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Project by shopmania posted 09-09-2009 01:03 AM 1039 views 2 times favorited 7 comments Add to Favorites Watch

This is the printer table I made to go along with “Daughters Desk” and “Shelves for Desk” posted earlier today. The carcase is made with Oak plywood, 3/4”, the face frame and drawer front are red oak, and the top is 3 pieces of 1×8 that I put together with tongue and groove so it wouldn’t buckle, and then routed the edge as one piece with a roman ogee bit. I used pocket screws on the carcase and face frame, and rabbeted the corners of the drawers, and dadoed the sides to slide in the bottom. I think I am now done with that room!

-- Tim, Myrtle Beach, DrTim@ONeillChiro.com- Just one more tool, that's all I need! :)





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Innovator

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#1 posted 09-09-2009 04:37 AM

Looks great

Gotta love the pattern of oak.

-- Whether You Think You Can or You Think You Can't, YOU ARE RIGHT!!!

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shopmania

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#2 posted 09-09-2009 02:18 PM

Yeah, I really love the grain on the top and drawer front of this piece. I love the oak, but unfortunately. that and poplar are about my only choices at the local Lowes. If there is a place in my area to get other wood or rough cut lumber, I haven’t found it yet.

-- Tim, Myrtle Beach, DrTim@ONeillChiro.com- Just one more tool, that's all I need! :)

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#3 posted 09-09-2009 03:40 PM

Very nice stand. If wood at the big box stores are priced anything like up here in Canada you really gotta find another source. The bed I made for my daughter was made from Red Oak purchased from a saw mill. I paid about $2.45 bdf and I got everyting from 8/4 to 4/4 and 12” to 6” wide. Home Depot’s price was almot $10bdf and would have cost me almost close to $1500 plus everything was 3/4” so I would have had a bunch of glue ups. With the money I saved I bought my first planner and jointer. It was a no brainer. Even if you have to travel a long distance to get the wood it is worth it. The saw mill I go too is almost an hour from my house.

-- If all you have is a hammer, everything looks like a nail!

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#4 posted 09-10-2009 11:31 PM

Nice job and welcome to the new life.

-- I've been blessed with a father who liked to tinker in wood, and a wife who lets me tinker in wood. Southern Delaware karson_morrison@bigfoot.com †

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#5 posted 09-11-2009 01:01 AM

super job Tim

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#6 posted 09-11-2009 05:37 AM

Great job! Thanks!

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#7 posted 09-17-2009 05:37 AM

Really nice job!, Thanks for sharing.

-- Mike, VT

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