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@BillieJo Thanks. Tools used weremetal detector(always good when working with recycled timber)thicknesserdust extractorDewalt cold cut chopmig weldera ...

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I’ve got a mig, I tried to use an arc welder the other day and was hopeless. I use it with Mig gas bottle, you can use gasless welding wire but I have ...

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This was what started my love of a combination of timber and steel. I built this bar and the stools for a mate. Pretty stoked with how they came up. ...

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Thanks @Old-gal24 , i wasn't because really wanted it to be a simple sideboard with an bit of a practical element with the single row shoe rack, rathe ...

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Corner joinedDomino holes to hold the single shelfFalse back, painted the same colour as the wall.Rebates cut for false back Glued and clampedOld f ...

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Thanks @ProjectPete, metal working is a great skill to learn, opens up a world of opportunity. It can be a frustrating while you get the hang of it bu ...

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Test fitting the top to the frame Frame weldup Frame in position, it was too heavy to move once the top is on Completed. Top and sides are ja ...

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I turned a couple of piles of old material into a coffee table. 50 year old bed posts20 year old steelTable machined and joinedTest fit

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I pride myself on the quality of my work, always. My business slogan is "We treat your home like it's our own." It infuriates me when I come across ...

Arcc
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Needing to organise and store my powertools I undertook this little project. Built almost entirely from wood repurposed from crates and pallets it was ...

AnitaH25
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I saw these wine barrel tables on Pinterest and it was love at first sight. I just did not want the rustic look. I wanted mine to be a more finished ...

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Starkers_17
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@BillieJo Thanks. Tools used weremetal detector(always good when working with recycled timber)thicknesserdust extractorDewalt cold cut chopmig weldera ...

Starkers_17
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1 reply

I’ve got a mig, I tried to use an arc welder the other day and was hopeless. I use it with Mig gas bottle, you can use gasless welding wire but I have ...

Starkers_17
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2 replies

This was what started my love of a combination of timber and steel. I built this bar and the stools for a mate. Pretty stoked with how they came up. ...

Starkers_17
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3 replies

Thanks @Old-gal24 , i wasn't because really wanted it to be a simple sideboard with an bit of a practical element with the single row shoe rack, rathe ...

Starkers_17
Budding Contributor
2 replies

Corner joinedDomino holes to hold the single shelfFalse back, painted the same colour as the wall.Rebates cut for false back Glued and clampedOld f ...

Starkers_17
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Thanks @ProjectPete, metal working is a great skill to learn, opens up a world of opportunity. It can be a frustrating while you get the hang of it bu ...

Starkers_17
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7 replies

Test fitting the top to the frame Frame weldup Frame in position, it was too heavy to move once the top is on Completed. Top and sides are ja ...

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5 replies

I turned a couple of piles of old material into a coffee table. 50 year old bed posts20 year old steelTable machined and joinedTest fit

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