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|12-31-2015 06:41 PM||
China Cabinet - 5 replies
Hey guys, I am looking to build my wife a nice, but small (48” – 54” wide) china cabinet. I want the bottom base to be a 2 door base and the top to be 2 glass doors that I can light up. I am going to make it out of Maple, natural stain and high gloss poly. Does anyone have any plans, already, for something similar?
|01-03-2011 10:12 PM||
Would like feedback on my website. - 16 replies
I have developed this site, with no training, and am happy with what i have done. I don’t know how to do anything fancier, but, I would like to know what some of you may think of it. If you see any errors or such, please let me know. www.ahomespecialist.net This is the site, so if you have any ideas, I may try to use them. Than...
|11-29-2010 01:36 AM||
Need help with a double oven cabinet design - 3 replies
Not usually stuck with the design for a cabinet, but, this one is getting me. I may be overthinking this and screwing myself up, but I am in need of some advice on the design. I am making a custom cabinet on Tuesday for my church. We are getting a dbl oven, Kenmore Elite Stainless Steel 30’’ Double Wall Oven 4813, on Monday, so I ...
|02-13-2010 08:29 PM||
Red Oak and pine - 2 replies
Has anyone done any projects using a mixture of red oak and knotty or clear pine? Just wondering if this is just not a good mix or if the two can be mixed with good results?
|02-13-2010 08:24 PM||
Portable shop on wheels - 17 replies
Well, after seeing many projects here that have been made out of everyday things, especially the miter saw on the grill base, i have been thinking of beginning to make my shop a bit more portable, adding wheels to everything so I can pull it out of the shop on decent days to gain more room. I love the saw idea, but I will need larger wheels, ...
|02-04-2010 03:28 AM||
Eastern Shore of Maryland - 16 replies
Just wondered if anyone was in or near the Eastern Shore of Maryland. Would love to find others.
|01-21-2010 02:25 PM||
Help with rough sawn lumber - 9 replies
Hello, this is my first real post, other than my workshop. There is a small sawmill near me that I have built a relationship with recently. They can give me rough cut at a great price, allowing me to have some material around, waiting for my next project. My question is this, how long must I let this stuff sit and cure before I can use it ...