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royq
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Always been pretty keen with my hands, dad was a builder/renovator so I learnt general carpentry, framing, roofing etc pretty young, learnt cabinetry at high school and then welding, concreting and CAD in the first two years of work. Fair to say, jack of all trades, definitely master of none.
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royq
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Good stuff @PJA, you'll find the corded electric gear has a lot more torque than battery equipment, there's just more power at their disposal. The sha ...

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Hi @Jason I'm still procrastinating on it right now haha. I managed to get hold of a few sheets of pegboard for nix last week so that'll go to good us ...

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@ChrisM, so the existing posts are 2520 between? That's 95mm wider than the Matrix panel once you have the frame around it (https://www.bunnings.com.a ...

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Hi @ChrisM, the panels would be 2400 long because that is a standard length for most modular fence panels (colorbond and the like). Are you worried if ...

royq
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Hi @Monument,I'd give it a go if it was just being wired into a power point again because the circuit is all setup and fused etc. I'm never too keen o ...

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Hey @Jason,I've got a multitude of various hand tools to store, I was thinking a peg board on the back wall for this, then my three chainsaws and a fe ...

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Hi Workshoppers, I decided to post up some pics of my workbench build that I'm about halfway through, hoping to get some ideas for storage and a littl ...

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PJA
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You can see that we are blessed with a beautiful creek frontage in our new townhouse. If you jump the fence there is some bushland that is surprisin ...

PJA
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Royq, I had to upgrade to an 'electric' Chainsaw. I was trying to cut a 400mm diameter log, I think it was made of case hardened steel, and the +one c ...

Community Manager Jason
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Hey @royq, How are you going with this project? Did you see the great ideas here from @Tara86 and @Monument? - https://www.workshop.com.au/t5/Gara ...

shayden06
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A small project I completed for my sister. Everything was brought from Bunnings.

Tara86
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Hi everyone - as my love and interest in DIY continues to grow I found I needed an adequate area to accommodate this. I needed decent storage and a po ...

ProjectPete
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Another little splashback upgrade over the weekend as planned, plus some new taps. Got a few bits and pieces like this to do before selling this house ...

Adam_W
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Well sort of finished...Hi all, been a busy week or so getting this garden 'built'.It'll be a work in progress as I add lower plantings but for now... ...

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royq
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Hi @Jason I'm still procrastinating on it right now haha. I managed to get hold of a few sheets of pegboard for nix last week so that'll go to good us ...

royq
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@ChrisM, so the existing posts are 2520 between? That's 95mm wider than the Matrix panel once you have the frame around it (https://www.bunnings.com.a ...

royq
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Hi @ChrisM, the panels would be 2400 long because that is a standard length for most modular fence panels (colorbond and the like). Are you worried if ...

royq
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Hey @Jason,I've got a multitude of various hand tools to store, I was thinking a peg board on the back wall for this, then my three chainsaws and a fe ...

royq
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Hi Workshoppers, I decided to post up some pics of my workbench build that I'm about halfway through, hoping to get some ideas for storage and a littl ...

royq
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Hi @QuailFlock, if they're near your house use traps not baits. With baits they go back to their nest and die, if that's near where you spend time you ...

royq
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Hahaha good one @PJA, stick to electric then Chainsaws can be tricky when they don't want to start. It sounds like you flooded it, let the choke off ...

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@qeff it's a strange one for sure, the mixers sometimes have issues with the washer not opening fully on just one side of the tap (hot or cold only), ...

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