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r23on
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yesterday

yes how you apply pressure at the start and how you take the planer off we have a tendency to rock the planer so for me I will allow longer material a ...

r23on
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Sunday

Sorry for the delay in replyWhen it comes to AEG, Makita and a few others "I will not go past them" as I have found them to be among the most reliable ...

r23on
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Sunday

Snip in most cases is caused by the way the planer is presented to the work and the exit of the work pice and for someone not practiced in the art of ...

r23on
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a week ago

I was going to build this work bench but I have been focused on woodturning to get it underway. I have completed the conversion from imperial to metri ...

r23on
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2 weeks ago

In the end it will boil down to what you will pay. Having said that the list of tools supplied I would not go past for quality But I only buy top end ...

r23on
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2 weeks ago

In order to see if this has a Shellac finish or a varnish grab some metho on a cloth and give a firm rub. If its shellac it will become sticky if its ...

r23on
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3 weeks ago

As always I suggest a sketch / drawing of your idea and what it may look like. This will change as you get underway. Once you know your idea you can w ...

r23on
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3 weeks ago

It looks like the water is bypassing the packing ring around the stem. Most gate valves have a packing ring around the stem to stop the fluid leaking ...

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Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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Saturday

Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community @aarth. It's fantastic to have you join us and many thanks for your question. What I believe is happeni ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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2 weeks ago

Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community @KIM89. It's fantastic to have you join us and many thanks for your question. Have you found the plans ...

Dark
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3 weeks ago

Hey @Zach20 Welcome to the club! When i first started building my girls bed i googled some designs to get an idea of complexities of designs and just ...

Poppop
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a month ago

Nice job on the table @cristina . As usual @MitchellMc has all the bases and good ideas covered. Only suggestion I can add if you're a newbie is if ...

DoSimpleBetter
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a month ago

Thanks Mitchell - incredibly helpful as always! The Merbau 115x115mm post you've recommended not only meets my design to the millimetre, it also come ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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October

Hi @ebonyb, I just wanted to update you as I have now been able to discuss your question with several of our paint suppliers. Painting birdcages co ...

Brad
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September

thesprucecrafts free adirondack chair plans 2 and 16 for me with 8 as a third choice.While most of the world has gone metric 90% of the plans for wood ...

Noelle
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September

Hi @r23on Yes, it is the same principle. Citrus are quite forgiving and you can graft/bud lime on lemon, lemon on lime, orange of lemon etc. In c ...

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r23on
Super Contributor
yesterday

yes how you apply pressure at the start and how you take the planer off we have a tendency to rock the planer so for me I will allow longer material a ...

r23on
Super Contributor
1 reply
Sunday

Sorry for the delay in replyWhen it comes to AEG, Makita and a few others "I will not go past them" as I have found them to be among the most reliable ...

r23on
Super Contributor
3 replies
Sunday

Snip in most cases is caused by the way the planer is presented to the work and the exit of the work pice and for someone not practiced in the art of ...

r23on
Super Contributor
a week ago

I was going to build this work bench but I have been focused on woodturning to get it underway. I have completed the conversion from imperial to metri ...

r23on
Super Contributor
3 replies
2 weeks ago

In the end it will boil down to what you will pay. Having said that the list of tools supplied I would not go past for quality But I only buy top end ...

r23on
Super Contributor
2 weeks ago

In order to see if this has a Shellac finish or a varnish grab some metho on a cloth and give a firm rub. If its shellac it will become sticky if its ...

r23on
Super Contributor
3 weeks ago

As always I suggest a sketch / drawing of your idea and what it may look like. This will change as you get underway. Once you know your idea you can w ...

r23on
Super Contributor
3 weeks ago

It looks like the water is bypassing the packing ring around the stem. Most gate valves have a packing ring around the stem to stop the fluid leaking ...

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