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Build a TV Stand Part 3 (Final)

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Blog entry by GarageWoodworks posted 510 days ago 1158 reads 0 times favorited 5 comments Add to Favorites Watch

It’s done! Let me know what you think. -Cheers

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AJswoodshop

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#1 posted 510 days ago

Looks great! The idea of having the drawers act as the sides is interesting, very cool design!

-- If I can do it.....so can you! -AJswoodshop

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559dustdesigns

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#2 posted 510 days ago

I like it, as always great video. Thanks for sharing.

-- Aaron - central California "If you haven't got the time to do it right, when will you find the time to do it over?"

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Oldtool

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#3 posted 510 days ago

Great series of videos, and a real nice entertainment center / TV stand. However, after watching you make the drawer pulls with the router, I’m thinking you could use a SawStop router, be careful. – I lost the tip of my pointer finger doing exactly this about 12 years ago. Now, I’m unable to point things out to people. Sad, so sad.

-- "I am a firm believer in the people. If given the truth, they can be depended upon to meet any national crisis. The point is to bring them the real facts." - Abraham Lincoln

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pintodeluxe

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#4 posted 510 days ago

Nice video series, and a great project too!
I notice you hand plane a bit of the board to compensate for a narrow jointer. I have the same situation with a 6” jointer and 13” planer. Have you ever tried the planer sled technique? Basically you remove the guard and joint as wide as you can. Then send the workpiece through the planer (jointed face down) on a sled. The sled is nothing more than a 6-8” wide strip of plywood with a cleat attached on the leading end. The cleat makes sure the sled and workpiece stay together as they move through the planer.
The rough portion of the workpiece overhangs the side of the sled. This lets you establish a flat reference on the top face. Then remove the sled, and flip the workpiece over to plane to thickness.
It works great on boards as wide as 10”.
Thanks for the videos.

-- Willie, Washington "If You Choose Not To Decide, You Still Have Made a Choice" - Rush

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Beginningwoodworker

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#5 posted 508 days ago

Nice tv stand.

-- CJIII Future cabinetmaker

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