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robchin
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robchin
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September

Love the way you built the drop saw into the bench and the ducted dust collector. The little stoppers for distance gauging is simple but looks effecti ...

robchin
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September

Hi Lexicon. Can you add a photo or 2? My first impression is that you have some sort of root disease that is stopping the plants getting any strength. ...

robchin
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September

Good luck with your Onion weed problem. This will be a test of patience. The other comments given will all help. I agree that trying to dig them up mi ...

robchin
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June

@alupton The vials were from local School/science supplies shop - about $1 each about 100mm long and 10-15mm wide. This means the piece of wood needs ...

robchin
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June

Morning @Cyrus Some good advice above. BUTHave you considered the use of TURF as opposed to seeds? It'll be a bit dearer but it does have some advanta ...

robchin
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June

Love this @alupton When I started wood turning I made a lot of small bud vases. off-cuts of wood and little glass vials from the School Science suppli ...

robchin
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June

Love this. Well done. I recently made a few sets of Molkky for friends and the oversize wooden Jenga is great fun as well.

robchin
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April

Agree qith previous comnent. Focus on back of foliage as well.

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Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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August

Hi @SamJ, I'd also like to welcome you to the Bunnings Workshop community. I'll second the Yates 40g Natures Way Caterpillar Killer Dipel Inse ...

Madmoggy
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June

Thanks Robchin I’d never heard of Molkky until I saw your reply. Must see if I can knock one up for the kids Madmoggy

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 ...

woodenwookie
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It's taken me a while to post this no thanks to last week being a heavy week at work. I had made this for my brother in law's baby but it never m ...

Community Manager Jason
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February 2019

@Noelle I just heard that you received an Order of Australia Medal last month. Let me extend a huge congratulations on behalf of the Workshop commun ...

AndrewJones
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Poppop
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robchin
Established Contributor
September

Love the way you built the drop saw into the bench and the ducted dust collector. The little stoppers for distance gauging is simple but looks effecti ...

robchin
Established Contributor
1 reply
September

Hi Lexicon. Can you add a photo or 2? My first impression is that you have some sort of root disease that is stopping the plants getting any strength. ...

robchin
Established Contributor
September

Good luck with your Onion weed problem. This will be a test of patience. The other comments given will all help. I agree that trying to dig them up mi ...

robchin
Established Contributor
June

@alupton The vials were from local School/science supplies shop - about $1 each about 100mm long and 10-15mm wide. This means the piece of wood needs ...

robchin
Established Contributor
June

Morning @Cyrus Some good advice above. BUTHave you considered the use of TURF as opposed to seeds? It'll be a bit dearer but it does have some advanta ...

robchin
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2 replies
June

Love this @alupton When I started wood turning I made a lot of small bud vases. off-cuts of wood and little glass vials from the School Science suppli ...

robchin
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1 reply
June

Love this. Well done. I recently made a few sets of Molkky for friends and the oversize wooden Jenga is great fun as well.

robchin
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April

Agree qith previous comnent. Focus on back of foliage as well.

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