bradpotts

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  • Birthday 05/20/1986

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  1. Turned out great. I'm sure they will love it!
  2. Looks great! I really like the design.
  3. I don't remember how long it took the first time. I leave it set up all year round. I would guess maybe an hour. I did replace the tarp part last year. It lasted about 2 and a half years. I had a fan in there for a little while but it didn't really do anything. I just leave the door part open and haven't had any problems.
  4. I took one of those Harbor Freight portable car canopy's and made a spraying shed out of it. It's not overly nice but it gets the job done.
  5. Turned out nice! Great job on the upper moulding.
  6. I want to say that the top and bottom veneer was 3/16 each. That would make the poplar core 1 3/8. I made the veneer oversized though to make sure that I could run it through the jointer and planer and not get down to the "core" Here is a picture of what it looks like.
  7. Wow! That is really Beautiful!
  8. The box turned out beautiful!
  9. Similar to Drew, hand sand small parts with 400. Larger panels 400 with the sander turned all the way down.
  10. Thanks guys! Hopefully someone will come across this one day and be inspired to build something.
  11. Got some edited shots of the record cabinet. The cabinet was made from Ebony, Holly, Fiddleback English Sycamore and Walnut. The design changed a little over time, mainly just taking out one set of the dividers. The client was very pleased with it, which made all the work well worth it. The build process can be found here
  12. Beautiful Mick! The inlay really brings it all together. The 1 1/4 edging gives it a really nice heavy feel too.