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What is the finished product? Is the acetate put into a frame or something? im kinda confused. You put oil on the acetate, put it through the printer, ...

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April

@TedBear do you have any photos of your labels. Sounds very interesting 

bluemoonskye
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April

Great planning! What did you cut it with? I have a saw table but it doesn’t have a fine tooth blade on it. And I’m worried I might wreck the timber!

bluemoonskye
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April

Awesome idea!

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April

Thx @Noelle , I kinda thought it has had its day. But I also thought maybe the possums running up the trunk with those sharp claws might have helped o ...

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April

@ElleM I’m a little puzzled. Did you swap out two drawers? In one photo both locks are at the bottom. In the next, ones at the bottom & one at the ...

bluemoonskye
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April

@ogosh Loved the progress commentary & photos. Was inspirational. I purchased that acacia timber length (marked as a shelf), with the hope of cu ...

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April

So the tree was planted before 1960, in Westbury, Tasmania. The soil type is free draining, no organic matter or fertiliser. Tests around about pH 6 ( ...

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TedBear
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February 2020

I am wondering if the problem is that inkjets use water-soluble ink, so the ink may be washing away in some sections. Although what LePallet is doing ...

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Community Manager Jason
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February 2020

Great work @ElleM, I can see why you would enjoy working in your new office. It looks fantastic. Many thanks for sharing your first project with th ...

ProjectPete
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February 2020

Creative! Love what you've done with it @ElleM

MitchellM
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February 2020

@ElleM That looks amazing! I love those acacia benchtops so versatile and I can't believe how great those filing cabinets came up! Ingenuity at its fi ...

ogosh
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April

Hi @bluemoonskye, Thanks for your kind comments, The acacia panel is designed as a wet area/kitchen benchtop, so is finished on all 6 sides and ready ...

mdstorrs
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March

Hi @bluemoonskye and @Jason The team of boffins at my work thought hard and long over this. It was hard getting enough material no matter what I use ...

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bluemoonskye
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April

Great planning! What did you cut it with? I have a saw table but it doesn’t have a fine tooth blade on it. And I’m worried I might wreck the timber!

bluemoonskye
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April

@ogosh Loved the progress commentary & photos. Was inspirational. I purchased that acacia timber length (marked as a shelf), with the hope of cu ...

bluemoonskye
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April

So the tree was planted before 1960, in Westbury, Tasmania. The soil type is free draining, no organic matter or fertiliser. Tests around about pH 6 ( ...

bluemoonskye
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March

The only problem I found with this is how much soil it needs. I had one full, the other 3/4 full. It took forever, but it wasn’t all potting mix, it w ...

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