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wooshka
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3 weeks ago

Hi @JulieW , this is an external wall looking at the photo? can you do a bigger photo of the area so we can get an idea of what we are looking at.Exte ...

wooshka
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a month ago

Water leaks through the roof are a hard issue to fix as the area where the water comes in can be metres away from the area inside, can you take a ph ...

wooshka
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14 replies
February

Hi @totocol , thanks for posting on here , can you post some pics of a bit further away, with some arrows pointing to the area of concern please so we ...

wooshka
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February

Ripper table!

wooshka
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January

Hi @Noyade , i did make a small mistake in not allowing for the thickness of the finish of the shelves that required removing with a very sharp blade ...

wooshka
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2 replies
January

Hi @Noyade , i used the drop saw in the photo to cut the trenches, lots of small cuts then a chisel to tidy up.i did measure each one against each she ...

wooshka
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Hi Guys, time to post up some pictures of one of my prjects from the last couple of months.My wife wanted a simple set of shelves in the old shed we ...

wooshka
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January

Hi @Yotaboy98 , the are reconstituted ones from Bunnings about 140 thick plenty strong enough to handle a dyna bolt as long as you are not to close to ...

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hollyjj
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Here is the half day screening project we have just completed at my mothers for Mother’s Day using only Bunnings products. We used:•4 x Matrix Tangle ...

eriktank
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Made an attempt at my own wall mounted tv unit. Reused the glass shelf from the old tv unit, and finished it off with some LED them lighting. I t ...

TempestSkye7
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January

Beautifully made! Thank you for sharing your design and process with us!

Rharr
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4 replies
January

I have finally completed my project. While I am pleased with the result (see pic. - very stylish I think haha) I must say I did have issues with the b ...

WoodenGregsWood
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When I bought my house I inherited the ugliest front yard. I took my time in getting it finished but I have finally got there. I am delighted with t ...

Shane
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Briggsy
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Community Manager Jason
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January 2021

Great work @wooshka. We have featured the unit on our Project Gallery so it can win plenty of admirers. Jason

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wooshka
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1 reply
3 weeks ago

Hi @JulieW , this is an external wall looking at the photo? can you do a bigger photo of the area so we can get an idea of what we are looking at.Exte ...

wooshka
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a month ago

Water leaks through the roof are a hard issue to fix as the area where the water comes in can be metres away from the area inside, can you take a ph ...

wooshka
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14 replies
February

Hi @totocol , thanks for posting on here , can you post some pics of a bit further away, with some arrows pointing to the area of concern please so we ...

wooshka
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February

Ripper table!

wooshka
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January

Hi @Noyade , i did make a small mistake in not allowing for the thickness of the finish of the shelves that required removing with a very sharp blade ...

wooshka
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2 replies
January

Hi @Noyade , i used the drop saw in the photo to cut the trenches, lots of small cuts then a chisel to tidy up.i did measure each one against each she ...

wooshka
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7 replies

Hi Guys, time to post up some pictures of one of my prjects from the last couple of months.My wife wanted a simple set of shelves in the old shed we ...

wooshka
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January

Hi @Yotaboy98 , the are reconstituted ones from Bunnings about 140 thick plenty strong enough to handle a dyna bolt as long as you are not to close to ...

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