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    • Table saw price points
      No contest....get the Unisaw.  It's got much sturdier bones underneath, and just about everything else can be upgraded when and if you feel the need.   
    • Mothers day box
      Brilliant! I've actually got one already. And now I'm wishing I wasn't working on 2 projects at the moment so I could take a swing at another box. You and a some other members on this forum are hereby to be granted the honorary title of professor. Not that I have the proper credentials to bestow such a thing but I'm certainly thankful for the education. Please proceed, Professor Mack.   Ahh yes. Wood begets wood.
    • Table Top Aesthetics
      I just found this little bit of info in the table plans. 
    • Advice for a newbie
      Welcome to the rabbit hole! On the bright side, your creations will last much longer than some Ikea crap!
    • Advice for a newbie
      Yeah, the best part for me right now is the look on my soon to be 5 year old's face when she comes in the garage and sees how much of her desk is done so far. The bad part is that when we were looking at buying her a small wooden make-up desk around Christmas time and it was anywhere from $150-200, I thought...I can build something a lot nicer than that for that price. Soon it expands into an art desk end, electrical ran in it for power outlets, and the vanity light and so on. I couldn't even guess how much I have spent on it so far. The same was true when I planning out that vanity. The other bathroom that I had just done, I bought the vanity (about $1000 for it) and when redoing the half bath I though I can make one myself for pretty cheap (I was originally thing an open concept, floating shelves style). Then a couple sketches and redesigns later, now 3 drawers and 2 cabinet doors (all with the soft/auto closing feature), and a bunch of different tools, I can't even remember how much I ended up spending on it.
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