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Garage and Shed Tools and Equipment

woodenwookie
Junior Contributor
25 replies

Hi all, I'm sort of an intermediate amatuer woodworker and have been using a Black and Decker Matrix drill driver for a number of years. I recently pu ...

tmoyn
New Contributor
7 replies

Hi, This is my first post on this forum. I love this site and look forward to learning from other people. My garage is made from cinder block /co ...

Bundaboy
Experienced Contributor
9 replies

I am sure I am not the only one here whose workshop furniture is all on castors so that when a storm comes it can all be pushed to one side to allow t ...

Arcc
Junior Contributor
30 replies

Needing to organise and store my powertools I undertook this little project. Built almost entirely from wood repurposed from crates and pallets it was ...

Kiwifr33
Established Contributor
35 replies

Some people go away for their holidays... and then there’s me, who takes four weeks leave to build shed.There was sort of a plan - a couple of drawing ...

Tara86
Experienced Contributor
34 replies

Hi everyone - as my love and interest in DIY continues to grow I found I needed an adequate area to accommodate this. I needed decent storage and a po ...

Daves880
Junior Contributor
21 replies

Hi again guys, I am engaged in building a new shed and have chosen to mount it on treated pallets (?). I need suitable flooring and had thought H3/ ...

ProjectPete
Trusted Contributor
2 replies

I picked up this framing nailer as an upgrade to my existing. I mostly use this for decking work. My previous nailer was cordless but required ga ...

JustJim
Established Contributor
7 replies

Yeah g'day, I think this is going to be a thread where I put any sleds, jigs etc that I make for my table saw. I don't intend to post 'step-by-step ho ...

Bizebod
Junior Contributor
19 replies

I am looking for an inexpensive, safe and useful table saw to make my little projects both easier to repeat and complete. i didn't want to spend more ...

Bundaboy
Experienced Contributor

One of the best ways to get more out of a cheap table saw is to incorporate it into a workstation which greatly facilitates the ripping and crosscutti ...

woodenwookie
Junior Contributor
2 replies

After what seems like a long hiatus I finally got back into the shop this week. I've had a busy couple of months and so working in the shop kind of to ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
12 replies

I was having a chat to a friend recently about tools. His philosophy was that he was always happy to pay a little extra for quality so that the tool w ...

petrolhead
Budding Contributor
12 replies

He’s a walk-through of what we have progressed to in the build of this man cave/sleepout/shed garage.

mattylara027
Junior Contributor
7 replies

Hi Community, I was looking at hanging my bikes off the wall, to give me a bit more space on the ground. I found these hooks at bunnings which s ...

Todd1
Regular Browser
2 replies

Getting into carpentry so im a beginner and just wondering what tool brand I should go with.

doilygrunge
New Contributor
4 replies

G’day just thought I’d share the how to I wrote for making a Brake Drum Potbelly Heater. I’d also love to hear any ideas or see pictures of other he ...

Old-gal24
Established Contributor
6 replies

My darling pop not long passed away - he gave me the incentive and encouragement to get in and have a go -working with timber, which I love, but I'm s ...

gippslandhome
Super Contributor
9 replies

Good morning to all in the Community. I was wondering if anyone could help me with some tips or tricks on using nibblers on Colourbond. I bought the ...

Arlene
Newbie
3 replies

Hi everyone,I'm all new at this so hope I'm doing rite.I'm really good at fixing my own things,if I can,I've got a ozito cordless line trimmer&would l ...

JoshRaf
Junior Contributor
10 replies

Hi All, I wanted to know what everyones opinions are on what you think the best brands of power tools are for professionals, the at home DIYer and th ...

Super66
Established Contributor
6 replies

Just been busy updating my work shop.. It now has a total of 4 screens, 1 pc laptops + monitor, 1 Macbook and another Monitor for my my Raspberry pi, ...

JustJim
Established Contributor
16 replies

I'm Jim and I'm new here. Very new. First posting new! I'm retired and keen to get back into woodworking. I recently bought a house in Warrn ...

chrissq
New Contributor
1 reply

At 60 I have joined a local Men's Shed and learning woodworking which I have not touched for over 40 years. I have access to some wonderful tools but ...

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