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kel
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2 weeks ago

Her are couple pics  

kel
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2 weeks ago

Hi @terrywang last week I sealed a mates panel lift garage door. I used the 75 mm door seal brush from Bunnings , which I attached on the inside to t ...

kel
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4 replies

Recently I helped a mate install insulation in the roof cavity of his garage. Knowing that we would need a light source and not wanting to run an ext ...

kel
Experienced Contributor
October

Glad you got a result in the end, sometimes it just doesn’t matter how you get there, hence diy.cheers kel

kel
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Hi all, got tired of tangled , messy cords in my workshop,so I finally got time to fix the problem. Using scrap material that has been accumulating an ...

kel
Experienced Contributor
1 reply
October

hi@loanzandsam,i know this is an old post,but i have suffered the same problems and broken many a drill bit.i suggest anyone drill thru steel,to buy a ...

kel
Experienced Contributor
October

hi @ihavenews0cks if the suggestions from the guys doesn't remove the problem,then i would grab an angle grinder and use a grinding disc.may sound ext ...

kel
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1 reply
October

the firepit was made using 3mm plate steel.i had 3 pieces cut 800mmx600mm and the side pieces were cut 500mmx600mm.then it was just a case of welding ...

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Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
Bunnings Team Member
October

Those look fantastic, @kel. I like how you've designed them, so you plug the cord into mains power and then walk the unit to the workspace. The power ...

Moderator Walter
Moderator
2 replies

We all show and talk about our successes, and we should be proud, but something got me going, and I'll share some small (temporary) disasters. 1: My ...

DIYgals
Established Contributor
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I found some cool old prints that I wanted to frame and found this cool design and thought I'd give making them a go myself. It was super easy and ine ...

Noyade
Valued Contributor
December

They look great!As does your spirit collection.

urbanartisan
Junior Contributor
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johnb
New Contributor
September 2017

Hi Every oneI am no true wood worker. I took up the scrollsaw a few years ago and do a fair bit of Intarsia work and fret wook i find at my age it is ...

kaylah_rose
Experienced Contributor
19 replies

Hi everyone! I have been away for a long time, but have something I think is exciting to share with you all Last weekend I finally got all my bit ...

John44
Budding Contributor
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kel
Experienced Contributor
2 replies
2 weeks ago

Her are couple pics  

kel
Experienced Contributor
2 weeks ago

Hi @terrywang last week I sealed a mates panel lift garage door. I used the 75 mm door seal brush from Bunnings , which I attached on the inside to t ...

kel
Experienced Contributor
4 replies

Recently I helped a mate install insulation in the roof cavity of his garage. Knowing that we would need a light source and not wanting to run an ext ...

kel
Experienced Contributor
October

Glad you got a result in the end, sometimes it just doesn’t matter how you get there, hence diy.cheers kel

kel
Experienced Contributor
1 reply

Hi all, got tired of tangled , messy cords in my workshop,so I finally got time to fix the problem. Using scrap material that has been accumulating an ...

kel
Experienced Contributor
1 reply
October

hi@loanzandsam,i know this is an old post,but i have suffered the same problems and broken many a drill bit.i suggest anyone drill thru steel,to buy a ...

kel
Experienced Contributor
October

hi @ihavenews0cks if the suggestions from the guys doesn't remove the problem,then i would grab an angle grinder and use a grinding disc.may sound ext ...

kel
Experienced Contributor
1 reply
October

the firepit was made using 3mm plate steel.i had 3 pieces cut 800mmx600mm and the side pieces were cut 500mmx600mm.then it was just a case of welding ...

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