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3 d3 dSamMacSamMac posted:
Pool tiling before or after fencing?

G’day legends,
I’m putting in terrazzo tiles and just a regular black pool fence.
Can we lay the tiles after the fence is done? Or better to do it beforehand?
Only reason…

3 d3 dSamMacSamMac posted:
Hanging a door as a window Advice?

G’day,
Inside our pool area, council have advised that we have to remove those doors in the picture by either bricking it up or making into a window.
Cheapest option:
- Replace…

1 year1 yearSamMacSamMac posted:
Concrete Table Weight

I built this polished concrete dining table last year and am about to do another one for my parents outdoor area. However, it weighs at about 250-300kgs. I’m looking for…

1 year1 yearSamMacSamMac posted:
Timber species??

I’m hoping someone could tell me the species of this timber slab. Bathurst, Central West NSW Region. Looking to make a river resin table with it.
Thanks in advance.

2 years2 yearsSamMacSamMac posted:
Concrete sealer bubbles/blisters

What is the best way to get concrete sealer bubbles out of a polished concrete slab? Dining table. They are only tiny but there is a lot of them.

2 years2 yearsSamMacSamMac posted:
Rubber matting under concrete table??

G’day everyone,
I’m currently doing a polished concrete dining table (1850 x 900 x 50). Still having a bit of trouble on how to connect my steel frame (legs) to stop…

2 years2 yearsSamMacSamMac posted:
Attaching Steel Legs To Concrete Table?

I'm forming it in melamine pre-cast. With reinforced steel mesh at the halfway point.
Ideally, the threaded stud will be straight as possible.
I've never heard of chemset until now, it…

2 years2 yearsSamMacSamMac posted:
Attaching Steel Legs To Concrete Table?

I'm hoping to use legs similar to the picture.
If a bolt is attached to the reinforcement mesh before pour, I assume that would minimise the risk of it cracking? However,…

2 years2 yearsSamMacSamMac posted:
Attaching Steel Legs To Concrete Table?

Agree. I'd much rather attach them. Welding would work, but if re-locating (moving house), it could be a logistical nightmare.
I've thought of attaching bolts on the pre-cast reinforcement steel,…

2 years2 yearsSamMacSamMac posted:
Attaching Steel Legs To Concrete Table?

G'day everyone,
I'm building a concrete slab dining table. As expected, going to weigh a fair bit more than average table, 1800mm x 900mm x 40-50mm.
Whats the best way to attach…

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