I call this the cricket shelf because it kind of reminds me of a cricket. The lights on top look like the antenna and so forth. At any rate I was trying to create a shelving system that didn’t require any hardware or standards to support the sh...
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I started this project by creating some rip guides for my skil saw. I glued and nailed a 1/2”x 1” piece of strapping to the edge of a piece of luan making after making sure it was nice and straight. Then I set the skil saw up agains...