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Some of you may already be following my Gadget Station series on TheWoodWhisperer.com. If you are, you know that the videos are lagging behind real time and the project is already complete. In fact, tomorrow we leave to make the delivery. Anyway, I thought I would share the pics with my fellow Jocks before I post them anywhere else.
The piece is made from Bubinga, curly maple, spalted maple, and ebony for the accents. Finish is the old standby, wiping varnish. I would have loved to pre-finish the parts, but that would have really complicated things in terms of filming it for the show. So I just kept it simple.
The Gadget Station is intended to hold small little gadgets for recharging. Cell phones, camera, mp3 players, etc… The bottom compartment holds the surge protector and the electronics go on the top 3 shelves. The back panel strips are all removable to make it easier to put the electronics where you need them.
Hope you enjoy.
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