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John87
Just Starting Out
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Have bought 120x60 cm foam boards to put model railway track on. What is the best type of epoxy to harden the surface with?

bikerackman
Just Starting Out
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How do you recommend I make this bike stand? I'm not sure what wood is best (probably need something dense enough that would withstand lateral pressur ...

ZenZhou
Finding My Feet
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Im building a fish tank stand using 18mm water-resistant MDF, the screws i was advised to use was either a 8g 50mm screw, or a 7g 40mm screw. The only ...

savin
Getting Established
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Hi, I have purchased a floor stand for a heavy punchbag (approx 40-50kg) and need to bolt it to the floor of my shed. Ive included a photo of the ...

Maggymay
Growing in Experience
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I have a twenty five year old kiln, always been under cover. But now is showing some signs of rust on the top and door. What is the best way to counte ...

savin
Getting Established
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Hi, I have recently finished insulating and sheeting my colorbond shed as I turn it into a gym and planned to hang a heavy bag (approx 50kg from the w ...

Nella
Finding My Feet
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I purchased this music box and would like to fix it inside my double brick garage wall. It comes with double sided strips for wall and velcro on the ...

grantburrows
Getting Established
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Im looking to build some robust wardrobe like cupboards for my storage cage to store tools and other ‘garage type’ items. The units will be 1.8m high ...

AndrewJones
Making a Splash
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Never thought this actually would work but it did! Pretty happy how they turned out. Enjoy! Done with a drill and handplane (:

Denbuilt
Getting Established
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What is the best MIG/TIG welding device for a beginner?

Clunk0r
Getting Established
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Hi, I have a 6mx4m double shed with steel frame. I am slowly setting it up as a gym space and want to hang a 6ft heavy bag approximately 50kg from th ...

topper
Building a Reputation
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    G'day All, So my treadmill is breaking under the workload that is me. Between the rubber belt on my treadmill is a 15mm wooden (mdf?) deck. T ...

CaptainKokomo
Finding My Feet
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Hello,I bought the lathe off a friend and quickly got hooked on turning.I am now starting to do pen turning and have discovered that the best way to d ...

JoeAzza
Kind of a Big Deal
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I decided to make a timber toolbox for timber off cuts and salvaged kerbside timber, my intention was to use materials at hand, I had pine for the si ...

toughgamer
Cultivating a Following
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I've been working hard to get my garage up to shape since last year we bought the house - we live in a nice cul-de-sac so we have massive driveway whi ...

robchin
Becoming a Leader
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So haven't been in the workshop for a while. Thought I'd share these little ones. Made from scraps of wood from other projects, rescued wood and old d ...

glim
Just Starting Out
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Hi there wonder if you could help me with a small project... I have a very thick/heavy 10mm table tennis blade and would like to cut it in half w ...

Splodg
Growing in Experience
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Hi, there are heaps of awesome workshop projects here, so I thought I would mention an awesome CAD computer program I use.The program is part of a fre ...

Super_D
Becoming a Leader
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Christmas is coming and I have been making some Christmas presents with my Co2 laser.This is a little jewellery box cut and engraved on 3ply from Bunn ...

Former Workshop member
Former Workshop member
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    I was wondering what the best and safest way to hang a 50kg heavy bag off a besser block wall would be. The mount itself would weigh around 15-2 ...

Moggy
Getting Established
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I wish to glue 2 pieces of acrylic and was seeking advice as to the best type of glue available for purchase and which would dry clear. Cheers

RainbowDiY
Building a Reputation
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          Building out my rolling workshop and it’s my table saws turn. This saw is so heavy, I really struggled moving it in and out of my tiny ...

Alanpm
Just Starting Out
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any ideas where i can purchase this type of thing in Australia and pipe/tube to build a frame ?? Thanks

Andreasawesome
Getting Established
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My early 70’s house had a single arched entry carport that my car couldn’t fit in. It was built-in, using salvaged materials, lined with timber from a ...