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Garage and Shed Tools and Equipment

mattylara027
Budding Contributor
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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 se ...

petrolhead
Budding Contributor
10 replies

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

JustJim
Junior Contributor
6 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 ...

DeeDee44
New Contributor
4 replies

Hi, I’m needing a new hammer for just basic diy around the home (inside and out) but there are so many to choose from. Please help?

JustJim
Junior Contributor
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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 ...

JustJim
Junior Contributor
1 reply

I was trying to sort out the layout for another tool mount for my tool wall but I didn't have enough flat space to lay out all the things I was trying ...

Tara86
Established Contributor
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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 ...

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 ...

Meling
Occasional Browser
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Hello, this is a welding table that I upcycled using scraps in the shed.i used Rio bar, angle iron, tube steel, metal castor wheels, chipboard, tin an ...

fishingfan
New Contributor
1 reply

My dad recently gave me his unused/unopened ryobi plunge router. Just a 1 HP unit. Ive been researching on making a routing table for it. A lot of the ...

Sarma1
New Contributor
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Being in a rental property I hate packing and moving and there is never enough storage or space so I built my one+ workbench to suit all the issues t ...

doilygrunge
Bolted-on Browser
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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 ...

Cattyone
New Contributor
2 replies

I go to garden centres or gaze at Pinterest and longingly wish that I could make my own garden art. Does anyone else ever feel that way.?..

ProjectPete
Valued Contributor
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I'm planning a workbench/space in the garage of my new home. I have about 3.7 x 0.8m space to work with in the 'Store'. I also have raised 31 course c ...

Tara86
Established Contributor
20 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 ...

Bizebod
Junior Contributor
18 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 ...

ProjectPete
Valued Contributor
36 replies

Hi guys, I've got a decent range of tools including both battery and corded models. I'm just chasing people's feedback on which tools they have in whi ...

Dallas_Mc
Budding Contributor
11 replies

Hi all, I'd like to share a project that I'd been thinking about doing for ages, but always found an excuse not to. I was either too busy or too la ...

Kiwifr33
Established Contributor
12 replies

Legs and rails. Rails are dovetailed / lapped flush with the legs. Top left is the first half of the laminated top. Everything is recycled. Cuttin ...

Kiwifr33
Established Contributor
21 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 ...

Vadar
Occasional Browser
4 replies

what is the best tool to cut perspex?

Tara86
Established Contributor
10 replies

Hey Everyone - hoping I could get some advice on which would be best suited (also cost friendly) for cleaning up and also decreasing the amount of dus ...

Monument
Budding Contributor
1 reply

Back in May in response to a post by Tara86 and an amazing example of a workspace I posted a photo (see the 1st photo in this post) of my work area in ...

Henno
Established Contributor
9 replies

Hi guys, Have a couple of small projects coming up which will require either some small nailing (35mm) but plenty of them. Not sure if I should fork ...

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