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    Weekend projects

    Don't think there was a topic, so there's one now.

    Time to give this welder a bit of a run.
    Cut up a heap of steel at work this morning. First project was a gill for the spit.

    Next is a bench to replace the rotten timber one that knocked down. Pics to come.

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    That’s Awesome John Mate!
    Griddle marks on a near full side of a Buffalo’s Rump length too



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    Cheers Mark.

    Found some r&d rejects in the bin. Another gill tomorrow and a hit with the grinder and some heat resistant paint and we have a nice little grill for two..

    3mm walls and 6 mm base.

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    Bloody Marvellous John!!
    Cooking & Baking Thready is about to get smashed hard we hope


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    Quote Originally Posted by jay see View Post
    Cheers Mark.

    Found some r&d rejects in the bin. Another gill tomorrow and a hit with the grinder and some heat resistant paint and we have a nice little grill for two..

    3mm walls and 6 mm base.

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    If its for cooking why not season it rather than paint it JC? Innocent question, I don't know if painting is bad or not for that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Plasnart View Post
    If its for cooking why not season it rather than paint it JC? Innocent question, I don't know if painting is bad or not for that.
    Don't know if I can. Material is smooth flat (don't know the correct term) don't think it's porous. Idea is to throw some heat beads in and a gill on top. Paint is only to pretty up the outside.

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    We sell on consignment a couple of similar local steelies fire/artworks too John Mate!
    Unpainted those Top Blokes drop them off and recommend as is as fire pits similar looking


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    1st stage of my new bench. Will measure up how much decking boards I need tomorrow. Pretty happy so far.

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    Bloody lovely! . . Been busy making the most of lockdown in the garden this year and finally getting all the drainage sorted in the drive as our place always ends up with a lake after a good downpour. . Amazing how much fill comes out of the trenches so knocked over a couple of other jobs too. . Ran a heap of fill down for next year's job fixing the dam, but also re did area used for a burn pile. Have a good amount of land but most being pretty steep every little bit of flat land is worth its weight in gold lol. . Leveled good area with access down to it. . . Sooo good can back a ute down or perfect to load with little Vermeer beats do'n stuff by hand

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