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Poppop
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Poppop
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Friday

It's hard to compile a tool "want list" unless A, you know what sort of projects you'll be working on or B, you have the money to buy one of everythin ...

Poppop
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a week ago

I suppose it depends on what sort of end result you're wanting. It's an interesting looking desk that could benefit from a complete restoration. Or fo ...

Poppop
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3 weeks 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 ...

Poppop
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a month ago

Hi Mitchell, One of the shelves is being used in a Christmas window display at a local furniture sales business. My daughter is putting the other on ...

Poppop
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a month ago

If the bed head and foot are solid timber you could purchase some 20cm furniture legs and secure them to the bottom edge with threaded inserts for woo ...

Poppop
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 Fairly easy to make this one. All you need is a router or jigsaw to cut the circles, a saw to cut the different lengths for the centre pole, a drill, ...

Poppop
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a month ago

There are some 99% VOC free paints available if you do a Google search. Or maybe consider a natural look and go for a coat of Linseed oil.

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r23on
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3 weeks ago

Both these stand have been made on CNC machines, however these units are easy enough to make. I would use the top photo as the bases for your stand. G ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
Bunnings Team Member
September

Hi @Poppop, What a fantastic project! I'm sure your grandkids will be very excited to climb on them. After seeing a couple of similar designs with ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
Bunnings Team Member
September

Hi @tisme, I apologise for the delay in my reply. If you are happy with the look of the chipboard and simply want to bind and seal the particl ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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2 replies
August

Hi @Poppop, Many thanks for sharing your project with the community. That looks extremely well made, is it all made from timber as it's hard to te ...

robchin
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October 2018

I like these. So simple and useful. Well done PopPop.

jaronemo
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2 replies
February

Here’s some shots of the mid-way. Things I learned:- when you buy timber you can get a complimentary trailer for 2hrs- don’t then load that trailer wi ...

jaronemo
Budding Contributor
February

So we built the shelf in a day (a very long one due to too many tools getting lost in a messy worksite and a change of plans at the start). Used 70x35 ...

jaronemo
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February

Thanks heaps @Poppop. I'll post my photo results this weekend.

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Poppop
Senior Contributor
Friday

It's hard to compile a tool "want list" unless A, you know what sort of projects you'll be working on or B, you have the money to buy one of everythin ...

Poppop
Senior Contributor
a week ago

I suppose it depends on what sort of end result you're wanting. It's an interesting looking desk that could benefit from a complete restoration. Or fo ...

Poppop
Senior Contributor
3 weeks 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 ...

Poppop
Senior Contributor
a month ago

Hi Mitchell, One of the shelves is being used in a Christmas window display at a local furniture sales business. My daughter is putting the other on ...

Poppop
Senior Contributor
a month ago

If the bed head and foot are solid timber you could purchase some 20cm furniture legs and secure them to the bottom edge with threaded inserts for woo ...

Poppop
Senior Contributor
2 replies

 Fairly easy to make this one. All you need is a router or jigsaw to cut the circles, a saw to cut the different lengths for the centre pole, a drill, ...

Poppop
Senior Contributor
a month ago

There are some 99% VOC free paints available if you do a Google search. Or maybe consider a natural look and go for a coat of Linseed oil.

Poppop
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