|Project by doncutlip||posted 09-16-2011 12:21 AM||4024 views||36 times favorited||23 comments|
First picture is my work center. It’s just 2×4s, inexpensive 3/4 sheathing, some pine boards and luan. The top is double layer MDF. It’s bolted to the wall and the floor. It has full extension drawers, rail and style doors, a small shelf with a light above like you’d have in your kitchen cabinets. Next is my clamp rack, I saw in in one of the Shop Notes books and built it just like it was shown. It’s on wheels, allowing you to have you clamps right at hand during glue-up. Then I show my finishing cart, also on wheels. Underneath is all the solvents, finishes, brushes, etc., for finishing. On the side there looking like a mailbox is a compartment for rags. Finally there’s my table, with some junk on it – looks more natural that way. It has many mortise and tenon joints, is very heavy – but I just bouht the butcher block top. Drawers have chisels, measuring & marking and my pocket hole drill. I guess now I should build something real.
Update – added a picture of my bandsaw cut tenons and my planer stand.
-- Don, Royersford, PA