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TomG
Growing in Experience
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TomG
Growing in Experience
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2 weeks ago

Thanks @EricL,The images you provided are very helpful.Just to clarify, I use the angle brackets for attaching the panel to the wall/floor but use the ...

TomG
Growing in Experience
3 replies

We’ve just completed a lovely kitchen refresh with new splash back and bench tops and to top it off would like to properly enclose the fridge. At the ...

TomG
Growing in Experience
1 reply
March 2023

SUCCESS!... well, sort of. After measuring the lengths of each rail I noticed the bottom rail was cut on a slight angle (1-2mm). I took this rail off ...

TomG
Growing in Experience
March 2023

Thanks @EricL,I'll double check the rails and see what's going on with their lengths. I have a few offcuts that might be the right length should I nee ...

TomG
Growing in Experience
2 replies
March 2023

Hey @MitchellMc, I tried to compress the frame as per the diagram you included in your reply but it doesn't alter the measurements. Even loosening all ...

TomG
Growing in Experience
March 2023

Thanks for the detailed reply @MitchellMc ! I'll give the body compression technique a go and see if that helps. Will post updates on the gate progres ...

TomG
Growing in Experience
7 replies

Hi all,I've begun building a fairly simple timber gate for the side of our house following along with this Bunnings how-to video:https://www.youtube.c ...

TomG
Growing in Experience
1 reply
September 2021

Hi @LePallet ,This looks amazing. I'm keen to try something similar for the walk in robe door in our bedroom. What size MDF did you use and did it pro ...

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redracer01
Kind of a Big Deal
January 2021

Hello @Cube I suggest using 6mm mdf instead of particle board. Its lighter and you can use 40 x 16 pine strips to frame and anchor to plaster wall so ...

JoeAzza
Kind of a Big Deal
3 replies

One of my nephews has just moved into his new town house, the kitchen has a range hood installed under the overhead with no shelving in the cupboard, ...

Retired Team Member Akanksha
Retired Team Member
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Well done to Bunnings Workshop community members Shane (@DIY4Knuckleheds) and Dineth (@Dinny) for getting their projects featured in the April issue o ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
Bunnings Team Member
September 2021

Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community @TomG. It's brilliant that you've joined us, and many thanks for jumping into the conversation. Hopefully ...

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TomG
Growing in Experience
3 replies

We’ve just completed a lovely kitchen refresh with new splash back and bench tops and to top it off would like to properly enclose the fridge. At the ...

TomG
Growing in Experience
1 reply
March 2023

SUCCESS!... well, sort of. After measuring the lengths of each rail I noticed the bottom rail was cut on a slight angle (1-2mm). I took this rail off ...

TomG
Growing in Experience
March 2023

Thanks @EricL,I'll double check the rails and see what's going on with their lengths. I have a few offcuts that might be the right length should I nee ...

TomG
Growing in Experience
March 2023

Thanks for the detailed reply @MitchellMc ! I'll give the body compression technique a go and see if that helps. Will post updates on the gate progres ...

TomG
Growing in Experience
1 reply
September 2021

Hi @LePallet ,This looks amazing. I'm keen to try something similar for the walk in robe door in our bedroom. What size MDF did you use and did it pro ...

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Cube
Finding My Feet
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I'm looking for ideas to hide this range hood duct. I was thinking of building a three sided particle board cover to match the cupboards but was conce ...

Retired Team Member Akanksha
Retired Team Member
2 replies

Well done to Bunnings Workshop community members Shane (@DIY4Knuckleheds) and Dineth (@Dinny) for getting their projects featured in the April issue o ...

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