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alupton
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June 2020

What innovative techniques @AndrewJones Great results! I particularly liked how you used the pen kit. What is the wood you used? Coupled with the alum ...

alupton
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June 2020

Love the simplicity of these toys @robchin and can imagine making something similar this year. The ones using small branches remind me of a 'bridge' m ...

alupton
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June 2020

Thanks so much, @robchin What a wonderful selection of bud vases. I particularly like the third from the left. Very elegant. Your idea of using vials ...

alupton
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June 2020

These are great @Poppop. I love that they are stackable both inside and on top of each other. I also imagine they would be quite sturdy for young ones ...

alupton
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May 2020

Thanks so much @Noyade I often see something on YouTube and think that it looks like an easy and cheaper way to make woodworking accessories. More ti ...

alupton
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May 2020

Thanks @MitchellMc I will now use my drill press for the sanding drums. This will free up my router that has the added con of being more difficult to ...

alupton
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April 2020

Hi @bex1981 A few years ago I built a water feature using a 'micro corrugated' metal sheet. I don't have any photos, unfortunately, but it was great t ...

alupton
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Hi Everyone. Here's my very first lathe project. I wanted to make a special bud vase for my wife. I used my Ryobi 350W 970mm wood lathe and the two ch ...

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Galoptic
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December

If door to belt not closed correct it will not run check if door is closed tight

Poppop
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2 replies
June 2020

Yes. They went to a Day care centre and are used daily

LePallet
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February 2018

Hear are my DIY pallet picture frames and I will show you step by step how to do this at Home on the kitchen bench. Purchase some Mod Podge photo tran ...

dean
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I have only been playing around with wood for 2 months now, and at the start of September i decided to build a table after i completed a coffee table ...

woodalwaysworks
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I've done several renos this week with the role up to Christmas for peoples spare rooms and all of them have been dumping grounds and looked unused s ...

Jackson
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2 replies
January 2016

I'm with @Kermit. That looks like one of my childhood dreams came to life. I can't see any pinball machines though, which is a bit disappointing. Alth ...

Isobel
Trusted Contributor
4 replies
May 2016

If you can get your hands on some pallets you can use them for some great storage options. Here's some ideas:

MartyH
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May 2016

Good project @Carlos. Have a look at this discussion - should give you some ideas to get started - https://www.workshop.com.au/t5/Gardening/Organising ...

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alupton
Junior Contributor
June 2020

What innovative techniques @AndrewJones Great results! I particularly liked how you used the pen kit. What is the wood you used? Coupled with the alum ...

alupton
Junior Contributor
June 2020

Love the simplicity of these toys @robchin and can imagine making something similar this year. The ones using small branches remind me of a 'bridge' m ...

alupton
Junior Contributor
1 reply
June 2020

Thanks so much, @robchin What a wonderful selection of bud vases. I particularly like the third from the left. Very elegant. Your idea of using vials ...

alupton
Junior Contributor
3 replies
June 2020

These are great @Poppop. I love that they are stackable both inside and on top of each other. I also imagine they would be quite sturdy for young ones ...

alupton
Junior Contributor
3 replies
May 2020

Thanks @MitchellMc I will now use my drill press for the sanding drums. This will free up my router that has the added con of being more difficult to ...

alupton
Junior Contributor
April 2020

Hi @bex1981 A few years ago I built a water feature using a 'micro corrugated' metal sheet. I don't have any photos, unfortunately, but it was great t ...

alupton
Junior Contributor
4 replies

Hi Everyone. Here's my very first lathe project. I wanted to make a special bud vase for my wife. I used my Ryobi 350W 970mm wood lathe and the two ch ...

alupton
Junior Contributor
April 2020

Cheers @Brad Thanks so much for your advice and link. I'm now thinking that by the time I set up a new corded jigsaw with a switch box, I'd have most ...

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