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woodenwookie
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So for a more static view of what I was trying to achieve here's a little run down. So this is the Hape Crane Lift toy with the windings that was doi ...

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So I because we here in Taranaki had a long weekend I spent today in the workshop building a prototype of tower crane made by a children’s toy company ...

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3 weeks ago

Further to the screw thing the best advice I’ve had is always use screws that have a threadless shaft at the head of the screw when working with wood. ...

woodenwookie
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Here in Taranaki we have Taranaki Anniversary day on Monday so long weekend for us. My plan is to try and replicate this: https://steemit.com/appics/@ ...

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January

That is so cool. I love the car storage in the door.

woodenwookie
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January

Thanks for that. I did know about the transformer thing but I have to say I’m not sure they actually have any, at least what I’ve seen. The bulbs them ...

woodenwookie
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January

I well recommend them. Try a deal that gives you everything like dad’s setup. This gives you a lot of flexibility. I’ve seen them here in NZ on TradeM ...

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A few years ago when I started getting into woodworking my dad perpetually loaned me his Triton 2000 series Workcentre. This is a great unit and I mad ...

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Thanks again to all those Workshop community members and visitors to the site who have provided feedback in recent months. We will continue to improve ...

Kermit
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May 2016

This is a good idea when you don't have room to swing a hammer.

prettyliving
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      This past week I’ve been working on a ‘ute’ bookshelf for my son. I used pine boards from Bunnings which I stained with black paint and water ...

Mick0s
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October 2016

I think I've posted about my arcade machine build before, which is a damn close second. But the best thing probably goes to its close relative, the ...

hermes
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December

        Hi Brains Trust,Demolition for the bathroom was very complex. As predicted by a fellow forum member, they expertly pointed out that the shower ...

Isobel
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May 2016

If you can get your hands on some pallets you can use them for some great storage options. Here's some ideas:

ProjectPete
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November

I don't believe the work (during and once complete) will be insured either without a permit. Really caution against cutting corners on this one.

MartyH
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November

TBH I would just replace the door knobs...

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woodenwookie
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3 weeks ago

So for a more static view of what I was trying to achieve here's a little run down. So this is the Hape Crane Lift toy with the windings that was doi ...

woodenwookie
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2 replies

So I because we here in Taranaki had a long weekend I spent today in the workshop building a prototype of tower crane made by a children’s toy company ...

woodenwookie
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1 reply
3 weeks ago

Further to the screw thing the best advice I’ve had is always use screws that have a threadless shaft at the head of the screw when working with wood. ...

woodenwookie
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3 weeks ago

Here in Taranaki we have Taranaki Anniversary day on Monday so long weekend for us. My plan is to try and replicate this: https://steemit.com/appics/@ ...

woodenwookie
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January

That is so cool. I love the car storage in the door.

woodenwookie
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January

Thanks for that. I did know about the transformer thing but I have to say I’m not sure they actually have any, at least what I’ve seen. The bulbs them ...

woodenwookie
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January

I well recommend them. Try a deal that gives you everything like dad’s setup. This gives you a lot of flexibility. I’ve seen them here in NZ on TradeM ...

woodenwookie
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2 replies

A few years ago when I started getting into woodworking my dad perpetually loaned me his Triton 2000 series Workcentre. This is a great unit and I mad ...

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