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Jason
Community Manager
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Re: Introduce yourself to the community

Fantastic to have you join us @AndrewJones and thanks for introducing yourself.

 

I'm looking forward to seeing you sharing your woodworking expertise and your creations with the Workshop community. Feel free to embed YouTube videos in your posts. You just need to click on the Insert a video button. 

 

Here's a few existing discussions that you might be interested in contributing to:

 

What's your favourite tool?

 

Getting a good finish when varnishing

 

Timber sanding

 

Long and straight mitre cuts without a table saw

 

How to revive a timber screen

 

Do you prefer new tools or old?

 

Please let me know if you need a hand getting the most from the site.

 

Jason

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sof
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Re: Introduce yourself to the community

Hi everyone

 

I'm a project manager for a residential builder who specialises in extensions and renovations. I'm also working on my own place overhauling the garden at the moment but did a refurbishment last year - totally gutted the place. In typical builder fashion the house isn't finished - probably won't be until I go to sell!

 

I'm also a proud single-mum of a little one.

 

I live and breathe everything building and DIY. It's part occupational hazard and part love.

 

 

So happy to have been invited to be a community founder and hope I can contribute some decent advice, tips and/or tricks.

 

Some personal info - a BBQ'd sausage in a piece of bread is just a sausage in bread. As my daughter would say "Let's go to the hammer shop (Bunnings) and get sausage in bread!".

 

Sof

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Unit-4
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Re: Introduce yourself to the community

Hi Community,

My name is Maddison and my keen interest is really in anything DIY. Whether it's gardening, woodwork, painting, and anything in between I love to get in and do things myself for the price but more importantly the experience!

 

And to answer Jason's question, I simply call it a sausage in bread!!

 

Looking forward to getting some hot tips and ideas from you all.

 

Mads,

Unit-4

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Jason
Community Manager
Community Manager

Re: Introduce yourself to the community

Welcome @sof

 

I'm delighted that you have joined us. I'm sure you have a great deal of experience, knowledge and passion that you can share with the Workshop community. I hope you also get plenty of ideas and inspiration for your projects.

 

Thanks for introducing yourself. Looking forward to seeing more of your posts soon.

 

Jason

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Jason
Community Manager
Community Manager

Re: Introduce yourself to the community

Hey Mads (@Unit-4)

 

A very warm welcome to Workshop. It's wonderful to have you as part of the community. You will find plenty of like-minded people here on Workshop. 

 

Thanks for signing up and for introducing yourself. Please let me know if you need a hand getting the most from the site. 

 

Jason

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Visionseal
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Re: Introduce yourself to the community

Hello!

My name is Tristan - Kiwi living in Melbourne :smile:

I run an epoxy flooring business www.visionseal.com.au so any questions or info on resin flooring, decretive or concrete sealing hit me up.

Side passion is mucking around home with the hammer and nails making pallet furniture and restore cool old furniture.

Current project is restore a old wooden coffee table and replacing the top with a diy polished concrete top ( didn't think of how heavy it is going to be )

Good old sausage and bread ( I like Sanga though sounds funny)
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Jason
Community Manager
Community Manager

Re: Introduce yourself to the community

Hi Tristan (@Visionseal)

 

Welcome to Workshop. Many thanks for joining the community. I'm sure there will be many Workshop members keen to take up your offer of flooring advice in future.

 

I also look forward to seeing some of your furniture projects, please post again soon. You might like to share a photo of your coffee table on the Gallery, or start a new discussion and include some images. 

 

Thanks again,

 

Jason 

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ProjectPete
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Jason
Community Manager
Community Manager

Re: Introduce yourself to the community

Hi all,

 

Just wanted to extend the very warmest of welcomes to some of the new members of the Workshop community. It's wonderful to have you join us. 

 

Please take a moment to introduce yourself to the community. We're looking forward to getting to know you and hearing about your plans and projects.

 

Please let me know if you need a hand getting the most from the site. 

 

Jason

 

 

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ShawnWilkey
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Re: Introduce yourself to the community

Hi everyone,

 

I tend to be a lurker on most sites and will probably be the same here. But I thought I would quickly introduce myself. I'm not much of a diy'er but want to learn and have a crack. Looking forward to getting lots of tips and ideas here. 

 

I call it a sausage in bread. I don't understand that some people call it a sandwich when there's only one piece of bread involved.  

 

Shawn

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