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  1. treeslayer

    Hello from Cape Cod

    looks good Steve, and welcome to the party! don't worry about the messy shop, that's the way it goes. just don't let it stay clean too long.
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    Where do you get your plans?

    Design it your self, that way you’ve got the only one like it, that’s what I do
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    Cherry Wall Cabinet

    30 in 30 method? Please explain Mick
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    Cherry Wall Cabinet

    Looks like a good project John, frame and panel overlay doors? magnetic catches? i would make the shelves adjustable just because unless you already know what's going to live in there and not be changed. dovetails are cool, box joints are easier but whatever you choose i would carry that over into the drawer construction as well, and you have to give some thought as to how you're going to attach it to the wall considering the weight of the cabinet, screwed thru the back? french cleat? be sure to post some pictures
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    Tennessee Curly Cherry

    I'll pick Coop up on the way by his house, should be there in 20 minutes
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    Style References

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    Tennessee Curly Cherry

    Nice table Rickey, I love to work with butternut, beautiful wood for sure. He did a great job, you’ll be enjoying it for many many years
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    Hi from Australia

    Welcome Al, lots of questions are always welcome here, great bunch on here.
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    Fremont Night Stand (File Cabinet)

    Great progress Mick, and very nice work on the videos, well done sir!
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    King Size Bed Finished

    Looks great @B. Brinkley, that pine looks very nice for salvaged wood, any thought to covering up the bolts with a cap or metal cover plate?
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    Tennessee Curly Cherry

    Took the day off, never made a dime!
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    Fremont Night Stand (File Cabinet)

    Looks like you have a good start on it Mick, that’s going to be beautiful
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    Another ROS Thread

    Another vote for the Mirka Ceros, I have used one, smooth vibration free great sander. I’ve always used a 5 inch sander so maybe I don’t know what I’m missing but if I ever pull the trigger on one it will be the 5 inch Mirka for the reasons @AceHoleInOne mentioned.
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    Tennessee Curly Cherry

    I don’t understand any of that, I was absent the day we had math
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    New storage shed

    I assume the installer is paying for a new panel, a delay on your project for sure, looks great otherwise
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    Tennessee Curly Cherry

    I can see him wandering the area, stick in hand looking for standing lumber, if I were his neighbors I would be worried
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    Super simple plywood bookshelf

    Nice work, someday he will give it to his son
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    Shop Storage Shed

    That looks great Drew, I wish my hack jobs looked half as good as yours, well done !
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    Needlework Table

    Is she related to my wife? sounds like a challenge to me and that's what us woodworkers do, make things that seem impossible to others, you got this and whatever way you make it i'm sure she's going to love it
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    Lazy Susan Checkerboard

    Sounds like a good plan Coop, let’s hope it works, that’s a great looking piece
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    A Different Angle

    Nope, dark like maple syrup
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    Help with closing a small gap.

    that's the way i do it Ross, use the thin CA glue, sometimes i mix up a paste on scrap wood first and use something to put it in the crack split, knot whatever but you have to work fast.
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    A Different Angle

    A friend made some syrup from a box elder tree like they do with maple and it was delicious, very pretty wood Rickey, and that's a beautiful bowl Mark, well done sir!
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    18th Century Style Kids Workbench

    That turned out great Vinny, very nice work and a treasure for generations
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    Help with closing a small gap.

    drill some shallow 1/2" or so holes on a piece of similar wood and run your sander across them until you have enough fine sawdust for the job