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Looks great @moshiach77, well done to you!
looks great. How do you cut that wrought iron ?
Fantastic work @moshiach77, many thanks for sharing this project with the Workshop community. We look forward to seeing the other two raised beds you are making.
Now I'm back from holidays, please let me also extend a very warm welcome to Workshop. We're really pleased you could join us and look forward to seeing more of your handiwork. Feel free to post whenever you have something to share or need a hand. And please let me know if you ever need help getting the most from the site or have any feedback about how we can make Workshop even more useful to you.
Thanks for joining in the discussion @fishingfan. I'm sure @moshiach77 will get back to you as soon as possible and answer your question about cutting the corrugated sheeting. I'll also tag some other handy Workshop members like @Brad, @ProjectPete and @redracer01 for you who also might have some advice.
Welcome to Workshop. Please post whenever you need assistance with a project or have something new to share. We look forward to reading all about your projects and plans.
Traditional way is to use niblers, I have a metal cutting circular saw and you could also use a multitool or a jigsaw. A cutting disk in an angle grinder will do it but you will have to live with the bur it leaves and either cover it or clean it up and keeping the cut straight can be a problem. Snips if you like a manual option.
Another useful thing is a guide clamp. https://www.bunnings.com.au/craftright-50-aluminium-clamp-and-cutting-guide_p5860136
Nice work @moshiach77 - given the fact the cut ends are covered/concealed, I'd probably just rip through it with an angle grinder and give yourself an opportunity to practice cutting straight lines on wonky material.
Otherwise @Brad's suggestions all work too
thanks for the advice
another job added to the list
@fishingfan I used 1mm cutting disk on an angle grinder and clamped a piece of angle iron to the sheet as a guide.
Thanks again for sharing this project @moshiach77. It's already proved very popular.
Visitors might also like to check out our Top 10 most popular raised garden beds on Workshop.
This looks amazing, any chance for the plan?
Looks great - do you by chance sell them?
Hi @Duckers1 and @Dutchy73,
Let me tag project creator @moshiach77 for you so they are alerted to your questions. Great to see you are inspired by their work.
Let me also extend a very warm welcome to the community to you both. Please feel free to post anytime you need a hand with a project or have something to share. We have lots of helpful members who are always happy to share their experience and knowledge. And please let me know if you need assistance getting the most from the site or have any feedback about how we can further improve Workshop for you.
All the best,
What did you use as the base?
Thanks for joining in the discussion @PhoebeAmelia. Let me tag @moshiach77 for you so they are alerted to your question about the base.
Have you seen our Top 10 most popular raised garden beds on Workshop? It might provide further inspiration for you.
There's also the excellent How to build a raised garden bed from @Adam_W for a specific step-by-step project build.
Please feel free to post anytime you need a hand with a project around the house or garden. We have clever and creative members sharing advice and inspiration on the site every day. And please let me know if you need help getting the most from the site or have any feedback about how we can ensure Workshop is even more helpful to you.
Hi all, I have built some raised U-shaped pallet gardens.
My question is . . .
1. what goes in next?
Rocks? Stones? Shingle? branches?
2. How much high?
Welcome to Workshop.
This previous Workshop discussion should get you started - https://www.workshop.com.au/t5/Garden/What-soil-for-filling-a-raised-garden-bed/m-p/14205
What you use to fill your new garden beds really depends on what you plan to grow and the size of the beds. If you'd like to provide more detail, and better still, provide a photo, I'm sure our clever and helpful members will be more than happy to assist.
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