|Project by ellen35||posted 07-04-2009 10:34 PM||1536 views||2 times favorited||12 comments|
This is a computer stand that got out of hand. I started with a little plan from one of those “easy projects” books about a year ago. I finally had some time to work on it and it grew! It is 25” wide x 22” deep x 30” high (all I can say is the plans called for one that would just about fit a computer on top and a small printer underneath (my printer is a monster!). I used maple and zebrawood to match the bookcase I built about 6 months ago. I got some incredibly hard maple 2×2s for free from my wood guy and got a steal on the curley maple for the top ( still have about 4 feet of 5/4×10” curley left over for another project). I used pocket joinery for the first time. Interestingly, I had an old $20 pocket joint jig from the Borg that was just about useless so I went out and bought the Kreg Master System…what a joy to use!
Thanks for looking at this. Any and all comments (positive or negative – that is how I learn) are appreciated!
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