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Razzer
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Razzer
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10 replies
January

I did look at that unit. The no dust extraction did put me off of it. But you can use PVC if you have the spare time to add to it. Where the disc is, ...

Razzer
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December

Gday @Noyade I only use this saw for docking. So no mitre cuts, I use the table saw to do mitre cuts. I may change the design a little with the new dr ...

Razzer
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December

Gday @MikeTNZ Yep I built everything, the draw sides took forever to cut each one. Wish I had the tablesaw back then.

Razzer
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October

Gday @unsoundguy The track was super easy to cut, I used the dropsaw with the normal blade to cut it. Once I cut it to size, I moved it about 1mm fro ...

Razzer
Junior Contributor
September

Gday @kevinnp Plasterboard is the cheapest option, but I went a different way on lining my garage, as I want to put screws where ever I want. I wen ...

Razzer
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2 replies
September

Im on the Mornington Peninsula. Stuck in my house aswell. Its 3m long and 1.9 high. It only took me 2 weeks to build it after work. Im building anothe ...

Razzer
Junior Contributor
2 replies
September 2020

Hi Lexicon, It isnt very easy to just get 1 tool to do the 3 different jobs but within saying that, a jigsaw can do all 3 jobs, just with different bl ...

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Tara86
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We recently had our council hard rubbish clean up so figured it was a good time to organise the storage under our stairs. Our biggest problem was a ...

Kidbuilder
Junior Contributor
9 replies
January

Thank you razzer.the unit it’s self is very good so I would recommend it because it was easy to set up it is stable and easy to use

HyacinthBucket
Budding Contributor
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Hi This is a project from my previous home. In the first picture you can see a gas fire and alcoves. I took the gas fire out, decorated it and p ...

MikeTNZ
Established Contributor
3 replies
December

@Razzer,So you made all the drawers and stuff for this project?Even if you didn't, that is a really solid effort.I like how it turned out. Cheers,Mike ...

Auzbuilt
Newbie
December

I have been looking around for ideas for my sliding dropsaw set up, thanks for sharing this, I probably won't go as far as this but the concept is som ...

HandyAndy
Junior Contributor
August 2020

mate, this is epic. very sexy 

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Razzer
Junior Contributor
10 replies
January

I did look at that unit. The no dust extraction did put me off of it. But you can use PVC if you have the spare time to add to it. Where the disc is, ...

Razzer
Junior Contributor
December

Gday @Noyade I only use this saw for docking. So no mitre cuts, I use the table saw to do mitre cuts. I may change the design a little with the new dr ...

Razzer
Junior Contributor
December

Gday @MikeTNZ Yep I built everything, the draw sides took forever to cut each one. Wish I had the tablesaw back then.

Razzer
Junior Contributor
September

Gday @kevinnp Plasterboard is the cheapest option, but I went a different way on lining my garage, as I want to put screws where ever I want. I wen ...

Razzer
Junior Contributor
2 replies
September

Im on the Mornington Peninsula. Stuck in my house aswell. Its 3m long and 1.9 high. It only took me 2 weeks to build it after work. Im building anothe ...

Razzer
Junior Contributor
2 replies
September 2020

Hi Lexicon, It isnt very easy to just get 1 tool to do the 3 different jobs but within saying that, a jigsaw can do all 3 jobs, just with different bl ...

Razzer
Junior Contributor
3 replies
August 2020

Hi Chris, Your having the same issue I was having. I have had a few 'cheap' table saws and have now decided it was time to spend abit more then I want ...

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