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Seaton
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Monday

@StevieB not alot has happened as have been concentrating on completing my Masters study, however good news is my study is all done and dusted and tha ...

Seaton
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Monday

Congratulations on the beautiful restoration...they don't make 'em now like they used too!

Seaton
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December

Thanks @MitchellMc that was very helpful. I thought this might be the case as I didn't have any luck in finding any information online, hence my po ...

Seaton
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As a bit of background, we don't have any air-conditioning in our current house, but as its an old house (+80 years old) has high ceilings, in summer ...

Seaton
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July 2020

I forgot to add.... Make sure the g-code being produced is for your machines controller, I'm assuming GRBL here. Whatever application you 're using se ...

Seaton
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July 2020

I found PVC fittings don't really work as they measure from outside or is it inside, anyway they don't fit because 100mm PVC fittings is not equal to ...

Seaton
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July 2020

Can you see a new serial port other than com1 and com2 when you plug in the device? if not then most likely you don't have the serial port driver loa ...

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marikaknows
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a month ago

Hi @StevieB we just built this scooter rack for the kids, next after that is some tool hanging, I think I’ll do pegboard over the white backsplash and ...

hazesnow
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Made a mobile work bench and incorporated my table saw!      Changed top from MDF to reclaimed Tenpin Bowling Lane! Super strong!  

Prawns
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I saw a post by @lcooksey88 showing his cool shed setup in this group. He used some pinnacle pegboards so I decided to give them a go also. I bought x ...

HandyAndy
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4 replies
August

wowee! what a workshop, and some wicked toys, I'm super jealous. I too am a sparky, currently working in electrical design/drafting, don't get to play ...

prettyliving
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April 2020

Do you have an idea what new flooring you will be putting in eventually? If it were me I would remove the carpet in those sections before installing. ...

Yorky88
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SalBay
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November

That's pretty much how I would approach it. Although I would use Tee hinges for the leg attachment, and magnetic catches to hold the legs up while fol ...

Noyade
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December

"already crammed with things" My shed became so crammed I created workbenches outside between trees with plenty of shade. The car now happily lives un ...

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Seaton
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2 replies
Monday

@StevieB not alot has happened as have been concentrating on completing my Masters study, however good news is my study is all done and dusted and tha ...

Seaton
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Monday

Congratulations on the beautiful restoration...they don't make 'em now like they used too!

Seaton
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December

Thanks @MitchellMc that was very helpful. I thought this might be the case as I didn't have any luck in finding any information online, hence my po ...

Seaton
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July 2020

I forgot to add.... Make sure the g-code being produced is for your machines controller, I'm assuming GRBL here. Whatever application you 're using se ...

Seaton
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July 2020

I found PVC fittings don't really work as they measure from outside or is it inside, anyway they don't fit because 100mm PVC fittings is not equal to ...

Seaton
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July 2020

Can you see a new serial port other than com1 and com2 when you plug in the device? if not then most likely you don't have the serial port driver loa ...

Seaton
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June 2020

I must admit I'm predominately battery now, with the exception of a few tools, some historic some not. I too have been a fan of the Ryobi System for a ...

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