2nd floor

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About 2nd floor

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    Michigan
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    Small furniture, boxes, scroll saw

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  1. Thank you, I am pointed in a viable direction at this point. We will see how it comes out.
  2. That’s what I have come up with. Did a quick mockup that looks fine, but had to cut the third leg in 2 to get it in. Should be fine as is is for looks only. Now to tune the setup to tighten the gaps thanks
  3. Saw this joint and would like to use it on an upcoming on g project. The 3 legs are extended through the joint. What is this joint called and better yet, how is it made? its the tenon on the outside of the leg that has me baffled. thanks in advance Steve
  4. Thanks guys. Easier than I was thinking. Back to the tried and true. Steve
  5. I need to put a quick plaque together this weekend for Tuesday. Looking for advise one quick finish that will give a nice semi gloss to full gloss appearance and be fairly durable. Any advise? Thanks in advance
  6. Very nice. Is this your design? just what my wife is looking for
  7. I travel a lot for work, both internationally and domestically. I have a bolt action I take with (favorite writing pen) and have not had a challenge. I will definately rethink taking it as prefer to sail through. I am thankful for the security teams and the job they perform and will do nothing to give them any reason to look at me any deeper. thanks for the heads up. Steve
  8. Picked up a few at Woodcraft on my way through Chicago on the way home from Wisconsin.
  9. I recently purchased one of these welding jackets http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0035X3D9E?psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=oh_aui_detailpage_o03_s00 my shop is in the garage and not heated, so it works well this time of year. Not sure how July will be. steve
  10. I agree, check it out. I bought one and the shift was a good 0.060" when changing the height. I'm took it back and opens the remaining 4 saws they had and they all had the same issue. I ended up with a used Ridgid instead. So far so good.
  11. I have made several for my kids and other students. I like your design much better and if you don't mind, may take the concept and replace the displays the boys have. Good work.
  12. Things have not panned out for me. Have to pass. Steve
  13. I am interested, but need your zip code for shipping. My brother lives in Columbia, so may be able to have him come and get it based on your zip. Thanks Steve
  14. I like the design. Are you building to plans? We are in need of a similar stand and I am looking for plans. Keep sharing the progress.