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Workshop Development #26: Now that the cabinets are up, the peg board is down...

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Blog entry by dbhost posted 1168 days ago 5137 reads 1 time favorited 1 comment Add to Favorites Watch
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So I went ahead and installed the catches for the second clamshell cabinet, which freed me up to at last get rid of that old peg board. What a relief!

I have a couple of small storage projects left to do that I can glean enough good peg board out of this, and what is left over from the cabinet project that I won’t need to buy peg board.

Now on to fixing all the little holes, and slapping some bright white paint on that wall!

-- My workshop blog can be found at http://daves-workshop.blogspot.com



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Jim Bertelson

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#1 posted 1168 days ago

Go, go, go….........youse is getting there. Someday my shop area and the garage as well will get a complete makeover….......probably the next owner of the house. Very busy day yesterday in the hospital, 3 surgeries and a delivery. The rest of the week will be quieter.

I am done with the minibench, except that I decided to make a cord keep to store part or all of the cord. They will be 2 segments of large dowel, about an inch or so long, attached to the back of the bench at either end with a circular flange out of plywood. That will make it possible to also control the amount of cord that is loose for plugging into overhead drops (which I will make one day).

I am going to try to get enough pictures that I can write the blog and project posts while in La Conner (leaving this Friday for a week). Don’t think I will get enough time before then.

-- Jim, Anchorage Alaska

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