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JustJim
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November 2019

I agree with all of what has been said. I'm sure this wasn't welded in place so it shouldn't need to be cut up to be removed. Having said that, it may ...

JustJim
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September 2019

Waaaayy out of my area of expertise, I'm afraid.I'll be interested to see any other replies though, as well as the result of the restoration.Good luck ...

JustJim
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July 2019

Ahh, drop saws. Messy beggars, aren't they? And the dust bags some of them come with are like Rainier Wolfecastle's goggles! Even if you remove the ba ...

JustJim
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Over Easter, a certain other woodworking tool supplier *coff Timbecon coff* had a sale and took their Torquata imperial dado stack kit down from $199 ...

JustJim
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May 2019

Lordy lord, why!?! Why would you want to remove the contrast, the different colouration and shading of the original, real wood and replace it with som ...

JustJim
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April 2019

Hooray! A new tool holder.This one is for three handsaws, or possibly hawks. No, I'm sure they're handsaws. I know the difference.I wanted some dowel ...

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EdwardW
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A mini bar I have built for a friend... The electric heater niche was empty, and it seemed like a great idea. The body is 19mm structural plywood, sa ...

prettyliving
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      This past week I’ve been working on a ‘ute’ bookshelf for my son. I used pine boards from Bunnings which I stained with black paint and water ...

prettyliving
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Chaks_DIY
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A few weeks back I went to the market to pick up some fresh produce. Somehow, I came back home with a 2m tall Lemon tree ...and the produce. Instead ...

TedBear
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November

Gotta love this solution!

Moose
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November 2019

I forgot to say - yes, the ugg boots are a big hit in our house. We have three pairs between us all and sometimes I accidentally end up with the wrong ...

Bundaboy
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October 2019

I generally make my jigs out of MDF, mainly because it, of all the sheet goods available, with the possible exception of melamine (my second most used ...

jgsa1967
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17 replies
September 2019

Thank you for the wonderful advice I have applied my 2 coats of stain and I must say that I'm not really all that fond of the colour. I intended to ...

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JustJim
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9 replies
November 2019

I agree with all of what has been said. I'm sure this wasn't welded in place so it shouldn't need to be cut up to be removed. Having said that, it may ...

JustJim
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September 2019

Waaaayy out of my area of expertise, I'm afraid.I'll be interested to see any other replies though, as well as the result of the restoration.Good luck ...

JustJim
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2 replies
July 2019

Ahh, drop saws. Messy beggars, aren't they? And the dust bags some of them come with are like Rainier Wolfecastle's goggles! Even if you remove the ba ...

JustJim
Established Contributor

Over Easter, a certain other woodworking tool supplier *coff Timbecon coff* had a sale and took their Torquata imperial dado stack kit down from $199 ...

JustJim
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2 replies
May 2019

Lordy lord, why!?! Why would you want to remove the contrast, the different colouration and shading of the original, real wood and replace it with som ...

JustJim
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April 2019

Hooray! A new tool holder.This one is for three handsaws, or possibly hawks. No, I'm sure they're handsaws. I know the difference.I wanted some dowel ...

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