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Dan_M
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April

Hi @Matt_C, I got it from a mob in WA called WA fasteners - I got 2 x 900mm lengths which I recall were about $50 each. they're M25 I think. I cut eac ...

Dan_M
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April 2019

That's it for the moment folks - heading away for easter, so will get cracking on it when I return....next is safety railing around deck, then the cub ...

Dan_M
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2 replies
April 2019

now for the (form) ply flooring to go under cubby part. 19mm film ply. A chalk line was perfect for tracing where beams were underneath !view ain't ha ...

Dan_M
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April 2019

trimmed off the overhang, and it's looking pretty good - will get a tin of 'mission brown' to re-coat deck + patched holes

Dan_M
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4 replies
April 2019

now for the decking.... scored some salvaged (cypress I think ?) Pine decking - not the normal treated stuff..... smells amazing when it's sawn. Got i ...

Dan_M
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5 replies
April 2019

now some cross-bracing + extra joists - getting all the angles right as it's not square was time consuming, and meant joist hanger brackets didn't alw ...

Dan_M
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6 replies
April 2019

now a few treated pine posts to support the middle join. patio post bracket used in quick dry at base

Dan_M
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7 replies
April 2019

now time for the 2 x main longitudinal beams. These are 2 pieces of 190x45 treated pine joined. a support post will be installed beneath each join.the ...

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Kiwifr33
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May 2018

Picking away at the cladding and we have a door, not too much progress this weekend after getting a call at work on Friday of the 'Can you fix this or ...

Kiwifr33
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37 replies
May

Some people go away for their holidays... and then there’s me, who takes four weeks leave to build shed.There was sort of a plan - a couple of drawing ...

Millsylad
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Started off as a mud kitchen for the kids and got a bit carried away 

Brad
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November 2018

Epoxy is the go to product these days for finishing. Epoxy Resin is an alternative filler that can be coloured or clear and will need sanding and fini ...

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Dan_M
Junior Contributor
April

Hi @Matt_C, I got it from a mob in WA called WA fasteners - I got 2 x 900mm lengths which I recall were about $50 each. they're M25 I think. I cut eac ...

Dan_M
Junior Contributor
1 reply
April 2019

That's it for the moment folks - heading away for easter, so will get cracking on it when I return....next is safety railing around deck, then the cub ...

Dan_M
Junior Contributor
2 replies
April 2019

now for the (form) ply flooring to go under cubby part. 19mm film ply. A chalk line was perfect for tracing where beams were underneath !view ain't ha ...

Dan_M
Junior Contributor
3 replies
April 2019

trimmed off the overhang, and it's looking pretty good - will get a tin of 'mission brown' to re-coat deck + patched holes

Dan_M
Junior Contributor
4 replies
April 2019

now for the decking.... scored some salvaged (cypress I think ?) Pine decking - not the normal treated stuff..... smells amazing when it's sawn. Got i ...

Dan_M
Junior Contributor
5 replies
April 2019

now some cross-bracing + extra joists - getting all the angles right as it's not square was time consuming, and meant joist hanger brackets didn't alw ...

Dan_M
Junior Contributor
6 replies
April 2019

now a few treated pine posts to support the middle join. patio post bracket used in quick dry at base

Dan_M
Junior Contributor
7 replies
April 2019

now time for the 2 x main longitudinal beams. These are 2 pieces of 190x45 treated pine joined. a support post will be installed beneath each join.the ...

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