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woodenwookie
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a month ago

I've built a couple of her plans and I used a spreadsheet. It's then simply a matter of using a formula like so: A1 = 25.4B1 = plan measurement =round ...

woodenwookie
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a month ago

@Razzer, Definitely going to base my new workbench on this. I have a sliding saw also and I want to have dust collection with mine. If you don't ...

woodenwookie
Experienced Contributor
February

How did you make the wheels? I’d be real keen to find that out.

woodenwookie
Experienced Contributor
February

Funnily enough this is the very reason I got into woodworking.Once when travelling to Hawera to do a job I noticed wooden toys on the side of the road ...

woodenwookie
Experienced Contributor
December

I've settled on the Selleys Heavy Duty Liquid Nails. It seems to fit the needs of what I'm trying to do. Thanks for your help.

woodenwookie
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2 replies
December

@twocutekelpies, would it be possible to use something like No More Nails to adhere the frame to the caravan? The only possible issues I could see wou ...

woodenwookie
Experienced Contributor
4 replies
November

I'm glad you've done this sort of thing before @twocutekelpies. I would like to know how I attach the frame to the aluminium or do I not need to worry ...

woodenwookie
Experienced Contributor
7 replies

Got another project underway. It wasn't meant to be a big one but a couple of issues that we knew about ended up being a bit more of a job than planne ...

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LisasGarden
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11 replies

Hi everyone we’ve been very busy at Lisa’s Garden! Now that the warmer months have finished and we’ve had a bit of rain, we thought it was time to con ...

prettyliving
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12 replies

Hey everyone, thought I’d share a Kmart dollhouse I recently gave a makeover. I’ve attached some before & after pics as well as some pics & a run down ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
Bunnings Team Member
a month ago

Hi @SLlo, The easiest option might be for you to measure the rear wall and have one of our helpful team members in-store cut a piece of 2440 x 1220 ...

bigrigmodels
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2 replies
February

1:20 scale Wooden model I made specially for, & Donated to the, Port Vincent RSL Sub-Branch for their Annual ANZAC raffle.Truck based on a Kenworth T9 ...

twocutekelpies
Established Contributor
1 reply
December

@woodenwookie you could glue it in, just make sure it's a very flexible adhesive, some brands dry hard and the bond will break as soon as you hit the ...

twocutekelpies
Established Contributor
3 replies
November

Have a look at the cladding, you may find it was fastened originally using either nails or staples to hold it in place until the trims/j rail went on. ...

twocutekelpies
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3 replies

Forgive me, it's been a while since I've posted, my 1972 York rebuild was completed and is now being enjoyed by a lovely couple who bought her shortly ...

twocutekelpies
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5 replies
November

Nice work on starting the frame replacement. I've had to do the same in my little Franklin as most of it was missing. I've used tassie oak on the side ...

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woodenwookie
Experienced Contributor
a month ago

I've built a couple of her plans and I used a spreadsheet. It's then simply a matter of using a formula like so: A1 = 25.4B1 = plan measurement =round ...

woodenwookie
Experienced Contributor
February

Funnily enough this is the very reason I got into woodworking.Once when travelling to Hawera to do a job I noticed wooden toys on the side of the road ...

woodenwookie
Experienced Contributor
December

I've settled on the Selleys Heavy Duty Liquid Nails. It seems to fit the needs of what I'm trying to do. Thanks for your help.

woodenwookie
Experienced Contributor
2 replies
December

@twocutekelpies, would it be possible to use something like No More Nails to adhere the frame to the caravan? The only possible issues I could see wou ...

woodenwookie
Experienced Contributor
4 replies
November

I'm glad you've done this sort of thing before @twocutekelpies. I would like to know how I attach the frame to the aluminium or do I not need to worry ...

woodenwookie
Experienced Contributor
7 replies

Got another project underway. It wasn't meant to be a big one but a couple of issues that we knew about ended up being a bit more of a job than planne ...

woodenwookie
Experienced Contributor
1 reply
October

It's been a while since I've been here. Work has got out of hand lately with people leaving and their roles needing filling. We were embarking on doin ...

woodenwookie
Experienced Contributor
1 reply
August

Got it done. Removed all the siding and that got to the pipe. I over thunk it to be honest.

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Razzer
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A workbench with built-in mitre (drop) saw, dust collector and loads of storage including vertical drawers to hold paint cans. The projectBefore and ...

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