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robchin
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3 weeks ago

Some great advice here. Winter is the season for Rodents, when it's cold and wet they are looking for warmer, dry places and food. Always remember to ...

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3 weeks ago

Hi @MitchellMc, sorry for the delay in responding. I have a larger lathe - 1.0 length bed. It's an older Hafco Woodmaster. It's my second one. This on ...

robchin
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3 weeks ago

Sorry for the delay @Brad. Standard wooden pen finish for me is: 1: Sanding sealer2: 3 x coats of EEE Ultra Shine (Wax) and3: 3 coats of Shellawax (f ...

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Out in the shed this weekend. I have a friend getting married soon. As I do - I made them a couple of pens (from kits - I turned the wood and assemble ...

robchin
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April

Hi @MegR . Some great advice from @EricL below. Please pardon by very average drawing - but I hope you can get the gist of it. Using the Rainbird spri ...

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April

Thanks for the positive feedback. Food safe mineral oil on the bread board but the turned handles on the cheese knives have some wood turners sealers ...

robchin
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April

Hi @Munchie, Sorry I missed this earlier in the week. This is a great project for you to take on. I have two little ponds in my backyard and I love th ...

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On the weekend I made this bread board out of a bit of Aussie hardwood that I 'rescued' from a building site (I asked) and the cheese knives from a ...

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Noyade
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4 weeks ago

Hi Brad.Just wondering how you got on with your bandsaw.Any projects to show us?When I got mine I basically made kids toys - but that time has now wel ...

John57
Junior Contributor
February

Looks spot on Rob… I’ll share this with my wife and we’ll develop a plan!

tom_builds
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2 replies
December

Hey @robchin, great work on the tree! I took on a similar project last weekend for a bit of fun. Mine is 42 x 19mm DAR pine and 16 dowel, held toget ...

AnitaP
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I cut 19mm thick Tasmanian Oak into 30mm strips on the table saw.Turned these strip's on their side so that the board will have a thickness of 30mm.Ar ...

LisasGarden
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November

No worries Rob, I’ve got it covered . I’m a pretty seasoned gardener, with 4 acres of garden.

grounded_design
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Hi all, I wanted to share my DIY Walk in Robe to show anything is achievable. The budget for the first phase of our renovations didn’t allow for cus ...

cmac_1987
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September

Thanks @robchin. Came out great  Two workstations for the price of one.I pushed the outer legs towards the edges and added a centre leg to give two d ...

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robchin
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3 weeks ago

Hi @MitchellMc, sorry for the delay in responding. I have a larger lathe - 1.0 length bed. It's an older Hafco Woodmaster. It's my second one. This on ...

robchin
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7 replies

Out in the shed this weekend. I have a friend getting married soon. As I do - I made them a couple of pens (from kits - I turned the wood and assemble ...

robchin
Super Contributor
April

Hi @MegR . Some great advice from @EricL below. Please pardon by very average drawing - but I hope you can get the gist of it. Using the Rainbird spri ...

robchin
Super Contributor
April

Thanks for the positive feedback. Food safe mineral oil on the bread board but the turned handles on the cheese knives have some wood turners sealers ...

robchin
Super Contributor
April

Hi @Munchie, Sorry I missed this earlier in the week. This is a great project for you to take on. I have two little ponds in my backyard and I love th ...

robchin
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3 replies

On the weekend I made this bread board out of a bit of Aussie hardwood that I 'rescued' from a building site (I asked) and the cheese knives from a ...

robchin
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March

HI @EricaTheGreat . @EricL has made some very good suggestions there. Makes good sense. I have another thing for you to consider. I wonder if this is ...

robchin
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March

Great piece @MitchellMc . My Chinese heritage means that I love bougainvillea. Interestingly - many Asians who are into Feng Shui will not plant bouga ...

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