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#1 posted 1142 days ago

Glad to see that you have made LumberJocks a part of your Woodworking experience… Welcome

-- Max "Desperado", Salt Lake City, UT

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#2 posted 1142 days ago

Welcome aboard. Nice that you could join us on Lumberjocks.

-- Wayne - Plymouth MN

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#3 posted 1142 days ago

Welcome To LumberJocks.
Good Luck…

-- Rick

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#4 posted 1141 days ago

Thanks for the welcome notes! I am pretty new to woodworking and I have gradually been setting up a basement shop for a few years now. I mostly have aquired my current tool set 2nd hand (with the exception of my compound miter saw and my router). I have built a few benches and some smaller projects. I am currently interested some projects for shop organization and skill building.

I got bitten by the bug when I decided that it would be cool to give the groomsmen at my wedding each their own custom cornhole boards (beanbag toss game). My father ( who has a pretty cool home shop!) helped me with his tools and in the process I learned quite a bit. They came out great and I have been interested in woodworking ever since. I did alot of the work myself, but could not have done it without his help!

I am interested in learning more about joinery and box buildint etc…I also would like to be able to build cabinets and built iins some day…not for business purposes, just personal.

Looking forward to sharing my experiiences and learning from everyone else!


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#5 posted 1140 days ago

“WELCOME to LJ’s.”

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#6 posted 132 days ago

DIMENSIONS: ” 28”x10”x60”
MATERIALS/CONSTRUCTION: 3/4” Oak Plywood carcass using glued dado joints. Face frame is milled dimensional red oak. Top trim and support base constructed with dimensional red oak and oak plywood using hidden and height adjustable feet. The bypass glass door frames are red oak with Euro Track hardware and a Large Mouth Brass Bass door handle. The drawers are red oak with brass cup pulls. The glass in the rabetted doors is 1/8” and the shelves are 1/4” thick support by clips inserted into the dadoed/flush to cabinet sides shelf standards.

FINISH: “Secret Sauce” . . .Golden Oak, Chestnut with a splash of Mahogeny Stain homemade Wipe-On Semi-Gloss Poly. . . with many layers applied between 0000 wool “sandings.” The finish texture is very smooth & shiny and allows the custom made finish to show with a lot of warm colors and tones.

Any additional questions . . .just ask . . .Thank for your positive comments.

-- Farmer Bill Patriot to the U.S.A. Constitution & Bill of Rights under GOD!

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