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You have a few options available to you, based on the material which you find. Provided that I understand how you want to assemble the structure you can do the following. Shop done Cutouts - mortice and tenon type joints Depending on the design of the structure, I would go with this route, Just get a wood shop to saw/router various cut-outs for you, ...


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The easiest would be to use a "deck bracket" or a "post bracket" available at your local DIY store: If you are worried that the screws would tear through the thin particle board of the bottom of your speaker, then I would first screw the post bracket to a 20cm x 20cm (8"x8") or larger square of 12mm (1/2") plywood, then use that to screw or glue to the ...


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Move the hinge over and drill new holes in the new place. Go to your interior or exterior door Get your screws and tool box Remove the screws from the door and door jamb and chisel out the wood where you would like to drill pilot holes. Drill the holes then drill in the 3 inch screws and then it's fixed


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The type of screw I recommend is one where the thread ends before the head about the thickness of the subfloor. This increases the pull of the screw head on the sheet downwards onto the joists. This also allows you to use a battery operated drill/driver without the screw thread shredding your finger tips. Also use PAZ screws (passivated). As mentioned ...


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Depends on how thick the underlayment is. If you can in time find out, the rule of thumb is a minimum of 1" embedment into the lower substrate. So if you underlayment is 5/8" or 3/4" thick you can use 1 5/8" coarse thread screws. You could use the same screws for thinner underlayment, but the risk of hitting something unseen below the floor grows. The ...



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