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woodenwookie
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August

Scroll saw with a rotary tool attachment would be good for you. The rotary attachment will allow you to do the fine engraving etc. The scroll saw will ...

woodenwookie
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August

Oh yeah, those get a LOT of use in my shop. 

woodenwookie
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August

I would also paint it with some weather proof paint. It should help keep water from the pores in the wood. This will stop it from warping over time. Y ...

woodenwookie
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August

Look on the side of the road for old office desks that people are chucking out. This is the same stuff as most of those tops. You might be able to use ...

woodenwookie
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August

I like. I need. Little Wookie loves to drill on the press but I have no real way to clamp boards down safely se he doesn’t get munted. I’m using sprin ...

woodenwookie
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July

That looks way better. That blue really makes the bench stand out more. I love the pot stands as well. Brilliant idea.

woodenwookie
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July

If you’re going to be doing this often, or woodworking in general then I do recommend either the portable drill guide as mentioned or better yet spend ...

woodenwookie
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July

I'm going to sit this one out. I'm in New Zealand and have only been out of the country once for two days in Sydney. 

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Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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a month ago

Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community @lbell. It's fantastic to have you join us and many thanks for your question. Did you have some photos ...

Wayne
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GlenS
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After Repainted old solid wood cupboards, replaced benchtops and taps, and retiled. Cupboards...Dulux Renovation Range- colour Ticking Benchtops... ...

Brad
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July

I use the Milescraft version ofhttps://www.carbatec.com.au/portable-drill-guide I fitted nylon set screws to fix the slop in mine.

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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April

Welcome to the Workshop community @debralea5. I'd be more than happy to answer your question. Let me start by saying what a unique property you have ...

Community Manager Jason
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Thanks again to all those Workshop community members and visitors to the site who have provided feedback in recent months. We will continue to improve ...

Kermit
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May 2016

This is a good idea when you don't have room to swing a hammer.

prettyliving
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      This past week I’ve been working on a ‘ute’ bookshelf for my son. I used pine boards from Bunnings which I stained with black paint and water ...

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woodenwookie
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August

Scroll saw with a rotary tool attachment would be good for you. The rotary attachment will allow you to do the fine engraving etc. The scroll saw will ...

woodenwookie
Established Contributor
August

Oh yeah, those get a LOT of use in my shop. 

woodenwookie
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August

I would also paint it with some weather proof paint. It should help keep water from the pores in the wood. This will stop it from warping over time. Y ...

woodenwookie
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August

Look on the side of the road for old office desks that people are chucking out. This is the same stuff as most of those tops. You might be able to use ...

woodenwookie
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August

I like. I need. Little Wookie loves to drill on the press but I have no real way to clamp boards down safely se he doesn’t get munted. I’m using sprin ...

woodenwookie
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July

That looks way better. That blue really makes the bench stand out more. I love the pot stands as well. Brilliant idea.

woodenwookie
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July

If you’re going to be doing this often, or woodworking in general then I do recommend either the portable drill guide as mentioned or better yet spend ...

woodenwookie
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April

@Ela, given that you're most likely starting from scratch I would recommend swapping out the circular saw for a plunge cut rail saw. Ozito makes one w ...

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