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This is where you can post pictures of work that you have done. Tradesmen and DIY pictures are all welcome. Please only post pictures of work that you have done personally. Thanks

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 Post subject: Groundworks+concrete base, install concrete sectional garage
PostPosted: Fri Sep 08, 2017 6:42 pm 
This is a description of the work I did last summer in the demolition of an old garage, groundworks for a new concrete base, the installation of the concrete sectional garage, and then the fitting of power and lighting etc to the newly installed garage.

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 Post subject: I just start working on wooden house
PostPosted: Wed Aug 09, 2017 8:00 am 
I just start working on wooden house just outside my house:-), I just don't know how to add images to post.

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 Post subject: FLAGGING AND FENCING DONE BY WORKMEN
PostPosted: Wed Jul 19, 2017 5:35 pm 
Hi All,
I just wanted post these picture work done by who works for the housing association.

I just wanted your opinion, as friend of mine ask me and i said i can post it on the show case gallery and ask the Guys on the forum what they think.

I appreciated your reply

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 Post subject: Slogging spanners made from old fork lift forks
PostPosted: Sun Jul 16, 2017 12:18 pm 
A few months back I made some fox wedges from some old fork lift truck forks fox-wedges-made-from-old-forklift-truck-forks-t87632.html

I saved the remainder of the forks to make other items in future. One of the jobs I do at work requires an open ended 19mm spanner and the nut needs to be really tight but finding a 19mm open ended flogging/slogging spanner proved impossible and so I made one ...

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 Post subject: New kiddies bench/sandpit
PostPosted: Tue May 09, 2017 12:03 am 
Hi gang.

Just made this today for the child minded kiddies my wife looks after. The old one was a flimsy affair, bought some time ago as a kit. This one is a little more substantial and cost about the same. That's just some weed membrane inside, as it will let the water through. Needs a quick tickle with some sandpaper, ( and a couple of bags of play sand)but other than that it's ready ...

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 Post subject: More wood and metal
PostPosted: Fri Apr 28, 2017 11:44 pm 
I know some of you get bored of my stuff, but hey ho :lol:
Few of the better bits and bobs ive done the last couple of months...


Firstly, cable reels, these are used in the production and testing of Towed Array sonar cables. (Navy types may be familiar)
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One pic mostly for Col, Played with the settings on the CNC plasma ...

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 Post subject: Renewing Grout, on the cheap!
PostPosted: Wed Apr 05, 2017 8:03 pm 
Kiwi Shine and Protect Shoe Dye - £2:50ish x2 which has done the Kitchen and Bathroom, applied with a thin paint brush and gone over with a scourer.

I'd expect that the White trainer Kiwi Shine and Protect would be just as good for white grout.

I completed the Kitchen with Kiwi and then the bathroom with Cherry Blossom, which has required a touch up.

The Kiwi product is alot thicker than the Cherry Blossom ...

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 Post subject: noah' ark
PostPosted: Thu Mar 23, 2017 8:27 pm 
Well here is my latest project a solid oak noah's ark can cost £200 or more handy as i got this out of the rocking horse left overs
so no cost really.
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 Post subject: rocking horse
PostPosted: Wed Feb 08, 2017 9:02 pm 
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Hi all had trouble logging on but sorted now, i have just made a small rocking horse for my great grandson copy of the new yankee workshop one, made from american white oak, and a toy box, and thought maybe you'd all like to look at it hope you like took three day's including prepering the sawn wood
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 Post subject: Assorted projects.
PostPosted: Sat Jan 28, 2017 5:47 pm 
Hi,

I've just been looking through old files and have pulled out a few pictures of projects I've done over the years these just being a random sample. I was taught to us my head and hands and to this day this is what I still do. When many would throw away or scrap things I enjoy the challenge of restoration whether it be old machinery or even vintage radios and all in-between. I enjoy ...

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