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If you look past the joinery gaps, router gouges, shredded veneer, blown out dog hole on the wagon, and asymmetric knobs, it is still worse than half bad. But it was fun and a learning experience.

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If the freight wouldn't be so high I would donate a large pile of Baltic Birch scrap for a second attempt. Practice is bound to make the next one better !

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9 hours ago, K Cooper said:

Are there online instructions?

I looked at multiple versions, then just scribbled the rough idea of what i wanted on paper. then winged it.

many of the versions use a threaded rod that spans side to side, i didn't bother.

the slabs are tongue/groove in to the cross pieces.

 

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