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ksd050
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ksd050
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April

Just wanted to revisit this post to express my extreme disappointment that this (595 x 1200) formply has recently DOUBLED in price from $11 to $21! Wh ...

ksd050
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January

The legs are just simple dado and rabbet jointed pieces. I have a table saw and dado stack which make these kinds of joints very fast and easily repea ...

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This slab came from a Sequoia tree that came down in heavy winds in Ballarat Botanical Gardens. I left it to dry for just over 3 years. It's now desti ...

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January

Plans for its use is basically everything you use a woodworking mallet for, chiselling, knocking in dowels and bowties, As for how the weight was ach ...

ksd050
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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 ...

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I love these little projects. These two cars were always lying around the house with no real home. Now everything is together with a very small footpr ...

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Little project to sort out a tool storage & bits and pieces trays. Before... After... The smaller draws just slide on the shelves, the big draw at the ...

ksd050
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March 2020

Thanks @MitchellM & @Kermit.Yep, knocked out a mini workbench and storage drawers for a slot car set. I've had to make some changes to the tabletop a ...

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Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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June 2020

Hi @ksd050, Many thanks for sharing your project, what a difference that has made. I'm in the process of organising my own tool storage and this is ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
March 2020

Looks like you've got fantastic knowledge, skills and experience to share with the Workshop community @ksd050. We're really thrilled to have you join ...

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ksd050
Budding Contributor
1 reply
January

The legs are just simple dado and rabbet jointed pieces. I have a table saw and dado stack which make these kinds of joints very fast and easily repea ...

ksd050
Budding Contributor
3 replies

This slab came from a Sequoia tree that came down in heavy winds in Ballarat Botanical Gardens. I left it to dry for just over 3 years. It's now desti ...

ksd050
Budding Contributor
January

Plans for its use is basically everything you use a woodworking mallet for, chiselling, knocking in dowels and bowties, As for how the weight was ach ...

ksd050
Budding Contributor
3 replies

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 ...

ksd050
Budding Contributor
1 reply

I love these little projects. These two cars were always lying around the house with no real home. Now everything is together with a very small footpr ...

ksd050
Budding Contributor
3 replies

Little project to sort out a tool storage & bits and pieces trays. Before... After... The smaller draws just slide on the shelves, the big draw at the ...

ksd050
Budding Contributor
1 reply
March 2020

Thanks @MitchellM & @Kermit.Yep, knocked out a mini workbench and storage drawers for a slot car set. I've had to make some changes to the tabletop a ...

ksd050
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So, I don't have $1500 to $3000 to spend on the hybrid saw of my dreams, so I thought I'd take on the challenge of building one. I bought a very sol ...

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