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woodenwookie
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woodenwookie
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December

I second that although there’s a couple of features of @Renowayoflife ’s saw has that reduce kickback. For starters there’s the riving knife holding t ...

woodenwookie
Making a Splash
December

I'd like to give this a go myself actually. I think I'll have a look at the local Hospice Shop and see what TV cabinets they have. It'll be much nicer ...

woodenwookie
Making a Splash
December

When my folks moved to an apartment they gave us their E-Go mower. Seriously the best mower I’ve ever had. It’s about the same power as the Victor. We ...

woodenwookie
Making a Splash
December

Oh, and one more thing I must tell you to check because it happened to me this weekend… Make sure the blade is in the saw the correct way. For some re ...

woodenwookie
Making a Splash
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December

Also of importance is the amount of teeth on the saw blade. Its tempting to go more teeth to give a nicer cut but this means having to go slower. I th ...

woodenwookie
Making a Splash
December

I love this. If I was making it I’d make those slots go all the way through then route a small channel on the underside. I would then staple the belt ...

woodenwookie
Making a Splash
November

Silicon sealer is the best bet but given the size of that gap it’s going to need to be done in layers.

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twocutekelpies
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November

I have responded on your original post  Don't be discouraged by no undercover area, my first caravan reno was a 23ft Viscount (also sandwich panel c ...

twocutekelpies
Making a Splash
November

Hi there. I have a very similar Franklin to yours which was in far worse condition. As woodenwookie said, much of the rigidity comes from the shelves ...

mich1972
Kind of a Big Deal
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Good Morning Workshop Community Friends. Hubby and I had a go at installing a floating laminate floor in the living room. We are DIY beginners. After ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
Bunnings Team Member
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September

Hi @kelso101 Just to add to the suggestions made, I recommend using Ramset 300ml Chemset UltraFix Plus along with Ramset M10 x 130mm Galvanised Che ...

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woodenwookie
Making a Splash
December

Oh, and one more thing I must tell you to check because it happened to me this weekend… Make sure the blade is in the saw the correct way. For some re ...

woodenwookie
Making a Splash
1 reply
December

Also of importance is the amount of teeth on the saw blade. Its tempting to go more teeth to give a nicer cut but this means having to go slower. I th ...

woodenwookie
Making a Splash
November

Silicon sealer is the best bet but given the size of that gap it’s going to need to be done in layers.

woodenwookie
Making a Splash
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We've been renovating the bathroom since 2020 but been slowed down by COVID, time, and family. This is where I left off: https://www.workshop.bunnin ...

woodenwookie
Making a Splash
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November

Been there. We had a caravan that was supposed to only need a replacement taillight. Wall on one side was completely rotted out requiring a rebuild of ...

woodenwookie
Making a Splash
November

Awesome work. That looks amazing. We're still unsure what flooring we’re going to have on the bathroom floor. At the moment it’s looking more like flo ...

woodenwookie
Making a Splash
November

I would recommend checking out a saw doctor (do you have those in Australia?) They'd be able to give the blades a good checking and should be able to ...

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Razzer
Having an Impact
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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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