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Final Project Progress #1: Final Project Proposal 1/30/14

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Blog entry by Steve Magdinec posted 77 days ago 507 reads 0 times favorited 2 comments Add to Favorites Watch
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At this point in my creation of a luxurious gun rack, I have accomplished great work. I completed my planning and have cut down and planed the side pieces of my gun rack to the correct measurements. I then used carbon paper to trace my outline onto my cut wood. This is where I am currently at. I have had no problems so far, and hope to be cutting and shaping these two side pieces by next week.

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Tooch

497 posts in 376 days


#1 posted 77 days ago

stevie- nice work on getting this post up. don’t forget you can take pics w/your phone and upload as you go. That helps to really SHOW the progress you are making, and remember a picture is worth a thousand words.

BTW – why didn’t you talk about having to re-trace your stencil, and the inner conflict you went through when deciding whether or not to do it?

be sure check out your buddies in 8th pd, too:

Pshi97 – Perry
HardPine – Eckman
AlexTelfordHasWood – the knucklehead

-- "Well, the world needs ditch-diggers too..." - Judge Smails

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LumberJacKelly

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#2 posted 66 days ago

hey its tim kelly from pd 8. i want to do a hockey stick rack, and was wondering if i can use your template that you made for the gun rack.

let me know,

thanks

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