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Love the work! Looking forward to seeing what else you do with the ger. I do have a question though - as involving the dirt required so much extra effort and inserted an element of unknowns, why didn't you just put regular cement in? I'm not complaining, I learned something (Never knew about 'dirt' cement before) just curious.
Excellent workbench from easily attainable materials and crafted with easily acquired tools. Well done. I think I might have attached the top boards to the cross pieces with wood screws from the bottom, but that's just me. Your way is much faster and definitely easier! Kudos!
Nice rework of an old design. Kudos on your creativity and craftsmanship. I may make one of these just because it looks so useful.
Have you thought about entering this in the "Hand Tools only" contest? It's very nicely done and may get more exposure there. Great instructable!
I think this may be the best use of pallet wood I've seen in a year. Well done!
The use of the wheels perplexed me until I realized you use the to support the end of the sled not supported by the band saw table. I photo of the entire device would be helpful, just a thought. Once I saw what you did, it made more sense. I may need to make one - thanks!
I think this is brilliant. No CNC or welder or 3-D printer, just raw creative and "can do" power at work. Well done. I'm going to go make one, because, why not?
Well done! I very much appreciate the table, but I far more appreciate your creative tool and clamp modification to help you get the project done. You have an excellent eye and resourceful mind, I hope you go far!
Curious - as the code requires nothing more than 4" x 4" for the railing, why did you decide to go with a 6" x 6" grid? Not complaining, the deck looks awesome. Just curious as you seemed to meet or exceed every other criteria.
Interesting, I too would be interested to see how long this holds up. I've seen a 20 year old shed clad in OSB remain viable, it was kept from ground contact and regularly painted, so I know it's possible. But dirt on the inside is the wild card. Thanks for sharing, creative use for OSB scraps.
I can't say I'll ever 'make' this, but your tool setup and the resigned (and slightly worried) look of your wife make this an awesome instructable. Kudos on your creativity, and your wife is a very patient woman.
Question - which LED Neon did you use? Most I see online look like LED strip lights, not solid neon. Nice sign BTW!
Appreciate the idea of taking apart a sale price LED shop light for your AC 120 transformer and strips. Thanks!
This is bloody brilliant, I'd been wondering how I was going to mow part of my lawn that is next to a pond and quite squishy - too much so for a mower. But this, with fatter wheels, will work a treat. Kudos! You get my vote!
Out of curiosity, how does one know whether a tree is rooted well enough to sustain high winds with the additional load and facing to put in all the work necessary for a tree house like yours? Beautiful work.
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