Milamber

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  1. I'm going to be building along, but I'm going to be building 2 out of 2 sheets of plywood. I'm building them to act as bedrails on a bed i'm building also. They are only going to be 11 1/2 x 11 1/2 x 80 and are going to lay on the 80" side facing out. Just trying to decide on how to face out the ply though. I like the screening material, but if I make the shelves (dividers) flush, then there is the roundover to deal with. Any ideas other than insetting them a smidge? Jon
  2. There is Summers Lumber in Lavergne area, pretty good prices and lumber. http://www.summerslumber.com/ I think there is a place downtown, but never been. If you don't mind driving a bit, this place is great. It's in Woodbury, TN. http://www.stonesriverhardwoods.com/contact-information
  3. Still cheaper on amazon with free shipping than those two sites
  4. Trim router deal http://www.amazon.com/Porter-Cable-7310-4-Horsepower-Laminate-Router/dp/B0000222Z6/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=hi&qid=1282596414&sr=1-1 That's weird, it took the full link to that little thing Thanks Renzo
  5. That's an interesting way of cutting raised panels Bill. I will have to remember that. It gives you curves instead of angles
  6. I believe that is it, I remember that episode also
  7. I like the second shirt the best
  8. I've heard that too, but I just went with shellac, about 4 coats of it and let it cure for a couple days Thank to everyone also
  9. Hello all, I usually lurk about in the chat, but haven't been around for a few month for a couple reasons. One was had to work 2 months of 7 days a week repairing a flooded lock, and the other is my wife and I just had a new baby. This is my first piece of furniture (that I've finished, started on a table but this took precedence) I've got to take some more pictures of it, but here is one completed and in use It is made out of walnut with a walnut stain to make it a bit darker. All done with M&T for the rails and slats and dowels for the rockers, no mechanical fasteners