|Project by Rayne||posted 07-17-2015 02:21 AM||1323 views||2 times favorited||4 comments|
It’s been a while since I posted a project, but I’ve been quite busy with many other things around the home. I’m glad to finally get something done in the shop that I desperately needed and wanted; a storage cabinet next to my Table saw for all of my TS accessories. Now I can organize everything else inside my workbench. There’s really not much to say about this; it’s a basic box made from Pine Plywood that actually warped a little, so I had to install that middle bracing in the pictures. Oddly enough, I like the break, so I’ll chalk it up to dumb luck. The drawer faces are grain matched vertically, so that gives it a little more finesse. This is also my first “shop” project that I finished. I used oil-based urethane, slopping on 2 coats. That stuff is nasty and hated the drying time, but I bought the stuff for something else and decided to see if i could use it all. Well, I still have some left, so I’ll use it to finish some of my other shop pieces. Next project is a flip top cabinet I saw on Youtube for my planer and new 8” disc/4” belt sander.