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I thought I saw this somewhere. Just found it.

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@Daves880 I don't really understand what you mean. Do you want to lay pallets on the ground and fix the shed to them, or making the shed walls out of ...

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@ProfWhat about a reciprocating saw or multi-tool with a timber attachment? Otherwise you could try a handsaw cutting multiple cuts from the 200 to t ...

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@Yorky88 Spray is the way to go. If you don't have a gun then roll and finish off by using a fine grade brush, similar if you are using gloss enamel. ...

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Excellent use of recycling. Deb just saw this and guess what? I have to build a couple.CheersDaryl

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@Yorky88 Beaut work mate. Personally I would leave the natural look, however there are so many stain colours nowadays you can pick whatever you fanc ...

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Thanks for the vote of confidence @Jason. Sorry have been away. @ehsantl Unfortunately, the photo doesn't really show much. You say that your groun ...

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@Brian68 G'day Brian, Welcome to the workshop. To answer your question will depend on what you are cutting (picture frames, floorboards, railway sleep ...

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Glenc
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I built this garden on wheels for my mother in law for Mother's Day out of pallet wood, I even included a worm farm in the middle.

Wayne
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My first project at the XMRC Shed - a Semi Trailer Mack Truck Model.I bought the Plans for this model quite some time ago but never seemed to be able ...

AndrewJones
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New build video from me. This one I combine electronics with traditional handtool woodworking. Hope you like it.

Wayne
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I have started working on some Beer Totes that can be personalised and purchased as a gift (for the man that has everything). These are extremely pop ...

Wayne
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My daughter asked if I could build a Bath Caddy (that she had seen on Pinterest) as a gift for a housemate, who seemingly spends considerable time in ...

Gwandalan_Tales
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We are making slow progress refreshing our little Victorian cottage with a toddler (and mainly only in any spare time we have on weekends) BUT we have ...

Fantus
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Hi I've spent the last 40 plus years working on making things and fixing things. I'm a Fitter and Turner by trade which involves a lot of different sk ...

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darylhewston
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I thought I saw this somewhere. Just found it.

darylhewston
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@Daves880 I don't really understand what you mean. Do you want to lay pallets on the ground and fix the shed to them, or making the shed walls out of ...

darylhewston
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@ProfWhat about a reciprocating saw or multi-tool with a timber attachment? Otherwise you could try a handsaw cutting multiple cuts from the 200 to t ...

darylhewston
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Excellent use of recycling. Deb just saw this and guess what? I have to build a couple.CheersDaryl

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Thanks for the vote of confidence @Jason. Sorry have been away. @ehsantl Unfortunately, the photo doesn't really show much. You say that your groun ...

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@Brian68 G'day Brian, Welcome to the workshop. To answer your question will depend on what you are cutting (picture frames, floorboards, railway sleep ...

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@Waters As @Johnnynl said, there are a number of variables to be considered. Can you answer the following:Doors, sliding, pivot/swing or none at all? ...

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@Darren Good job, looking good. Personally I like the floor to ceiling tiling, however with having the strip of plastered wall you can add a bit of co ...

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