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Starkers_17
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August 2019

@BillieJo Thanks. Tools used weremetal detector(always good when working with recycled timber)thicknesserdust extractorDewalt cold cut chopmig weldera ...

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August 2019

I’ve got a mig, I tried to use an arc welder the other day and was hopeless. I use it with Mig gas bottle, you can use gasless welding wire but I have ...

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This was what started my love of a combination of timber and steel. I built this bar and the stools for a mate. Pretty stoked with how they came u ...

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August 2019

Thanks @Old-gal24 , i wasn't because really wanted it to be a simple sideboard with an bit of a practical element with the single row shoe rack, rathe ...

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Starkers_17
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August 2019

Thanks @ProjectPete, metal working is a great skill to learn, opens up a world of opportunity. It can be a frustrating while you get the hang of it bu ...

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ProjectPete
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I pride myself on the quality of my work, always. My business slogan is "We treat your home like it's our own." It infuriates me when I come across ...

Arcc
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Needing to organise and store my powertools I undertook this little project. Built almost entirely from wood repurposed from crates and pallets it w ...

ProjectPete
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LePallet
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Tara86
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UPDATED: Recently found some progress photos from when we built our decking.

AndrewJones
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timjeffries
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AnitaH25
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I saw these wine barrel tables on Pinterest and it was love at first sight. I just did not want the rustic look. I wanted mine to be a more finished ...

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Starkers_17
Budding Contributor
August 2019

@BillieJo Thanks. Tools used weremetal detector(always good when working with recycled timber)thicknesserdust extractorDewalt cold cut chopmig weldera ...

Starkers_17
Budding Contributor
1 reply
August 2019

I’ve got a mig, I tried to use an arc welder the other day and was hopeless. I use it with Mig gas bottle, you can use gasless welding wire but I have ...

Starkers_17
Budding Contributor
2 replies

This was what started my love of a combination of timber and steel. I built this bar and the stools for a mate. Pretty stoked with how they came u ...

Starkers_17
Budding Contributor
3 replies
August 2019

Thanks @Old-gal24 , i wasn't because really wanted it to be a simple sideboard with an bit of a practical element with the single row shoe rack, rathe ...

Starkers_17
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3 replies

Starkers_17
Budding Contributor
August 2019

Thanks @ProjectPete, metal working is a great skill to learn, opens up a world of opportunity. It can be a frustrating while you get the hang of it bu ...

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