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EdwardW
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EdwardW
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March

Hi @MitchellMc ,The cedar one was glued and held with finishing nails - used a 23g nail gun to put those in place. Rest was a vinyl iron on edge, whic ...

EdwardW
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March

Very nice!!! Great work!

EdwardW
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Hi guys, Built this for a friend - just few cabinets for laundry room, with added shelves for the whole length of the wall. Biggest challenge was the ...

EdwardW
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February

@panky my pleasure!!! Thanks!

EdwardW
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February

@MitchellMc thanks! And if you thought THIS needs patience, wait for the next one

EdwardW
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February

@JaneK Yes, to be honest, fitting 6mm barrel hinges was a lot of very careful work. I'd say the toughest part is to drill to the right depth. So besid ...

EdwardW
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February

Very neat!

EdwardW
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February

@r23on This is wonderful! I love the wood and the way you built it!

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Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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March

That looks like an extremely functional laundry @EdwardW. How did you add the edging, was it glued and nailed in place? That cut list tool appears ...

Moderator JaneK
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March

Very impressive work @EdwardW. That tall cabinet really is making the most of the space by the door jamb. Thanks for sharing the cut list optimizer to ...

panky
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February

What a fantastic idea. 10/10. I think I will do that as well. THANK YOU

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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February

Fantastic project @EdwardW. The quality of finish easily rivals pre-made units. However, you'll seldom find one that takes into consideration small co ...

r23on
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February

Thanks I enjoyed the project. Dove tail or finger joins just finish a job

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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February

Lovely work @EdwardW. Patience is not one of my virtues, and I would struggle with that lid. Many thanks for sharing. Mitchell

Moderator JaneK
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February

This is beautiful @EdwardW! There's a lot of skill on display here. Were the hinges tricky to get right? What advice would you have someone using barr ...

r23on
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My how time flys when yah having fun. I have been trying some new joint methods "Isoloc" So i though I would start with another jewellery box because ...

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EdwardW
Junior Contributor
March

Hi @MitchellMc ,The cedar one was glued and held with finishing nails - used a 23g nail gun to put those in place. Rest was a vinyl iron on edge, whic ...

EdwardW
Junior Contributor
March

Very nice!!! Great work!

EdwardW
Junior Contributor
3 replies

Hi guys, Built this for a friend - just few cabinets for laundry room, with added shelves for the whole length of the wall. Biggest challenge was the ...

EdwardW
Junior Contributor
February

@panky my pleasure!!! Thanks!

EdwardW
Junior Contributor
February

@MitchellMc thanks! And if you thought THIS needs patience, wait for the next one

EdwardW
Junior Contributor
February

@JaneK Yes, to be honest, fitting 6mm barrel hinges was a lot of very careful work. I'd say the toughest part is to drill to the right depth. So besid ...

EdwardW
Junior Contributor
February

Very neat!

EdwardW
Junior Contributor
1 reply
February

@r23on This is wonderful! I love the wood and the way you built it!

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