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Petemc
Newbie
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I told my wife before the birth of our first child that I'd make all the nursery furniture. No idea why, just on a whim, with no experience in woodwor ...

JoeAzza
Junior Contributor
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I have existing three room doors on my wardrobe, they never worked properly, so I decide to make six new replacement doors that are easier to open, th ...

Benskimo
Junior Contributor
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I've had some nice comments about a custom midcentury modern shelving unit I've made, so I thought I'd post some pics here, along with steps about how ...

Nham
New Contributor
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I thought I share my build for an affordable computer desk as most of us are now working from home. I needed an extended desk to fit into the study bu ...

redracer01
Trusted Contributor
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Hello Friends, Just wanted to show you guys final outcome of my book case / tv cabinet. Took about 3 weeks in total. Very happy with final outcome. Ch ...

Jwyatt
New Contributor
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Recently completed a sliding barn door. This was needed to shield our living room from the harsh Afternoon sun, beaming in through western facing win ...

itsangus
New Contributor
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Hi All,I'm moving into a sharehouse and I'm worried my portable aircon is going to be unbearably loud for my flatmates. I don't share a wall with anyo ...

ProjectPete
Trusted Contributor
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Hi all, I'm doing a feature wall in theatre for a customer including my bamboo panelling however she wants a panel which protrudes from the wall and i ...

mirza
New Contributor
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Hello Dear Respected members. I am new in your workshop. I just need your help and advise if you can. I want make a wooden frame see in photo. I haven ...

Richardc007
Newbie
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would like what to use timber wise for a table about 1200 wide 180 high 360 depth to be able to take 16Kg in weight.I was thing pine panels

Zach20
New Contributor
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  Hey guys, I’ve never done anything DIY before so I’m looking for advise on how to get started on building a bed like the the one below for my son. ...

Dark
Junior Contributor
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Hey all its me Dark. Been awhile since last log in but life got in the way as usual. so im back at it looking for ideas and wife has requested me to ...

Yorky88
Super Contributor
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Craig72
New Contributor
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Hi Reno Guys hope you all well Looking for recommendations for some to help us to build a buoy in looking tv feature wall with some store for DVD ...

omicky
Occasional Browser
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I needed a desk that I could pack up and take with me when I moved. Basically I chose to use Rackit, as each shelf can handle 400kg. I stained each fr ...

JustinS
Junior Contributor
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An ISO project I had no clue how to approach but with a bit of research and a couple of new tools from Bunnings I gave it a crack. The original plan d ...

jessied6
Budding Browser
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Hey Guys, I'm looking to build a desk that is wide enough to fit a 48" tv and a mirror that is 65cm wide. I'm thinking maybe something that 195cm in ...

prettyliving
Super Contributor
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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 ...

Debs2
Frequent Browser
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Not bad for a total novice!   

mia9321
New Contributor
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I'm looking to attach 3mm thick acrylic to 5mm thick hardwood and am not sure which screw type and size to use. To clarify, I want to attach the long ...

stefplavoulis
Newbie
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Hi there, I am needing some help.. I havent been able to find a desk i like anywhere, so I am thinking of making my own - but I cant seem to find the ...

snowlaina
Budding Contributor
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Good morning all. First time posting so i'm a little nervous! I bought a house last year and one of the things that attracted me to it were the enormo ...

netta1990
New Contributor
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^^ this is where the rafters meet.          i want to remove these vertical timber peices but my dad believes this may still be a load bearing support ...

meylex
Newbie
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I need a custom TV unit made with a white malamin finish and a top made of Railway sleeper or similar style.