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Wayne
Wayne
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Hobbyist wood worker with a passion.
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Are you pushing the router bit all the way in or raising it a couple mm ?Also check what you actually have there are 12mm collets and bits and also 1/ ...

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A friend asked if I could make a chicken nesting box for her two backyard chickens, here is the result.I planed up some pallet boards to equal thickne ...

Wayne
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Looks good Brad, specs are virtually the same as the Carbatec machine that I posted earlier. With 3 days of the auction to go it will be interesting t ...

Wayne
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Hi LePallet,I wouldn't suggest getting anything lower than 2hp, you can get a Carbatec 2hp with 1200cfm for $369 at the moment.https://www.carbatec.co ...

Wayne
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Sheet sander would be my choice also, Pine marks easily and will be magnified with stain. I have had small jobs mark easily just from turning over to ...

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That sure is a solid bench and a project to be proud of for many years.

Wayne
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I had to put this aside with other projects needing completion but got a bit more done today.I used some 90 x 35mm pine and used the heart shape as a ...

Wayne
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Videoing projects is certainly on the cards in the future.

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r23on
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Have you had an issue clamping materials and finding after the glue has dried, removing the clamps and your board were bowed. I know I have, no matter ...

pat2
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My Ryobi router is 4 years old..The spring collet got stuck...had it removed bought a new collet $46..now it is stuck first time using it.. Anyone he ...

Community Manager Jason
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Hi @pat2, Sorry to read of your router issues. We have lots of keen woodworkers in the community who might be able to provide some helpful advice, i ...

royq
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Hi @Jason, Thank you, definitely looking forward to getting some inspo from the crew here and trust I have some input to offer in return. Thanks for t ...

Community Manager Jason
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Looks fantastic @Wayne. Many thanks for sharing. As always, I'm sure your terrific work will inspire other members. Jason

Kiwifr33
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Main assembly time. I’ve used floor seal tung oil as a finish to try and stiffen up the three plywood legs. Admins, I seem to be missing the 'add phot ...

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Wayne
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Are you pushing the router bit all the way in or raising it a couple mm ?Also check what you actually have there are 12mm collets and bits and also 1/ ...

Wayne
Super Contributor
1 reply

A friend asked if I could make a chicken nesting box for her two backyard chickens, here is the result.I planed up some pallet boards to equal thickne ...

Wayne
Super Contributor

Sheet sander would be my choice also, Pine marks easily and will be magnified with stain. I have had small jobs mark easily just from turning over to ...

Wayne
Super Contributor
4 replies

That sure is a solid bench and a project to be proud of for many years.

Wayne
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I had to put this aside with other projects needing completion but got a bit more done today.I used some 90 x 35mm pine and used the heart shape as a ...

Wayne
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7 replies

Videoing projects is certainly on the cards in the future.

Wayne
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I am no movie producer by any means but thought it was time to share my humble work space "The Shed" in a short video tour.With retirement in sight I ...

Wayne
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My niece's friend is getting married and she asked if I could do some log rounds for the reception tables.She supplied the Log Rounds but they were in ...

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