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AnitaH25
Junior Contributor
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I had always loved these wine barrel tables and wanted to try and make my own. I was lucky to get a few wine barrels from a local winery and here are ...

Wayne
Super Contributor
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Just a note to say I should be back posting a bit more in 2018 with a renewed inspiration. A lot of changes in my life late in 2017 including getting ...

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 ...

wannabebulda
New Contributor
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Can someone help whats would be the easiest way to dismantle a pallet I cant afford $90..00 for the tool that yes would work well, ideas are all over ...

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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We have big plans for Workshop’s future. In the spirit of D.I.Y. we will be constantly tinkering - adding new functionality, making the site easier ...

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

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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I invite all Workshop members to participate in our latest poll. The poll question is: What's your D.I.Y. skill level? The poll can be found on th ...

MartyH
Valued Contributor
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Just wondering if any of the clever makers on here like @Wayne, @She_Skills or @AndrewJones have made a fidget spinner? I saw someone on Instructables ...

popawisky
New Contributor
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Hi Team In the process of moving to Perth, had to downsize my workshop, found a great mob at a mens shed to take up the void. Would like to hear of ot ...

AHoy
Experienced Contributor
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Be careful out there! The Herald Sun has an article up saying more than 1900 Victorians ended up in hospital in the past three years due to DIY reno ...

Mick0s
Established Contributor
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Because it never hurts to be reminded about this sort of thing (but sometimes it will hurt if you don't). Nice and early on New Years Day (okay, aroun ...

Fantus
Budding Contributor
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Hi I've spent the last 40 plus years working on making things and fixing things. I'm a Fitter and Turner by trade which involves a lot of different sk ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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While the average garage was designed to store cars, most are soon used to store all manner of items. They are often also used as workshops, and even ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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Workshop member @Wayne, who the community will know from his many fantastic woodworking projects and inspiring member profile, is off to hospital toda ...

PJA
Established Contributor
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Over Christmas I wanted to come up with a project "out of the ordinary, if you like" that children could get their hands into.When I was a lad Santa g ...

BIM_Engineer
Valued Contributor
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Xmas stocking filler for the DIYers for under $20 Thanks Bunnings

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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When interviewing Workshop users for our our member profiles, I really like to ask them about their favourite tools. @mikedoeslife says his multi-t ...

WIBS
New Contributor
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I have a problem with getting started... I know I need to do a job, and I know how to do it, I know what I need, but somehow... I'll find a hundred t ...

Henno
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Here we go people!Great chance to pick up a bargain. You might even be able to buy yourself a hardware store!http://www.smh.com.au/business/retail/fir ...

stupidfish
Established Contributor
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Spotted this and thought my fellow workshoppers would appreciate it. Can't wait to get my hands on one of these - might even sign up to the kickstarte ...

Focusmarine
New Contributor
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Hey everyone more posts about the boat. The original screws in the bottom are rusty and the heads keep snapping off when we try to remove them. Does a ...

John1
Experienced Contributor
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I am notorious at getting started on one project only to be side tracked by another. I am usually doing three projects at once, much to the annoyance ...

ProjectPete
Valued Contributor
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Do you prefer to work with new tools or old ones? Do you always go for the best brands or go with the best value/price?For me, generally I like to wor ...