Workshop
Start a discussion
since May
23 hours ago
woodenwookie
woodenwookie
Junior Contributor
  • My latest posts
  • Posts I liked
  • My liked posts

User's latest posts

woodenwookie
Junior Contributor

Oh mate, if you want to see something that will make you as a tradie weep come to Hawera, NZ and look at my mum and dad's house.It's a block house tha ...

woodenwookie
Junior Contributor
1 reply

It’s been a while since I’ve been in my workshop due to a hectic work schedule, perils of being a team leader I suppose. I finally got a chance this ...

woodenwookie
Junior Contributor

@Jason wrote:Hi @woodenwookie, You might like to check out these discussions that have previously covered the topic of how best to dismantle pallets: ...

woodenwookie
Junior Contributor
3 replies

I don't buy that millenials are lazy. The reason Millenials seem lazy is because their freaking parents did everything for them in case they hurt them ...

woodenwookie
Junior Contributor
2 replies

What do you use to pull the pallets apart with?

woodenwookie
Junior Contributor

I also did learn one thing but I kind of already knew it beforehand anyway... DO NOT throw stuff at a moving table saw blade. I got frustrated trying ...

woodenwookie
Junior Contributor

The one thing I really learned from this is to predrill the holes before cutting. I destroyed the tail rotor drilling after the cut. I’m also pretty h ...

woodenwookie
Junior Contributor
1 reply

Thanks for the tip about the right handed nature of the saw. My B&D saw is also righhanded but I’m tempted to go to the Ozito because the B&D annoys m ...

Posts user liked

ProjectPete
Trusted Contributor
10 replies

I pride myself on the quality of my work, always. My business slogan is "We treat your home like it's our own." It infuriates me when I come across ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
1 reply

Hi @woodenwookie, You might like to check out these discussions that have previously covered the topic of how best to dismantle pallets: Easiest ...

barbthebuilder
Regular Browser
1 reply

Hi all. I'm wanting to build a basic fish tank stand for my 2ft tank. It will be painted to match my furniture and to add some protection from water ...

Sambro
Budding Contributor
1 reply

I bought the pack (ozito) with the screw driver skin and the drill, came with two batteries and a fast charger. then got a second hand recipro saw whi ...

BIM_Engineer
Valued Contributor
2 replies

Sorry to hear about your motor cycle accident that now limits your use of high Torque drillsOthers might wish to consider The Bosch PROtection Range w ...

User's liked posts

woodenwookie
Junior Contributor
1 reply

It’s been a while since I’ve been in my workshop due to a hectic work schedule, perils of being a team leader I suppose. I finally got a chance this ...

woodenwookie
Junior Contributor

@Jason wrote:Hi @woodenwookie, You might like to check out these discussions that have previously covered the topic of how best to dismantle pallets: ...

woodenwookie
Junior Contributor
3 replies

I don't buy that millenials are lazy. The reason Millenials seem lazy is because their freaking parents did everything for them in case they hurt them ...

woodenwookie
Junior Contributor
1 reply

Thanks for the tip about the right handed nature of the saw. My B&D saw is also righhanded but I’m tempted to go to the Ozito because the B&D annoys m ...

woodenwookie
Junior Contributor

@LePallet, the article mentions that you've sold a few things. How did you go about doing that? My ultimate goal with learning wood working is to be a ...

woodenwookie
Junior Contributor

Just gave my Ozito impact drill and Ozito drill drivers a bit of a go today. I mounted my workbench to the wall because I was getting tired of setting ...

woodenwookie
Junior Contributor
1 reply

Man, that’s what I really need but can’t afford . I like Bosch stuff because they’re a company of thinkers. If/when I can afford that sort of gear I’ ...

Contact Me
Online Status
Offline
Date Last Visited
23 hours ago