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Hooray! A new tool holder.This one is for three handsaws, or possibly hawks. No, I'm sure they're handsaws. I know the difference.I wanted some dowel ...

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I thought he had been a bit quiet!Get well soon, @Jason.

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Trying to get a shed or workshop so that it is organised and efficient is a major project all by itself. To this end, when I realised that I had glues ...

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When it came time to knock up a batch of Hot Cross Buns the other day, I thought I had the perfect tray to bake them in, but after half an hour or so ...

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No worries. It wasn't my idea in the first place. Very few things are original, after all! 3x3Custom - Tamar's video

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So I used a flap disk on an angle grinder and contoured the sitting surface, rounded over the edges of the legs, especially along the bottom to try to ...

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My back isn't what it used to be, and to be honest, it didn't used to be much good anyway. So when I found myself hunched over my already raised assem ...

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Here is another jig that I made recently. This one does a similar job to the multifunction hold-down/tapering/jointing jig from earlier but is a dedic ...

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My first involvement with workshop.I am just starting on my shed, a new build in Paynesville, Victoria, Australia.Glad someone else re-uses bits from ...

mikedoeslife
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Oh no, poor bloke! I'd literally just emailed him this morning to talk about a project. If only I'd known! Well, best of luck to him. If you're readin ...

Tara86
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Oh no Poor @Jason sending our thoughts and hoping your feeling better really soon!!Apologies for responding so late to your message! Just saw this aft ...

stevo1
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I love my new Ozito xchange 18v blower with my pvc extension to clean all my house gutters without leaving the safety of Mother Earth. Me at 60, my w ...

ProjectPete
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I'd like to give you all a quick update on @Jason. Unfortunately, our illustrious community manager is unwell and has been away from workshop for the ...

Dan_M
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Hi All,well after binge-watching just about every episode of 'Treehouse Masters', buying the book, and also scouring Youtube for related video; I've b ...

stackhat
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My GF saw a TV unit she liked the design of but didn’t like the glossy black external finish. I really didn’t like the price (selling in stores for $2 ...

mike1952
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I started to install a tool wall today similar to what you have done, thanks for the idea I'll try to update you on what I am doing regardsmike

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JustJim
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I thought he had been a bit quiet!Get well soon, @Jason.

JustJim
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Trying to get a shed or workshop so that it is organised and efficient is a major project all by itself. To this end, when I realised that I had glues ...

JustJim
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When it came time to knock up a batch of Hot Cross Buns the other day, I thought I had the perfect tray to bake them in, but after half an hour or so ...

JustJim
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So I used a flap disk on an angle grinder and contoured the sitting surface, rounded over the edges of the legs, especially along the bottom to try to ...

JustJim
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3 replies

My back isn't what it used to be, and to be honest, it didn't used to be much good anyway. So when I found myself hunched over my already raised assem ...

JustJim
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Here is another jig that I made recently. This one does a similar job to the multifunction hold-down/tapering/jointing jig from earlier but is a dedic ...

JustJim
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I finally remembered to take some photos of the crosscut sled.This is built up of 17mm film faced plywood with Tassie Ash hardwood runners. Here is a ...

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Still no photos of the crosscut sled but here is the latest high tech piece of kit for my table saw.A block of wood. Actually it's two blocks of wood ...

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