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ProjectPete
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Handy guy; got skills and love putting them to use. Love trying new things and learning. Insta @projectpete.diy @at.home.rosehill and @homeprojectco
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Sorry btu haven't used the tool before @gippslandhome. I've only cut corrugated iron with grinder and jigsaw (very carefully) before. Then filed off a ...

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A ledger definitely a good way to do it also @Former Workshop member. The pane I used is just a laminate benchtop, from my bathroom/kitchen supplier. ...

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Easy done with the grinder - it's worth the effort for the seamless/floating effect @JS001 I'd space roughly every 800mm given the size and weight ...

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You'll see from my install, I cut into the plaster/render to set the bracket then patched over it so you can't see it. Are you able to do this or are ...

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You've got some fun on your hands @JS001 and I look forward to seeing what you come up with. In regards to the floating effect for you desk, here's ...

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@Jason @Brad Unsure of all the plants but one example is Zamia Furfuracea (cardboard palm). Now that i know it's possible, I'll get the plant names t ...

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Is this possible? If not, why not?

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Interesting and thanks for taking the time to explain it. I'll stick to woodworking and such

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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. ...

Brad
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While I sit in the has a metal cutting circular saw camp, I did find a demo that shows how easy/hard it is to use nibblers.Looking at the manual they ...

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G'day @JS001 Mate I am currently doing something very similar to Pete's example and just wanted to offer another possible option for fixing to the wal ...

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Yes it makes sense mate all good

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No the brackets are going onto Render. I could probably chase into it with a grinder come to think of it. What do you suggest for spacing of the brac ...

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Thanks Pete. Much appreciated. I did see your desk project. Nice job. The walls I am mounting to are brick / render so will be harder to hide the ...

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Hi Everyone This is my first post. I am in the middle of a whole house renovation. It’s going well but as many of you would know the funds tend to ...

Brad
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Lot easier for us from the east of you to get things like that, WA and Tas have some interesting* ideas on quarantine laws.*Restricting as well.

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ProjectPete
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Sorry btu haven't used the tool before @gippslandhome. I've only cut corrugated iron with grinder and jigsaw (very carefully) before. Then filed off a ...

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A ledger definitely a good way to do it also @Former Workshop member. The pane I used is just a laminate benchtop, from my bathroom/kitchen supplier. ...

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Easy done with the grinder - it's worth the effort for the seamless/floating effect @JS001 I'd space roughly every 800mm given the size and weight ...

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You've got some fun on your hands @JS001 and I look forward to seeing what you come up with. In regards to the floating effect for you desk, here's ...

ProjectPete
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Interesting and thanks for taking the time to explain it. I'll stick to woodworking and such

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That's right @Miss-pink - they're designed to secure timber to brick/concrete so you just hammer them in being mindful of not damaging your timber pan ...

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Ramset make some screws as do Buildex. Just take note of the type of head on the screw to make sur eit suits your needs @Prof .

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@amyt1337 It looks like you're getting the advice you need from @Mathy so all I'll add is that Dulux Lexicon Quarter is my favourite white. It's a "co ...

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