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Brad
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Friday

Wish list item I would like a Laguna but it is double the price before the 15% off so I would stick with Carbatec. Not sure if we can post a PDF here ...

Brad
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So far I have only done them in steel.

Brad
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Friday

I am thinking for the divider that you could make a planter box base ( on castors if you want to move it around easily ) with a lattice screen that yo ...

Brad
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I found my local shed was not a good match for me, so I ended up joining Western Woodworkers who are part of Woodgroups SA. The discounts from retaile ...

Brad
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https://www.tradco.com.au/products/locks-latches-and-hinges/french-door-fasteners Not sure on the rebates though.

Brad
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My 2 cents worth as you are using a larger panel.https://www.carbatec.com.au/rockler-i-semble-heavy-duty-blind-shelf-support?SearchID=7788781&SearchPo ...

Brad
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2 weeks ago

40mm pavers would work, prep work depends on your soil type. I would choose to go down the path of concrete base instead of pavers for a shed, if your ...

Brad
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3 weeks ago

Friday water a garden and paint a door.Saturday was assemble Ikea furniture.Sunday and Monday varnishing café tables.Tuesday is me time with an event ...

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TheSaltyreefer
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some absolute crackers in there, great work, I have a lathe i might just have to dust it off and have a go very inspiring

Community Manager Jason
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Heya @Brad, We don't currently support file attachments but it's not a difficult addition for us to add to the site. We have felt in the past that i ...

r23on
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Friday

Hi BradThanks for the reply.While the shed has a lot to offer I found I could not make it due to my situation and as stated the challenge was on. The ...

WoodenGregsWood
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luca
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I needed a low bench behind my sofa, just underneath the fittings of the retractable sofa back-maximum height 34cm. Anything on the market is too tal ...

Adam_W
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3 weeks ago

Hey @DangerousDave & welcome!Ya' know... as I once heard said... 'the only stupid questions are the ones that don't get asked...' so don't ever worry ...

ThalmannDirk
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Presenting my collection of spray paint on surfboards, skateboards, snowboards but also furniture as chairs, tables,etc... Let me know what you think. ...

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Brad
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Friday

So far I have only done them in steel.

Brad
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Friday

I am thinking for the divider that you could make a planter box base ( on castors if you want to move it around easily ) with a lattice screen that yo ...

Brad
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6 replies
Friday

I found my local shed was not a good match for me, so I ended up joining Western Woodworkers who are part of Woodgroups SA. The discounts from retaile ...

Brad
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1 reply
a week ago

My 2 cents worth as you are using a larger panel.https://www.carbatec.com.au/rockler-i-semble-heavy-duty-blind-shelf-support?SearchID=7788781&SearchPo ...

Brad
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2 weeks ago

40mm pavers would work, prep work depends on your soil type. I would choose to go down the path of concrete base instead of pavers for a shed, if your ...

Brad
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3 weeks ago

Friday water a garden and paint a door.Saturday was assemble Ikea furniture.Sunday and Monday varnishing café tables.Tuesday is me time with an event ...

Brad
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a month ago

I have found in doing glue ups that a biscuit joiner when making panels from boards works well ( I have a router table that gives me that function ) a ...

Brad
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a month ago

I think I have fixed one in an aluminium window, given I don't have a great recall of the event it mustn't of been too difficult. Parts seem to come i ...

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