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Project by Timothy posted 1333 days ago 7024 views 0 times favorited 5 comments Add to Favorites Watch

My first paycheck after being laid off from a hospital in Ashland, KY. The customer needed a shelf built to contain his cable box and dvd player since they were hanging off the fireplace mantel. The wood used is cherry, finished with arm-r-seal. The wood was planed down to 3/8’s of an inch due to space clearance requirements. The shelf is attached to the wall using the center key hole. I wasn’t sure where the studs were so I made three, the two on the sides are sixteen inches apart on the narrow side.





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Jimthecarver

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#1 posted 1333 days ago

Nice box!

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#2 posted 1333 days ago

Excellent work.

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#3 posted 1333 days ago

That’s an eye-catcher and a nice box as well : )

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CarlR

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#4 posted 1333 days ago

Nice solution to contain the DVD player and cable box Tim.
Looks like it turned out well.

-- Carl R Mesaros

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Grant Davis

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#5 posted 1333 days ago

Nice looking box and I think you just gave me a solution to my set up in the kids bedroom.

-- Grant...."GO BUCKEYES"

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