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Over Easter, a certain other woodworking tool supplier *coff Timbecon coff* had a sale and took their Torquata imperial dado stack kit down from $199 ...

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Lordy lord, why!?! Why would you want to remove the contrast, the different colouration and shading of the original, real wood and replace it with som ...

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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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Tara86
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I recently built loft beds using my daughters exciting bed frames. Finally have finished one bedroom adding floating shelves and a desk using left ove ...

Starkers_17
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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

Tara86
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We recently had our council hard rubbish clean up so figured it was a good time to organise the storage under our stairs. Our biggest problem was all ...

Grub80
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Hi @Prawns heres an update photo, the plants are ready to go! Seeds sown on 6/3/3 so in all, it’s taken 5 weeks. I’ve given them diluted power feed fo ...

coullone
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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 ...

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JustJim
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Over Easter, a certain other woodworking tool supplier *coff Timbecon coff* had a sale and took their Torquata imperial dado stack kit down from $199 ...

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

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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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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