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lalla
Newbie
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I have a large red brick wall on my boundary which is the neighbours' outer wall of an room extension. It is huge, 8m long x 4m high. It acts as a ...

Kiwifr33
Established Contributor
11 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 ...

Tara86
Junior Contributor
16 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 ...

Tara86
Junior 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 ...

Kate23
Budding Contributor
7 replies

For my first post I thought I'd share our current garden project. Our backyard has lots of lovely trees but it gets a lot of shade and we have an ener ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
33 replies

Hi everyone, Whether it's a cherished lesson passed on from one generation to the next, a throwaway line from a mate, or something you've personally ...

BIM_Engineer
Valued Contributor

Called into my local Hardware store to pick up some Pryda brackets where I was happy to assist/provide Engineering Bim Details, info & Data to the sho ...

Isobel
Valued Contributor
6 replies

I thought I would give the HydroGarden a go over winter. It's a small all-in-one hydroponic growing kit with a built in lamp. I popped basil seeds int ...

Isobel
Valued Contributor

Love this idea of using smart tags and smart containers to let you know when food is approaching its expiry! Hope they become more affordable and wide ...

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 ...

Kiwifr33
Established Contributor
20 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 ...

KevinM
Budding Contributor
6 replies

Just wondering what I can purchase at Bunnings to re-seal a terrazzo shower base? I was under the house this weekend and noticed that there is water d ...

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 ou ...

Christian1
New Contributor
2 replies

nasty scratchesTable top after resurfacing (1)Table top after resurfacing (2)Table top after resurfacing (3)materials used

JustJim
Budding Contributor
5 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 ...

DIYnewby
Occasional Browser
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Hi all, I'm building a Pegola in my new backyard. Keen to know what the best powertools would be? Cheers,DIYnewby

r23on
Experienced Contributor
7 replies

Do you know what it is, or what it is used for? This tool was made back in the 60's by a tradie to help him in his work as to buy one it would cost hi ...

Moderator Walter
Moderator

A mate had a short circuit on his Shark Navigator vacuum cleaner. We spent some time trying to get a local electrician to do a board level repair, but ...

Shane
Established Contributor
11 replies

Just read an article on The Age about how 3D printing is yet to really take off despite the hype. One theory is that the gap between the hype and the ...

JustJim
Budding Contributor
1 reply

So yesterday I used my assembly and outfeed table to build a surfboard. But it was a crappy surfboard, so today I turned it into a sheet goods and ...

JustJim
Budding Contributor

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 ...

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