|Project by edwood1975||posted 02-04-2016 04:44 PM||2843 views||6 times favorited||9 comments|
So I finally finished it it took me almost 3 weeks.. Just to let you know I completed a blog on this mammoth project and a link is below:
I’ll start of by listing some of its features:
1. Made with poplar plywood and solid poplar face frames
2. There are 2 cabinets seperatated by the a shelf for the mitre saw to sit on ( cabinet dimensions are 36” wide x 24” deep x 40” high
3. There are 2 drawers ( 1 in each cabinet) and I used fully extendable ball bearing drawer slides
4. I purchased most of the components of the Kreg Precision Track & stop kit ( all I didn’t get is the adhesive measure tape and flip stop)
5. The cabinet doors are frame and panel design and I used a basic mortise and tennon joint with a dado cut into the rails and stiles to receive the 1/4” plywood.
6. I also purchased the Craftsman compact sliding mitre saw.. I got a great deal and I found a coupon I think I got it for $225
7. The ample cabinet space will be used for benchtop tools such as my drillpress and I will be getting a bandsaw soon as well.
That’s it I hope you like it and finally I got inspiration for this project from a fellow Lumberjocks username ThinKerf