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Electrician that enjoys working with steel, wood, electronics equipment and other stuff in my spare time. I just love designing and building things.
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MikeTNZ
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a week ago

Hi TK87,I'd be interested to see how this turns out. Cheers,Mike T.

MikeTNZ
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JimBuck,You seriously need to follow the advice of MitchellMc, your house is not happy at all.Filling any cracks is putting a Band-Aid on a bleeding w ...

MikeTNZ
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a week ago

Ivanptr,What should have happened, is that there needs to be a square to round transition at the bottom of that downpipe.As well as a couple of 45 deg ...

MikeTNZ
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a week ago

Hi there @Sugar, How many of these fittings do you have?, they look like someone has stuffed a normal incandescent lamp in a downlight fitting. If you ...

MikeTNZ
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a week ago

Hi @ivanptr, I think what may have happened is this: Either one of the springs has distorted and will not clamp, as in one side of the spring has com ...

MikeTNZ
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May

Nice work.But isn't the timber called Rimu?

MikeTNZ
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May

MitchellMc,Thanks for the suggestion of Tinkercad, I'll look into this.Pretty much when I design stuff, wether it be wood, steel or electrical, it'll ...

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May

@Strother Hi Darren, Welcome to Bunnings Workshop. Can you please post a picture of the area you currently have?, when you say you have 2300mm, is ...

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Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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May

Hi @JumBuck, I would suggest this is something that needs to be assessed by a qualified structural engineer. I'd hazard a guess that the addition ...

HandyAndy
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June

Hi @mingwait, Brad is on the right track. most inverters have a surge rating to allow for inrush currents, generally double the rating of the inverter ...

Strother
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May

Hello, I have an area in my garage which is only 2300 wide. I would like an upright and work top.and a peg board back for my power tools. does Bunning ...

Razzer
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July 2020

Yes I used the NON structural formply for the draws and ply for the draw bases. The draw fronts are MDF with 2 coats of High build spray putty, sanded ...

Razzer
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Here is a build that I did in my garage. It is made mainly out of 18mm MDF. I have attached a before and after photo. The vertical draws are to hold 1 ...

Prof
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November

Thanks for the warning Mike...I found that Hager switch on eBay..so probably not the best place to buy it from if there's been false copies of their s ...

Jackson
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March 2016

@RenoQueen - I'd say yay, but I'd go for something different. Have you seen the pop-up powerboards that you install in the top of your bench? It'll me ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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November

Many thanks for your contribution to the discussion @MikeTNZ. I completely agree that securing a wall-mounted television to studs is the preferred met ...

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MikeTNZ
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a week ago

Hi TK87,I'd be interested to see how this turns out. Cheers,Mike T.

MikeTNZ
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1 reply
a week ago

JimBuck,You seriously need to follow the advice of MitchellMc, your house is not happy at all.Filling any cracks is putting a Band-Aid on a bleeding w ...

MikeTNZ
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7 replies
a week ago

Ivanptr,What should have happened, is that there needs to be a square to round transition at the bottom of that downpipe.As well as a couple of 45 deg ...

MikeTNZ
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3 replies
a week ago

Hi there @Sugar, How many of these fittings do you have?, they look like someone has stuffed a normal incandescent lamp in a downlight fitting. If you ...

MikeTNZ
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a week ago

Hi @ivanptr, I think what may have happened is this: Either one of the springs has distorted and will not clamp, as in one side of the spring has com ...

MikeTNZ
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May

MitchellMc,Thanks for the suggestion of Tinkercad, I'll look into this.Pretty much when I design stuff, wether it be wood, steel or electrical, it'll ...

MikeTNZ
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May

@Strother Hi Darren, Welcome to Bunnings Workshop. Can you please post a picture of the area you currently have?, when you say you have 2300mm, is ...

MikeTNZ
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May

Hi there snichols,Bear in mind that I've not read the posts below, all light fittings that fit into a ceiling, need to be rated for air-tightedness, i ...

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