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woodenwookie
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I agree with Mitchell. Boxes are a great way to start. They're practical, easy, but can use some advanced techniques as they grow. For example, a simp ...

woodenwookie
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December

That is mint. I'd love to do something similar but my wife doesn't want any cabinets. I have to listen to her because... well, I'm still trying to wor ...

woodenwookie
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December

They should be a standard size so they'll fit any drill.

woodenwookie
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December

If I'm reading you correctly then it would simply be a matter of removing the washing machine hose and screwing the hose fitting into that. They shoul ...

woodenwookie
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December

I mainly use Autodesk's Fusion 360. It's simple to use once you get used to the concept. But it's ridiculously powerful and can do drawings for 3D pri ...

woodenwookie
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December

This is what my workshop will be all about. Hoping to get some shop redesign work done this weekend actually

woodenwookie
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December

Just did this myself. Polyfilla works a treat. Then just sand and paint. As Mitchell said, just take a piece into Bunnings paint and they’ll be able t ...

woodenwookie
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December

Have you thought about maybe using the polystyrene insulation often used under floor? It often has a water protective layer which would help. Just giv ...

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redracer01
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Hello Friends, Just wanted to show you guys final outcome of my book case / tv cabinet. Took about 3 weeks in total. Very happy with final outcome. Ch ...

fhk56
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For many many years, I have been using plastic containers for small parts etc. After years of use these are now falling apart and spreading their cont ...

prettyliving
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    Our laundry was pretty basic with just a standard trough and no storage. We wanted to make it more practical but had a very small budget. So we ...

kel
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RenoSal
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I bought bamboo posts and a bamboo outdoor screen to make a four poster bed.Firstly, I started with the metal bed base and cable tied the upright bamb ...

wooshka
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Hi , thought i might share some photo's of the old shed that was at the house we bought a couple of years ago that we have converted into a games room ...

Jwyatt
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Recently completed a sliding barn door. This was needed to shield our living room from the harsh Afternoon sun, beaming in through western facing win ...

Shay
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Decided to try giving an arbor a crack in a bid to build a more enjoyable outdoor entertainment area. At first i was going to get a metal gazebo bui ...

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woodenwookie
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2 weeks ago

I agree with Mitchell. Boxes are a great way to start. They're practical, easy, but can use some advanced techniques as they grow. For example, a simp ...

woodenwookie
Experienced Contributor
December

That is mint. I'd love to do something similar but my wife doesn't want any cabinets. I have to listen to her because... well, I'm still trying to wor ...

woodenwookie
Experienced Contributor
1 reply
December

They should be a standard size so they'll fit any drill.

woodenwookie
Experienced Contributor
4 replies
December

If I'm reading you correctly then it would simply be a matter of removing the washing machine hose and screwing the hose fitting into that. They shoul ...

woodenwookie
Experienced Contributor
1 reply
December

I mainly use Autodesk's Fusion 360. It's simple to use once you get used to the concept. But it's ridiculously powerful and can do drawings for 3D pri ...

woodenwookie
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3 replies
December

This is what my workshop will be all about. Hoping to get some shop redesign work done this weekend actually

woodenwookie
Experienced Contributor
December

Just did this myself. Polyfilla works a treat. Then just sand and paint. As Mitchell said, just take a piece into Bunnings paint and they’ll be able t ...

woodenwookie
Experienced Contributor
December

Have you thought about maybe using the polystyrene insulation often used under floor? It often has a water protective layer which would help. Just giv ...

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