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Posted By philmb79

With the chuck you can use it with everything -...

With the chuck you can use it with everything - All your old ones and also the EZ lock.
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Posted By philmb79

Just had a quick youtube. Chuck ...

Just had a quick youtube.

Chuck
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s-fd6ExUAPI

EZ Lock
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NjPirJ4tDns
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Posted By philmb79

The EZ lock is just the the bit that you put the...

The EZ lock is just the the bit that you put the sanding drum onto.

You put the drum over it and then push it down and the drum then locks into place.

The Chuck stays in the Dremel tool instead...
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Posted By philmb79

Hey mate. I bought one of these for my...

Hey mate.
I bought one of these for my Millwaukee rotary tool (Same thing as a Dremel)
https://www.dremel.com.au/au/en/dremel%C2%AEezlocksandingmandrel-sandingband-742-ocs-p/
It works like a...
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Posted By philmb79

Just in case anyone is interested. The M12...

Just in case anyone is interested.

The M12 screwdriver: https://www.totaltools.com.au/99332-milwaukee-12v-fuel-screwdriver-skin-m12cd0

Its much much better at more delicate operations than the...
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Posted By philmb79

Hahaha - the good thing about getting all...

Hahaha - the good thing about getting all Milwaukee stuff is that it all looks the same in my wifes eyes!

As long as i dont have both tools out at the same time she'll never know !

=)
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Posted By philmb79

Hi. Thanks for the reply. I wasnt using...

Hi.

Thanks for the reply.

I wasnt using the impact driver but the 12v drill on the lowest clutch setting.

I guess im looking more for the difference between the drill and the screwdriver as...
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Posted By philmb79

Milwaukee 12 Fuel drill vs screwdriver

Hi all.

So i have some furntiure that im screwing together.
Its hollow Aluminium.

I tried the 18v Fuel Hammer drill to use as a screwdriver, even on the lowest setting it was to powerfull.
So...
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Posted By philmb79

They wouldn't be wood - I have seen metal decking...

They wouldn't be wood - I have seen metal decking legs (probably not what they are actually called) that i was thinking of using.

Just looking at the options available.

With the cardboard...
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Posted By philmb79

Thanks. Ill have a look at that dca guide. ...

Thanks.

Ill have a look at that dca guide.

Yes i like the idea of pouring and drilling - Sounds like it may be easier to adjust and get level.

Someone suggested as its a small build,...
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Posted By philmb79

Thanks for the info. Here in Perth there...

Thanks for the info.

Here in Perth there isn't any frost so im assuming thats ok.

Is it better to pour concrete into a hole and use that as a foundation?

Im not planning on having the frame...
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Posted By philmb79

Floating deck - Levelling footings

Hi all.

Im going to be putting together a floating deck.

Not to big, its about 3 meters x 4 meters.

Its going to be over sand.

Can i ask some tips on getting the sand level for the...
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Posted By philmb79

Thanks for the info guys. Was thinking as much....

Thanks for the info guys.
Was thinking as much. More i thought about it.
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Posted By philmb79

Joist hanger placement

Hi all.

I am going to install a small deck (4.5 x 4 Meters) that will go between 2 walls. The brick house wall and the brick garage wall opposite.

Question is in regards to the joist hangers....
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