I had thought I had properly figured out the window configuration for the upper area of my shed build I am building, but I discovered a critical error just before I was about to start cutting pieces.
Had I went ahead I would have had unremovable sill plate pieces that hold up the rafter beams showing thru the windows for 3 inches. May have been…[Read more]
Doobie wrote:, I started to work some more on figuring out how I’m gonna design and build the front facade upper part of my shed build. I’m kinda not ‘feeling it’ to figure this out, but I know it’ll come to me.
Kinda threw my arms up in the air at one point and decided to clear my head by having a beer….
Nothing like a bit of liquid brain rem…[Read more]
Aside from a bunch of errands today, I started to work on figuring out how I’m gonna design and build the front facade upper part of my shed build.
Kinda threw my arms up in the air at one point and decided to clear my head by changing out the blade on my 20in Bul;et Tools Eazy Shear cutter that I use to not only cut JH fiber cement siding, but…[Read more]
GTokley wrote:Finally got around to getting rid of the double laundry sink. It had crack in it is was leaking. It was to heavy to move by myself. So broke up to manageable pieces with a sledge hammer.
I wonder if anyplace still sells those old concrete sinks for those who want to keep some kind of heritage look to their house.
How old do you…[Read more]
Did some more of what should be the last bits of shed sheathing. Also installed the sheathing for the underside of the porch overhang area.
Started tonite to figure out and try some mock-ups for the custom acrylic windows I’ve gotta build for the area that is just under the higher roof. It’s gonna be tight there with only 21 inches of face to…[Read more]
I did organize that shed for future work today.
Needed to shrink some bigger heat shrink tubing , about 1-1/4 inch round and about 18 inches long each piece , didn’t have my torch , and was taking way too much time with those BBQ lighters or whatever you call them
So I picked this up at HD makes a difference , although used up two 4 a…
Did more roofing work today on my shed build. Cut out the sheathing for the Cobra roof membrane venting that I really like to use. Always disliked the look of traditional roof vents, which really stick out on such small structures. I used it on my first shed, and it works like a charm and keepd a nice clean look.
I still haven’t seen my 14 gal vac that I’m giving away to a close friend of mine yet since my points were deducted on the 2nd. I’m patient though! I’ll sit quietly waiting for now.
I redeemed for the T4B saw stand and the points were deducted July 1. Hopefully it will come soon. Before Christm…
Boschmanbrian wrote:Needed to shrink some bigger heat shrink tubing , about 1-1/4 inch round and about 18 inches long each piece , didn’t have my torch , and was taking way too much time with those BBQ lighters or whatever you call them
So I picked this up at HD makes a difference , although used up two 4 amp batteries and about 1 bar on a…
I still haven’t seen my 14 gal vac yet since my points were deducted on the 2nd. I’m patient though! I’ll sit quietly waiting for now.
Did more roofing work today on my shed build. Cut out the sheathing for the Cobra roof membrane venting that i really like to use.
The majority of all that upper top roof stuff is done now. The next top side phase is figuring out the three elongated custom windows I want to build and install just below the overhang of the upper roof and lower…[Read more]
In really crappy weather of heat and humidity, I did carry on with more final roofing work on my Shed Build II. Nasty detailed and difficult elements. Made a host of errors or encountered unnanticipated crap that really taxed my nerves today.
Tomorrow looks crummy for finishing it with rain coming by noon or so and not being an early riser,…[Read more]
Warren6810 wrote:It finally arrived!
Hangman wrote:Can anyone help me identify this Bosch tool and is it cover by the Provantage Warranty?
It’s an L-Boxx3. A blank box to do what what you want to hold tools or whatnot.
What’s the issue?
Provantage only covers 18-12 Volted tools. Everything else is reg Bosch warranty.
Again, what’s the issue here?
Sprokitz wrote:The wife made some “un-stuffed” peppers yesterday. Used our vacuu-sealed bell pepper chunks and some canned tomatoes from last years garden.
Share that recipe. I tire of the traditional stuffed ones my wife makes.
Myself. I just want the red pepper ones.
Sprokitz wrote:This guy was hiding from me
Is that from your garden?
Bosch just simply sucks with what they do in NA.
They are so ahead of most of their competitors on the real world stage with innovation in technology. Most people don’t realize how huge and innovative in so many other realms that Bosch is. Unlike most ‘tool’ companies, they’ve got their noses in so many other…[Read more]
Kevin replied to the topic Posts Disappearing After Edits of Long Winded Posts Problem/Solution. in the forum BTP Questions 1 week, 6 days ago
email@example.com wrote:I noticed that for a few days, my login and password would not populate. I guess this is why it would not. I was using Safari.
I’m thinking based on what the webmaster said previously it didn’t matter what browser platform you were using.
Obviously there are discresionary abilities on the Webmasters side to fix…[Read more]
I’ve started the project. It’s going pretty well. But I had a hard time getting the lower edge even across panels. I was able to flush trim the lower edge of the fiber cement siding to the bottom edge of the old siding using a flush trim bit on my router, but it left a bit of a jagged edge.
theamcguy wrote:The Forstner bit set is the big one 1/4″ – 2 1/8″ comes in a wooden box and it is nice. The bits are definitely sharp and well made. If you have a spare 150,000 points I highly recommend it. They seem to be available as well mine came to me in less than 2 weeks from ordering. What I did was go to the list and looked at all the e…
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