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Just done a quick test, middle still has the spacer slide in tight with the protected end tighter but the end that gets the run off from the other she ...

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Since @Jason has done most of the work for me.I used the 1/4 spacer (6.35mm) for the floor and dropped them in to the bench as tight as I could.I migh ...

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Bit of a hard problem once they learn where they can find food. Thinking cap on for a while...

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Is that closer to what your after?

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Joist Hangers A photo of the area you are working with would always help.

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Axminster Panel ClampMy similar clamp, I just need to drill the Aluminium RHS and the bench top in a 96mm hole pattern (As well as make the bench fram ...

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Put a lip on my drywall cart and painted it blue, much nicer than the original orange.Routed some dog holes in 2x4 for the end of my assembly bench, s ...

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That the look you are going for? Upcut spiral router bit for 12.7mm and under will leave a clean bottom. Forstner bit for larger holes, not the saw to ...

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PartyDad
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Had another go this morning and it’s come up well. Didn’t need to use any more filler, just needed a good sand now that it was all nice and dry. It’s ...

PartyDad
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Patched the three holes successfully following the advice on the video. They look almost perfect. Had as a bit more trouble with the crack. Made a bi ...

Trying
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Hi @Jason, thanks for your interest. I presented myself to the Bunnings Workshop class as previously discussed and then selected an Ozito 18v drill ki ...

r23on
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Have you had an issue clamping materials and finding after the glue has dried, removing the clamps and your board were bowed. I know I have, no matter ...

Trying
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Hi all, apologies for this late update but my phone was lost for a time. Pics are of my composite deck after over 12 months of happy hours and hours a ...

Beachbox
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I was recently asked to make a counter for a local business. He wanted something rustic and this is what I came up with. As you can see I used fence p ...

Adam_W
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Hey @g_coopster,Personally... I'd be going for screws. Neater finish, less chance of bruised timber.Even if nailing you'd likely want to be pre-drilli ...

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Brad
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Just done a quick test, middle still has the spacer slide in tight with the protected end tighter but the end that gets the run off from the other she ...

Brad
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Since @Jason has done most of the work for me.I used the 1/4 spacer (6.35mm) for the floor and dropped them in to the bench as tight as I could.I migh ...

Brad
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2 replies

Is that closer to what your after?

Brad
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Joist Hangers A photo of the area you are working with would always help.

Brad
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Axminster Panel ClampMy similar clamp, I just need to drill the Aluminium RHS and the bench top in a 96mm hole pattern (As well as make the bench fram ...

Brad
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Put a lip on my drywall cart and painted it blue, much nicer than the original orange.Routed some dog holes in 2x4 for the end of my assembly bench, s ...

Brad
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That the look you are going for? Upcut spiral router bit for 12.7mm and under will leave a clean bottom. Forstner bit for larger holes, not the saw to ...

Brad
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Just a little place to start with your battery connection. battery-bank-tutorial

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