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This was made of pellets and some pine and 100% pocket hole joinerystained in English chestnut and a coat of ply.
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#1 posted 06-02-2016 07:55 AM
Nice work David ! Where have you been I ve missed you and your great projects for a while.
No chance of them falling apart with those Kreg Screws holding everything together
A couple of questions1. What size is the timber you have used for the frames?2. Why do you have a three way clamp on the build?
My son and I have just finished making some pallet timber Bars, I should post them as recycled timber work.
I hope you Shanelle, Brittany, Salina and all the family are all good in Chaffee
-- Regards Robert
#2 posted 06-02-2016 05:04 PM
Thanks Rob I only post the new projects and I have been busy building dresser’s and night stand’s it’s been a good year so far. Ya the pocket hole joinery has be come a trade mark for me and people what something to last .As for your questions. 1 I use a 2 1/2×3/4 format that’s all my furniture made that way.2. it keeps all the edges even.Good to here you guys are busy and say hi to the family for us.
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