I have been salvaging wood from my job sites. The latest was some cedar cut offs, so decided to cut them into very thin slabs of about 1/4 and see what i could make. So far i have made a tray to contain silver ware in the silverware drawer and a l...
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I am nearly 60 years old and not too happy about that. I work in construction and have lots of experience with outdoor finishing, but literally none for fine work.
I have been making crude storage boxes for my kids and they love them, obviously they are not critical. I have had a lot of problems getting the boxes to square up and the lids to fit.
I have used different joining methods on all the boxes so far. I am reclaiming wood that is being thrown out on the job site.
I bought a new table saw, mitre saw and thickness planner to help improve my work.
Hoping to learn something here.
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