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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 ...

kel
Experienced Contributor
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Decided winter was a time to be indoors, so i decided to do a bit of toy making, which resulted in my wife taking orders for me to build 20 piggy bank ...

r23on
Experienced Contributor
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A couple of months ago I managed to grab a hold of some camphor laurel with some great colours. The hardest bit was working out what material I was go ...

Wayne
Super Contributor
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My niece's friend is getting married and she asked if I could do some log rounds for the reception tables.She supplied the Log Rounds but they were in ...

Rolando
Budding Contributor
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My son had his dumbells rolling around his bedroom (as teens do), that gave me the .... (as parents do). I saw this caddy on the net: I then thou ...

Millie
New Contributor
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Here is a link to the tutorial where I build a lightbox. This link will let you get enroled into a free tutorial class. I have built my lightbox,u ...

LePallet
Experienced Contributor
2 replies
May

Hello to all you DIY addicts This is my first time posting in discussion so bare with me, but happy to be apart of a page that respects every ones ...

MartyH
Valued Contributor
33 replies
May

I like seeing photos of people's handiwork in the Aussie mancaves Facebook page. Here's a good one I saw recently of an old shed turned into a backyar ...

r23on
Experienced Contributor
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Do you get bugged off with the amount of sanding pads you go through and how much you pay for new pads? Ever though of recovering and reusing them ove ...

Wayne
Super Contributor
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I am no movie producer by any means but thought it was time to share my humble work space "The Shed" in a short video tour.With retirement in sight I ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
12 replies

At Workshop we love to encourage everyone to have a go, and to celebrate a successful project. We're keen to hear from you about the best thing you ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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At this time of year many people are considering tidying up their garage. Fortunately, there's lots of great information and products available for ...

kel
Experienced Contributor
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I bought the scrollsaw about 6 weeks ago, i have never used one before and thought it would be interesting to give it a go. Due to being busy lately I ...

Wayne
Super Contributor
11 replies

I made some large Christmas cutout decorations out of MDF board on the CNC Router, ready for paint (and suitable weather proof varnish if to be used o ...

Wayne
Super Contributor
7 replies

My first project at the XMRC Shed - a Semi Trailer Mack Truck Model.I bought the Plans for this model quite some time ago but never seemed to be able ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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We are fortunate to have many experienced and creative woodworkers in the Workshop community, with more arriving every week. If you browse the g ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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While we invest a lot of time and money in our homes, many people covet a special place they can truly call their own. A place to relax and be yoursel ...

Mick0s
Established Contributor
10 replies

I've been a home brewer ever since I got a Coopers DIY Beer Kit for my 21st birthday, but only in the last few years have I moved to making the stuff ...

Dallas_Mc
Budding Contributor
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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 laz ...

Garima
New Contributor
1 reply

need to get some ideas on what are the different areas of workshop

AndrewJones
Experienced Contributor
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I'm really interested how a 3D printer could be usful in a workshop. Printing tools, jigs, etc... In this video I build checkout a cheap 3D printer ki ...

AndrewJones
Experienced Contributor
4 replies

Hope you enjoy it!

AndrewJones
Experienced Contributor
2 replies

Hi people, this a bit outside of my usual woodworking projects. But I recently finished a DIY Camera slider with a stepper motor that is controlled by ...

frankoattes
Budding Browser
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Hi Everyone.I am new here and very interested in learning to work with wood..I am looking for some free workshops to learn all about wood work, whethe ...