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Project by SHOREWOOD posted 1355 days ago 1824 views 3 times favorited 10 comments Add to Favorites Watch

All you need is a ton of time and a few blade changes.

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#1 posted 1355 days ago

WOW! Really cool radiator cover and outstanding use of scrap.

-- Do not be discouraged by those who don't. Be inspired by those who do.

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#3 posted 1355 days ago

great looking project and good use of flooring scraps!
All red oak?

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#4 posted 1355 days ago

It lookds great!

-- Dan - Valparaiso, Indiana, "A smart man changes his mind, a fool never does."

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#5 posted 1355 days ago

Thats a neat idea!!!! :-)
Just some advice since you are new, the photo that you downoad in first will be the photo that appears on the main project page and is also the photo for your projects page.

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#6 posted 1355 days ago

Clever use of reclaimed wood.

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#7 posted 1355 days ago

Great idea. I’ve used oak flooring for table saw sled fences , secondary wood in wall units(hidden) and dust skirts among other things.

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#8 posted 1354 days ago

Like the idea of recyling scraps, and what an imagination you must have, GREAT work.

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#9 posted 1342 days ago

Great radiator cover! I reuse lots of wood flooring myself, both pre- and post-consumer. Our installers throw a lot of wood in the dumpster and I use most of it.

-- Leroy

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#10 posted 1332 days ago

Damn fine idea and really clever use of scrap. Good job!

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