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Garage and Shed Tools and Equipment

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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Here on Workshop we want to create an inclusive, welcoming community where anyone feels like they can seek help, including absolute beginners. After a ...

Baggs
Budding Contributor
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Hello everyone. I got a cupboard for my shed that i wanted to store my power tools. in to keep them clean and out the way and eyes of my little ones. ...

WoodenGregsWood
Junior Contributor
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I needed a new workbench for the garage. I pretty much made it up as I went along (no actual plans).    All it requires now is cupboard doors which ...

horti64
New Contributor
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i bought a 18v + one battery and fast charger kit and want to register them with ryobi for warranty, the charger doesn't have a serial number anywhere ...

Noyade
Established Contributor
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Australian designed (with some modifications), Australian built. Circa 1955. Two HP motor, 12" blade and twin belt. Keep your fingers away....

Mikeyhz
Budding Contributor
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Hello everyone, is this a decent saw?(accurate,stable etc) Ryobi 1800W Table Saw (254mm) (RTS1526RG) I'm wanting to purchase my first table saw and ...

Super66
Established Contributor
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I Had a rusty old tool that my dad gave to me so I thought I would geve this a shot. I mix 1 part molasses with 9 parts water in a container, then soa ...

Bundaboy
Experienced Contributor
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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 ...

MitchellM
Valued Contributor
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I'm a big fan of older tools, with a bit of effort they can last a lifetime. I often pick-up pre-loved tools that are being thrown by the way-side, in ...

Tara86
Experienced Contributor
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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 ...

Wayne
Super Contributor
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A friend asked if I could make a cordless drill storage station on behalf of her sister to give to her husband as a birthday present. I showed her a p ...

Wayne
Super Contributor
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evjay
Budding Contributor
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             The shed doesnt have internal framing. Things rust inside over time. I want to line it and make shelves and storage on the walls a ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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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 ...

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

woodenwookie
Established Contributor
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A few years ago when I started getting into woodworking my dad perpetually loaned me his Triton 2000 series Workcentre. This is a great unit and I mad ...

Brad
Trusted Contributor

Online got me around the working today bit...5 to 14 days before I can pick up.20% off today only.

woodenwookie
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Kiwifr33
Established Contributor
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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 ...

ProjectPete
Trusted Contributor
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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 ...

woodenwookie
Established Contributor
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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
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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
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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 ...

Daves880
Junior Contributor
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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/ ...

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