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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
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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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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
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September

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
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3 replies
August

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 ...

Razzer
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August

Hi SMJGGT, It all comes down to the look you want. I find using a foam brush or a rag, letting the stain soak in for 5-10mins then wiping the excess o ...

Razzer
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August

Hi riessy, That looks like the protective layer coming off, thats what black hot rolled steel comes with from the manufacture. The light silver is the ...

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Thought I would do something different. My son wanted a fish tank but I didnt want it to protrude to far in to the lounge room, so I decided to put it ...

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HandyAndy
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August

mate, this is epic. very sexy 

unsoundguy
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September

That is absolutely fantastic, what a great idea, and really well done.

fhk56
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For many many years, I have been using plastic containers for small parts etc. After years of use these are now falling apart and spreading their cont ...

Old-gal24
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3 replies
September

This is just amazing @Razzer Ummm where do you live? interested in making another? Since you have done such an amazing job on this one it will tak ...

Clarkos_Majoris
New Contributor
September

Wow that is outstanding!

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 ...

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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

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

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 ...

Razzer
Junior Contributor
1 reply
August

Hi SMJGGT, It all comes down to the look you want. I find using a foam brush or a rag, letting the stain soak in for 5-10mins then wiping the excess o ...

Razzer
Junior Contributor
August

Hi riessy, That looks like the protective layer coming off, thats what black hot rolled steel comes with from the manufacture. The light silver is the ...

Razzer
Junior Contributor
1 reply

Thought I would do something different. My son wanted a fish tank but I didnt want it to protrude to far in to the lounge room, so I decided to put it ...

Razzer
Junior Contributor
August

Hi Shagen. Nice work, that looks pretty good. A belt sander is easier. It all depends on the grit of sand paper you are using. I have an electric hand ...

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