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Shagen
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Shagen
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Tuesday

Hi @MitchellMc, which is a better option? A belt sander or an electric hand planer?

Shagen
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Tuesday

Thanks @MitchellMc, It isn’t quite finished yet. I want to treat it, even though it is going to be stored in my shed.My initial plan was to collapse i ...

Shagen
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I bought a Ryobi table saw a few weeks ago and did my first coffee table out of pallet wood. This who coffee table was made with just the Ryobi table ...

Shagen
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Tuesday

I am new to woodworking and have been trying to do a lot of things with little budget. I bought a Ryobi table saw after seeing a lot of videos. This i ...

Shagen
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Tuesday

 My folding table. Not what I was expecting but works.

Shagen
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2 weeks ago

Thanks @MitchellMc, that’s it took me about 2 months. Didn’t realise how hard it would be to work with Kwila but by the time I realised it was too lat ...

Shagen
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After almost 2 months (mostly working on weekends), I completed my first project. I only had circular saw, a power drill and an orbital sander at that ...

Shagen
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2 weeks ago

Not sure if the drawing makes sense. The legs at each end would fold inwards. But my problem is I’m afraid it may not be stable. I am building this to ...

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Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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Tuesday

Hi @Shagen, Many thanks for sharing your finished table with the community. Did you manage to sort out the collapsing leg issue and did you use some ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
Bunnings Team Member
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Tuesday

Hi @Shagen, One of the marvellous things about working with reclaimed timber or pallet wood is that it doesn't need to be perfect and flaws just a ...

r23on
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2 weeks ago

Hi ShagenHad bit of a think and based on your sketch I have knocked up a drawing (food for thought) For strength I would go down this line to lock the ...

-wce2019-
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January

G'day @OldMate and @Jason, sorry for the late replies, i have been really caught up with a lot of projects recently (involved in moving house), so i ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
Bunnings Team Member
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3 weeks ago

Hi @MonkeyLearn, Many thanks for your question, I'd be pleased to assist. Personally, I use a combination of the Ryobi 800w Variable Speed Be ...

JDE
Experienced Contributor
2 weeks ago

ShagenTry googling Table Leg Brace. Depending on the size of your table Bunnings sells them for card tables.JDE

Community Manager Jason
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2 weeks ago

Hi @Shagen, Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community. Glad to see you've already noticed what a fantastic bunch of clever and creative members w ...

r23on
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2 weeks ago

Sketch of your ideas of the folding leg would be great to understand where you are hinging from as there are a lot of ideas on how to stabilise and se ...

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Shagen
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1 reply
Tuesday

Thanks @MitchellMc, It isn’t quite finished yet. I want to treat it, even though it is going to be stored in my shed.My initial plan was to collapse i ...

Shagen
Budding Contributor
4 replies

I bought a Ryobi table saw a few weeks ago and did my first coffee table out of pallet wood. This who coffee table was made with just the Ryobi table ...

Shagen
Budding Contributor
Tuesday

I am new to woodworking and have been trying to do a lot of things with little budget. I bought a Ryobi table saw after seeing a lot of videos. This i ...

Shagen
Budding Contributor
3 replies
Tuesday

 My folding table. Not what I was expecting but works.

Shagen
Budding Contributor
1 reply
2 weeks ago

Thanks @MitchellMc, that’s it took me about 2 months. Didn’t realise how hard it would be to work with Kwila but by the time I realised it was too lat ...

Shagen
Budding Contributor
4 replies

After almost 2 months (mostly working on weekends), I completed my first project. I only had circular saw, a power drill and an orbital sander at that ...

Shagen
Budding Contributor
6 replies
2 weeks ago

Not sure if the drawing makes sense. The legs at each end would fold inwards. But my problem is I’m afraid it may not be stable. I am building this to ...

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