW
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I would really love to get a passionfruit going, but haven't had much success. I know they're heavy feeders so i prepared the soil thoroughly. Firs ...

thismodernlove
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Hey all, We have a small sunroom that connects to a laundry room and an a WC. Our pets have currently taken over (a puppy and a kitten) and I occassio ...

maddy
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I'm concreting my sleepers in tomorrow around 4 pm when my youngest in bed. It took me three hours to dig my 70 cm trench, and I'm building a vertical ...

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  • Meet Ben, barbecue connoisseur

    Barbecue has long been a national pastime, but Ben is part of a growing tribe cooking huge slabs of meat "low and slow". Ben is also passionate about sharing his experience. “I love to share what I know and learn from others."

  • Meet Meg, who runs D.I.Y. classes for women

    From teaching ballet to working on a mine, Meg is game for anything. Meg now teaches woodworking and power tool skills. “The mission is to empower women by providing them with the opportunity to gain skills and confidence.”

  • Meet Daryl, who loves getting hands-on the tools

    Daryl has always loved working with his hands. “I really love being able to make or fix something and say: ‘I built that’. Because I work with a lot of different trades, I tend to ask a lot of questions and my knowledge has increased exponentially."