Dalbeattie Men's Shed activities
Dalbeattie Men's Shed has the resources to undertake a number of very varied activities
If you are new to these skills, please remember to ask for help from other more experienced members. That's the "Shedding" experience!
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Woodworking is our primary activity in our very well equipped woodworking shop. We have a number of trade-rated machines including a 12" saw table, a planer/thicknesser, a router table, two band saws... Read more
With the aid of a grant, The Shed managed to purchase tools to punch, shear, bend, roll and rivet together strip and bar and to make decorative scrolls and twists. This equipment makes it easy to... Read more
We have a very busy picture framing studio. We are very competitively priced and proceeds are used to fund Shed activities. We buy mountboard, and mouldings to order and make up the frames in-house... Read more
We refurbish and service donated bicycles which are resold to finance our activities. See our Facebook page for current offers. If you would be interested to purchase a specific type or size of... Read more
One of our members has CNC engraving equipment which he uses in The Shed. We undertake CNC engraving to make signs and plaques, frequently for projects completed in the woodworking section. We... Read more
Our leathercraft station is equipped with a selection of hand tools and a small supply of material to create leathercraft products.
We have a number of computers and printers which can connect to the internet via our broadband connection. We also have a small range of electrical and electronic test equipment.
We have a Prusa 3D printer which we use to print three-dimensional plastic components and parts. This has been very useful in replicating brackets that are ultimately made in aluminium or steel for... Read more