The Workshop & Deck

andycafe

Northern Suburbs, Melbourne Victoria, Australia
And finally I scored a display for the shop ;D 55" LCD which only just fitted in the space :eek:

 

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Brodie

Gold Coast, Queensland
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If I remember right the Beer Fridge is just inside the garage, connected to the workshop.
 

andycafe

Northern Suburbs, Melbourne Victoria, Australia
Overture said:
I legit see no reason to ever leave this workshop.

Any new updates Andy? 8)

Thanks Mate ;D The only thing I have added to the shop recently, is some extra display shelves for my RC collection :eek: :)
 

andycafe

Northern Suburbs, Melbourne Victoria, Australia
spotty said:
i'm not seeing a fridge.........


Brodie said:
If I remember right the Beer Fridge is just inside the garage, connected to the workshop.

There is a little 120L next to the AV rack in the corner for when it is required ;) ;)
 

spotty

Vmax...why,yes i think i will
my (admittedly feeble) mind is at rest - possibly as a result of investigating the contents of my own shed fridge on several occassions this evening
 

ben2go

Two Wheel Projectile
American Justy

pic wont post so here is the link. http://prettycarz.com/image.php?pic=/data_images/models/subaru-justy/subaru-justy-02.jpg
 

andycafe

Northern Suburbs, Melbourne Victoria, Australia
Well, Subaru Justy is a new name for them to me ;) I have always known them as Subaru Brat's or Subaru Brumbies, The RC models with those bodies on them, are the original vintages from 1983 except the clear 1 at the far end. I also have the monster truck version from 1989 on the lower shelf ready to paint :)
 

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andycafe

Northern Suburbs, Melbourne Victoria, Australia
Finally managed to pick up a nice Table saw for the shop, It's a little excessive for my needs but folds up well, I have since added some locking wheels which makes easy to move about :D
 

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andycafe

Northern Suburbs, Melbourne Victoria, Australia
Maritime said:
Nice Andy, that will do some real work when needed.

Thanks mate, Yeah the motivator for getting one was needing to make some special trim's to finish off our bathroom reno. I have plenty of other things I've been thinking of making for a while, but until getting this just weren't possible. Aligned and tested it today, So cool :)
 

Maritime

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I would love to have a saw like that, I have an old beat to death saw, motor is good but the guide etc. are shot. Really hard to get a clean straight rip with it so I tend to not use it much. A good saw can make short work of jobs when you know how to use them. I am rebuilding the cupboards and counter in our camper and I will need to rip a lot of wood, I may end up with a new to me saw as well.
 

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