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Baggs
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July

hello, sorry for taking a while to reply.i can really remember and cant measure it atm.iv just done a rough drawing of what i remember. cheerskyle

Baggs
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January 2020

Enjoy mate. Hopefully this helps a little. Keen to see what you come up with.

Baggs
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Hello everyone. I got a cupboard for my shed that i wanted to store my power tools. in to keep them clean and out the way and eyes of my little ones. ...

Baggs
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August 2019

cheers mate. i try to post somewhere when i done something that i havnt found much info on as to try help the next person.i didnt go into too much det ...

Baggs
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August 2019

hahaha yeah i got a bit carried away with it.i used a Paslode nail gun. i havnt used one much myself but all my chippy teams at my last employer had t ...

Baggs
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August 2019

cheers. haha it is a bit. will probably be sat at with a beer more than anything.already thinking of making another one that i can acturly use.

Baggs
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Hey hey. After the shed was finished I needed a work bench. After a lot of searching on the net I found the basic design I was after and went from ...

Baggs
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Hi All, Thought someone might find thus helpful as there wasn't much info when I was looking into it. I havnt long finished building an Absco 6x6 gara ...

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funksoulbro1
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G'day DIYers. Thought I'd share with you the biggest DIY project I've ever attempted. We're basically extending our alfresco area to include an awning ...

Community Manager Jason
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March

Well done @Peggers, many thanks for sharing this project with the Bunnings Workshop community. And thanks again to @Baggs and @Rodney for the inspirat ...

cadsman
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Latest project just completed, Bunnings merbau decking and ply, left over cover sheets of colorbond and a bit of pine and hardwood framing. Clear glos ...

Jimi
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To get the tools out of the garage, I built a solid steel shed from scratch. Far from an expert welder, I sourced the steel beams from a local supplie ...

Tara86
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It can be hard to keep kids entertained during school holidays- even more so given our current situation! One idea to help keep them entertained is bu ...

TempestSkye7
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February 2020

Brilliant! I'd been designing a similar means to store my circular saw, but I haven't yet begun making my drawing a reality, so it's great to know ahe ...

MitchellM
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January 2020

@Baggs Awesome! I'm in the process of setting up a small workspace myself, will be pinching some of these ideas. Cheers!

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Baggs
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July

hello, sorry for taking a while to reply.i can really remember and cant measure it atm.iv just done a rough drawing of what i remember. cheerskyle

Baggs
Budding Contributor
January 2020

Enjoy mate. Hopefully this helps a little. Keen to see what you come up with.

Baggs
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3 replies

Hello everyone. I got a cupboard for my shed that i wanted to store my power tools. in to keep them clean and out the way and eyes of my little ones. ...

Baggs
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3 replies
August 2019

hahaha yeah i got a bit carried away with it.i used a Paslode nail gun. i havnt used one much myself but all my chippy teams at my last employer had t ...

Baggs
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5 replies
August 2019

cheers. haha it is a bit. will probably be sat at with a beer more than anything.already thinking of making another one that i can acturly use.

Baggs
Budding Contributor
13 replies

Hey hey. After the shed was finished I needed a work bench. After a lot of searching on the net I found the basic design I was after and went from ...

Baggs
Budding Contributor
4 replies

Hi All, Thought someone might find thus helpful as there wasn't much info when I was looking into it. I havnt long finished building an Absco 6x6 gara ...

Baggs
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3 replies
August 2019

Hi Rogerk, there are 2 ways you could go. you can make a wedge from a bit of timber and used that with a hammer to bend the window frame out to make t ...

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