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woodenwookie
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May

Thanks. That's just the start. I'll be building a new workshop once we get a new driveway laid down. It was my fault that the workshop got broken into ...

woodenwookie
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May

I've been quite quite here lately due to ridiculous loads at work. I work as a postie and anyone who says mail is dead needs to see what we're deliver ...

woodenwookie
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April

I'm not much help I'm afraid. I was given my dad's Triton WorkCentre 2000 so most of what people need for jigs I can do from the table itself. 

woodenwookie
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April

It could be lemon scab. Get a copper spray to control this happening. https://www.stuff.co.nz/life-style/home-property/66443866/5-common-citrus-tree-p ...

woodenwookie
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April

Not sure what it's called but I don't know if the grooves matter. In fact it could be causing more issues with rotting than it otherwise would. https: ...

woodenwookie
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February

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.

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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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May

Thanks. That's just the start. I'll be building a new workshop once we get a new driveway laid down. It was my fault that the workshop got broken into ...

woodenwookie
Experienced Contributor
2 replies
May

I've been quite quite here lately due to ridiculous loads at work. I work as a postie and anyone who says mail is dead needs to see what we're deliver ...

woodenwookie
Experienced Contributor
April

I'm not much help I'm afraid. I was given my dad's Triton WorkCentre 2000 so most of what people need for jigs I can do from the table itself. 

woodenwookie
Experienced Contributor
April

It could be lemon scab. Get a copper spray to control this happening. https://www.stuff.co.nz/life-style/home-property/66443866/5-common-citrus-tree-p ...

woodenwookie
Experienced Contributor
April

Not sure what it's called but I don't know if the grooves matter. In fact it could be causing more issues with rotting than it otherwise would. https: ...

woodenwookie
Experienced Contributor
February

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
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1 reply
December

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

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