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Lathe Stand #6: Improved Design

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Blog entry by Jeremy Greiner posted 1058 days ago 1291 reads 1 time favorited 1 comment Add to Favorites Watch
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I’m assembling the frame and inside panels like I did for the shop cart, but I wanted to take a picture of my dry layout so I can show some of the improvements I made in case any one would like to make something similliar.

The first part is the middle wall goes all the way to the top and bottom, I’ll be able to screw it into the floor and ceiling peices instead of requiring the cleats that I needed to add the wall last time. I also cut 1/4’’ grooves in the walls. These grooves will serve as drawer slides, which should make building the drawers easier (at least I think so).

That was pretty much it, everything else has been the same just trucking along on assembly.

-jeremy

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#1 posted 1058 days ago

Looks good so far pal.
It’ll be a beauty when your done !

-- Having fun...Eric

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