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Most common way now is shelf pins. I have a Kreg jig that drills either 5mm or 1/4 holes at the right depth and spaced 32mm apart. My router guide rai ...

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Based on the other brand one I have anything over 15 minutes is a bonus using 5AH batteries.

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I have a 1980 CIG stick welder with a transformer that is a 15amp plug. Technology has moved on since then.Cheapest start is a stick only welder, ther ...

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@fishingfan Traditional way is to use niblers, I have a metal cutting circular saw and you could also use a multitool or a jigsaw. A cutting disk in ...

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The cheaper is MDF so easy to cut with normal tools. The higher priced is a fibre that would be harder to cut than MDF,

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I would scrape out till I hit solid and use adhesive then grout.Two tiles on the top pic right hand side look to be on shaky ground too.Be gentle putt ...

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https://aquagardening.com.au/garland-trays-for-grow-bags-or-pots Looks like the trays used in the video.

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Not the same but it is a place to start.

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Noah
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Do you have a router? You could always consider making yourself a router jig to level the slab?

Meling
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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 ...

Sarma1
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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 ...

Tara86
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Everything I have made has been for personal use or as a gift. Recently my amazing boss asked me to make her a wooden clock to finish off their kitch ...

Poppop
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Hi guys, Most of my handy work is either painted or oiled. But i once refinished an old coffee table with Bondall ultra gloss clear varnish from Bunni ...

r23on
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Doesen't time fly I have been kept busy with the construction of a CNC router. A colleague of mine at the shed and I have had our hands full with this ...

Henno
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Guys, I was just in Bunnings the other day splurging on some stuff, using a few of my gift cards along with my Power Pass and I got to wondering later ...

Allan72
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Hello everyone,Having recently completed the west side access of my house it’s now time to turn my attention to the east. I’ve included a quick sketch ...

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Brad
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Most common way now is shelf pins. I have a Kreg jig that drills either 5mm or 1/4 holes at the right depth and spaced 32mm apart. My router guide rai ...

Brad
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Based on the other brand one I have anything over 15 minutes is a bonus using 5AH batteries.

Brad
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I have a 1980 CIG stick welder with a transformer that is a 15amp plug. Technology has moved on since then.Cheapest start is a stick only welder, ther ...

Brad
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I would scrape out till I hit solid and use adhesive then grout.Two tiles on the top pic right hand side look to be on shaky ground too.Be gentle putt ...

Brad
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https://aquagardening.com.au/garland-trays-for-grow-bags-or-pots Looks like the trays used in the video.

Brad
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Not the same but it is a place to start.

Brad
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One tip I have been given is that when you use tenons that the wedge goes across the grain to avoid the chance of splitting along the grain.

Brad
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I have most of the yard done in 40mm pavers except for the rear driveway where thicker pavers were used.So a calculation you can use is spa weight + w ...

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