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Hello all,

My name is Erik and I live in the Denver area.  I am in the military and have been for over 25 years now...retirement is looming.  Not really looking forward to starting over, but I guess that's what's going to happen.  Anyway, I love working with wood and creating "things".  Everything I know, I have learned from my dad and by trial and error.  So far, I have made 3 tables for the living room (one tall entry way table and two smaller side tables). I have also created the end tables that I have in my living room that double as a dog kennel and a hiding place for my sub-woofer.  I saw these online somewhere and they wanted over $500!  So instead I paid about $150 for supplies and built them myself.

Looking forward to meeting you all and learning some new tricks to make creation easier and better looking.

 

Erik

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This is the table in the entry way of my house.....I can't find the smaller side tables, but they are the same style and color.

Also the tank stand that I built when I lived in my apartment about 2 years ago.  This is built using just a jig saw and a drill...seriously!

And lastly, one of the end tables in my living room.  The other one is pretty much the same, except that it has a shelf in it and no bottom so it basically slips over the top of my sub-woofer.

 

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Nice work!

Does Having the subwoofer under the table cause an issue with stuff vibrating on the top of the table? Sent from my SM-P550 using Tapatalk

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Nice work!

Does Having the subwoofer under the table cause an issue with stuff vibrating on the top of the table? Sent from my SM-P550 using Tapatalk

No issues at all with the sub-woofer in the end table.  I don't have it set so high as to vibrate anything.

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That is sweet. Great job on all of your pieces! Welcome to the forum and thank you for your service!

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