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Rhys
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Rhys
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February 2018

Hello Barbara (@Baretta11), Here are some pictures of what I did in my school holidays Regards, Rhys

Rhys
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January 2018

i just realised it would have been too big, as the smallest it can do is 40mm

Rhys
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January 2018

I call a sausage in bread a sausage sizzle

Rhys
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January 2018

Hello,I am a sixteen year old boy who loves welding, using machines like tracked skid steer loaders and dump trucks.My main hobby is Radio Control car ...

Rhys
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January 2018

another option would be concrete sleepers which you can get in many different styles and colours

Rhys
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January 2018

Awesome idea

Rhys
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January 2018

if the hole you have to cut is between 40mm and 300mm, then your best bet is an Xtorque XTO300 https://sydneytools.com.au/xtorque-xto300-40-300mm-adju ...

Rhys
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January 2018

another good look is concrete sleepers, in wood grain, or stacked stone look

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February 2016

This is Ziggy, she's a 1 year old Border Collie. She has a tendancy of singing along to the sound of a sander, and tries to bite the batteries of powe ...

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February 2016

Here are Miso & Indy, chillin' in the lounge.

Brad
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April 2017

Add in floor kit and Ekodeck flooring, pita as it's spot is over the old rainwater tank drain and it slopes as well. Also looking to go solar for rec ...

Brad
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May 2017

Will be me, myself and I. I think with some new corner clamps I can avoid asking next door to hold panels for me. Electrical side is plug and play, so ...

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Rhys
Junior Contributor
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February 2018

Hello Barbara (@Baretta11), Here are some pictures of what I did in my school holidays Regards, Rhys

Rhys
Junior Contributor
5 replies
January 2018

Hello,I am a sixteen year old boy who loves welding, using machines like tracked skid steer loaders and dump trucks.My main hobby is Radio Control car ...

Rhys
Junior Contributor
6 replies
January 2018

the best thing i have ever made would have to be last years, year 10 Design and Technology project, a 1200mm x 600mm welding table with 10mm steel pla ...

Rhys
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January 2018

One idea is to use an old hot water heater, it is quite a bit of work, but is very effective

Rhys
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January 2018

The project I want to start next is to build a bird aviary for finches and quails

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