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r23on
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r23on
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The best job is the one that is done once and that comes from taking your time to plan and preparation. If a job needs rework then it has been done to ...

r23on
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a month ago

the main key is to use the whole rang of grits. to start dry sanding is fine but when you get down to the finer grits water is best used and then wate ...

r23on
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a month ago

This is the finish you should get with 15000 grit

r23on
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a month ago

Once you use the hight grit that will change however you will have a darker colourI am having trouble uploading a photo as soon as I can sort it out I ...

r23on
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a month ago

@BillN to get the best results you will need to use 240 grit 320 grit, grit 400, grit 600, grit 800, 1200 through to 15000 grit followed by a liquid p ...

r23on
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a month ago

@Friends unfortunately for you most measurements for the sleds come out of the US and you need to do conversations in one of two ways 1. use a conver ...

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a month ago

Due to the lack of information there is a difference between jigs and fixtures. @Friends are you looking for a jig to hold parts in place while creati ...

r23on
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a month ago

Pleased for you hope you learnt a great deal

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woodenwookie
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a month ago

I'm not much help I'm afraid. I was given my dad's Triton WorkCentre 2000 so most of what people need for jigs I can do from the table itself. 

stelz
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February

Hi Jason, I think it may be good to give a demonstrate of basic tool usage, the correct of using a tools. It's all good and well when we have certai ...

Tara86
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February

@Jason absolutely LOVE this idea!! I remember we discussed similar things to this awhile ago. Having live events allows members to interact in real ti ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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February

I'd like to see some high-end premium range products in action, showcasing their features and benefits, specifically the finish achieved using them. I ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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February

You might like to take advantage of our door lock installation service then @vica. In-Home Services can be arranged in-store or processed via phone. T ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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February

That timber appears to be a close match and should be suitable @vica. You'll need to sand it down slightly to be flush with the rest of the timber. ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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November

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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November

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 ...

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r23on
Super Contributor
a week ago

The best job is the one that is done once and that comes from taking your time to plan and preparation. If a job needs rework then it has been done to ...

r23on
Super Contributor
a month ago

the main key is to use the whole rang of grits. to start dry sanding is fine but when you get down to the finer grits water is best used and then wate ...

r23on
Super Contributor
a month ago

This is the finish you should get with 15000 grit

r23on
Super Contributor
a month ago

@Friends unfortunately for you most measurements for the sleds come out of the US and you need to do conversations in one of two ways 1. use a conver ...

r23on
Super Contributor
4 replies
a month ago

Due to the lack of information there is a difference between jigs and fixtures. @Friends are you looking for a jig to hold parts in place while creati ...

r23on
Super Contributor
a month ago

Pleased for you hope you learnt a great deal

r23on
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a month ago

A point of interest if you are going to use dowels make sure that all holes align correctly with the mating part other wise you will have a lot of rew ...

r23on
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a month ago

Hi Noelabeing your grandmothers table I will assume old methods of jointing of which they used one of 3 methods.tongue and grove,biscuit jointingor l ...

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