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bilcruise
Budding Contributor
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Hi, I am thinking to build a weightlifting platform for my garage gym, something like this. As you can see the bottom layer is built by abo ...

Shagen
Junior Contributor
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I am hoping to get some tips on which jigsaw i should get. I am a novice and just started out doing little projects. While I was looking for a jigsaw ...

Wayne
Super Contributor
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My first project at the XMRC Shed - a Semi Trailer Mack Truck Model.I bought the Plans for this model quite some time ago but never seemed to be able ...

PeterH
Budding Contributor
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palms
New Contributor
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Splodg
Budding Contributor
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May

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 ...

Nikki7
New Contributor
10 replies
May

Long time stalker and first time poster. After seeing all these amazing things being built I decided to have a crack at making my own work area. Gener ...

DiamondDave
Budding Contributor
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Dartboard cupboard built from a pallet sourced in Bunnings dock. Cut down to size and sanded glued and screwed together. Have my 11yr old son star ...

mike79
New Contributor
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Hi, I have decided to build myself a workbench for woodworking and would like to focus on more hand tool joinery. I have made smaller projects so hav ...

kel
Experienced Contributor
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Been playing with the scrollsaw a bit latelyu

Moderator JaneK
Moderator
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If you're a cyclist, your bike is your pride and joy but there's no doubt that they take up a lot of room. I'm curious about how other community membe ...

r23on
Valued Contributor
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A couple of months ago I managed to grab a hold of some camphor laurel with some great colours. The hardest bit was working out what material I was go ...

r23on
Valued Contributor
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My how time flys when yah having fun. I have been trying some new joint methods "Isoloc" So i though I would start with another jewellery box because ...

fhk56
Budding Contributor
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I have been re-modelling my work space in the last couple of weeks, and decided to go with a French Cleat wall for my tools. Please note that this is ...

ksd050
Budding Contributor
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I was unsatisfied with the size and weight of the woodworking mallet I had (left) so I decided to make a new one. I slightly underestimated how big it ...

LePallet
Super Contributor
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Hello to all you DIY addicts This is my first time posting in discussion so bare with me, but happy to be apart of a page that respects every ones ...

Razzer
Junior Contributor
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Here is a build that I did in my garage. It is made mainly out of 18mm MDF. I have attached a before and after photo. The vertical draws are to hold 1 ...

MikeTNZ
Established Contributor
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These days, we have so much to choose from as far as timber goes.Back in the day, it used to be merely MDF board, which was OK, unless it got wet and ...

NumeroUno
Budding Contributor
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Hi All. We have a privacy boot cover with a plastic attachment that has snapped off. Which is the best glue to reattach the plastic to the end of th ...

alupton
Junior Contributor
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I 'm new here and new to working with wood in my shed. I look forward to learning from others, getting some support and perhaps sharing some projects. ...

Moderator Walter
Moderator
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Hey everyone, this is a bit left field, but I do a lot of 3D printing, and among external things (not the printer equipment) you have to consider are: ...

bikerackman
Newbie
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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 ...

Brad
Trusted Contributor
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Peggers
Experienced Contributor
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Between caravan projects I built a library for the corner of the warehouse...