quick fixes, bodges and creations

Discussion in 'Workshop Projects' started by jimmer, Nov 26, 2013.

  1. bigg6480

    bigg6480 Member

    Location:
    Leics
    I was thinking the easy to keep clear work bench with no top was cheating a bit on this thread.
     
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  2. bravheart

    bravheart Member

    Location:
    scottish borders
    Dress code qualifies though, green wellies let you in everytime.
     
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  3. milkloss

    milkloss Member

    Location:
    East Sussex
    Should patent the idea!
     
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  4. jf850

    jf850 Member

    Location:
    Co laois
    Surely the couple of stray straws on the floor , under where he is welding must give him a few extra points ??

    A lovely weld , by the way.
     
  5. Stock

    Stock Member

    AHH HERE now com'on............WELDING sure that an engineering process and if the rule of the "clamp " is applied it definitely not a bodge.........................now a seam of bird Sh1t that will qualify .............I think.....................HOPE
     
    Last edited: May 18, 2017
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  6. Shovelhands

    Shovelhands Member

    Location:
    Sunny Essex
    Your all missing the point, surely :scratchhead::scratchhead:........

    It's an improvement, made stronger and better than the original, will far outlast a standard item, will see the changing of many different handles and heads, such is it's strength, its clearly far superior to that which it's replaced! .....i.e., not a bodge.....:)


    I rest my case....
     
  7. clbarclay

    clbarclay Member

    Location:
    Worcestershire
    But if they did that commercially it would be a bodge because it would last too long before they could sell another. The thought of anything in this thread being sellable though scares even me :nailbiting:
     
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  8. Haythers

    Haythers Member

    Location:
    Lancashire
    Haha I never thought about it being easy to keep clear, it's a previous project that never got finished now just use as a work bench
     
  9. Haythers

    Haythers Member

    Location:
    Lancashire
    Haha I only took the picture on the good side ;)
     
  10. Haythers

    Haythers Member

    Location:
    Lancashire
    Sounds like you've got some confidence in this haha, I did say to dad I'm hoping it outlasts him :eek:
     
  11. Tim G

    Tim G Member

    Location:
    Wormingford, Essex
    That's no good, who will use it then?
     
  12. Haythers

    Haythers Member

    Location:
    Lancashire
    :facepalm: I never thought about that, might just have to weaken it a bit
     
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  13. Any body here mastered the dark art of reuseing used pop rivets.
    Please let me know (y)
     
  14. Poorbuthappy

    Poorbuthappy Member

    Location:
    Devon
    Much better to use tec screws. They can be used multiple times, and if they get to blunt to drill their own hole, you can pre drill with a drill bit (resharpened broken one obviously)
     
  15. Also whats best way to re shaft a hammer without useing new shafts waterpipe and broken bale spikes
     
  16. Bob c

    Bob c Member

    trouble with metal handles ,.....you get a sting down the handle
     
    Last edited: May 19, 2017
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  17. White finger, from pounding away at something.
     
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  18. pycoed

    pycoed Member

    Location:
    Pontarddulais, UK
    The shanks make good tool hangers when hammered into the edges of shelves, with the added bonus that it saves on straightening nails(y)
     
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  19. pycoed

    pycoed Member

    Location:
    Pontarddulais, UK
    Use a shortened sledge handle that you kept the last time your son broke one?
     
  20. skinnyhoskins

    skinnyhoskins Member

    Location:
    the narth
    ooh err :wideyed:
     
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