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Neo19
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Neo19
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Hello friendly workshopers, I have been looking for ideas to build a compact and neat workbench in the garage that is already crammed with things. Goo ...

Neo19
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2 weeks ago

Finally after the long wait it looks like two of the branches have got leaves.   @MitchellMc Do you reckon I can chop below the air layered section no ...

Neo19
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3 weeks ago

Quite impressive @Chaks_DIY . Eager to see how it looks after you finish planting!

Neo19
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3 weeks ago

Thanks for sharing the pics. Looks like you have done a fantastic job @Usman.Good luck with your next project!

Neo19
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7 replies
October

Hey @Usman No need for any adhesives, you adjust the height of the joists with these packers and then bolt them to brackets and the packers pretty mu ...

Neo19
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October

Hi @Usman, My clearance from the concrete to the flushed surface was around 180 mm. And I've used 140x45 which gave me around 160 mm. Since the concr ...

Neo19
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August

Hi @Nathan88 Thank you for your kind words!I have kept joists at a maximum of 450 mm intervals. I said maximum as due to the length of the deck it wa ...

Neo19
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August

Hi @MitchellMc My external bricks are not solid, they have 3 holes. Wondering if dynabolt would break this apart? Would something like this work as a ...

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r23on
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Sunday

I was going to build this work bench but I have been focused on woodturning to get it underway. I have completed the conversion from imperial to metri ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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a week ago

Hi @Neo19, The reverse engineer of that project is that it is a proprietary hinge system sold for that purpose. It's basically a huge locking stay and ...

prettyliving
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 A few months back my husband & I built some shelves and a workshop space in our garage. We don’t have a shed but we extended our garage when we buil ...

Chaks_DIY
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Started another planter box today. I've added some seating to it and have gone for a zen type of design. This is Part B.. nearly complete. Few more de ...

Usman
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3 weeks ago

Guys finally the decking project is completed. Thanks @MitchellMc and @Neo19 for your help , very much appreciated. Sharing some pics. @MitchellMc nex ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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5 replies
a month ago

Hi @Usman, I apologise for the delay in my reply. A gap under your joists is essential for allowing water to drain and as you have previously mentio ...

Usman
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October

Excellent. You guys are awesome and what a forum. @Neo19 Got it. Sure I will buy your recommended 4J drill for this many holes. Might need to change ...

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Neo19
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Hello friendly workshopers, I have been looking for ideas to build a compact and neat workbench in the garage that is already crammed with things. Goo ...

Neo19
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1 reply
2 weeks ago

Finally after the long wait it looks like two of the branches have got leaves.   @MitchellMc Do you reckon I can chop below the air layered section no ...

Neo19
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3 weeks ago

Quite impressive @Chaks_DIY . Eager to see how it looks after you finish planting!

Neo19
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3 weeks ago

Thanks for sharing the pics. Looks like you have done a fantastic job @Usman.Good luck with your next project!

Neo19
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7 replies
October

Hey @Usman No need for any adhesives, you adjust the height of the joists with these packers and then bolt them to brackets and the packers pretty mu ...

Neo19
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9 replies
October

Hi @Usman, My clearance from the concrete to the flushed surface was around 180 mm. And I've used 140x45 which gave me around 160 mm. Since the concr ...

Neo19
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7 replies
August

Hi @Nathan88 Thank you for your kind words!I have kept joists at a maximum of 450 mm intervals. I said maximum as due to the length of the deck it wa ...

Neo19
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1 reply
August

Thank you @MitchellMc and @Brad . Would bolting through the entire post and bolting through the internal wall alone would differ in terms of the stre ...

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