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#1 posted 11-26-2011 01:03 AM
Very good, would like more pictures
-- Don, Royersford, PA
#2 posted 11-26-2011 02:11 AM
Thanks Don! I’m a real noob at woodworking. I tried my best to keep it simple with my limited experience and tools available to me. Thanks for your encouragement.
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#3 posted 11-26-2011 04:12 AM
You did a real nice job !It does not look like a first project it all .Now don’t spend all your time sitting a the desk cruising LJ and get in the shop building things that we can compliment on !If you need help just e mail !ThanksKiefer
-- Kiefer / It's all about design and innovation
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#4 posted 11-26-2011 04:52 PM
Very nice, great job!! What is the next project?
-- Jack, Albuquerque
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#5 posted 11-26-2011 05:29 PM
Youre on your way. Bet you can’t make just one!
-- "The way to make a small fortune in woodworking- start with a large one"
#6 posted 11-26-2011 09:30 PM
Thanks Mr. Kiefer. I will be emailing you soon about some jigs I saw on your page. You have some amazing work! WorkerinWood…We share a military background. I decided to start woodworking for two major reasons: 1. Can’t afford much furniture during these hard times and 2. Needed a hobby during my shore duty. My next project will be something in Mahogany since I picked up a few board feet from a friend’s dad. They say it’s South American but what do I know other than it looks great! Haa..ha. Mr. Miles, you’re absolutely correct! I am so tempted to make another for my lil stepdaughter. It’ll keep her “collections” in one place. Thanks all. I really appreciate feeling part of the sawdust making family! -Paul
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#7 posted 01-04-2012 07:36 PM
I agree with the others; does not look like a first project to me. Very nice work.
#8 posted 01-04-2012 07:48 PM
@Rose -Aw thanks Mrs. Rose…It actually was and I keep finding areas of improvement daily. I want to eventually get my hands on a router or some cheap chisels and create a dado along the sides of the draw. This will enable me to place a bearing slide inside and allow them to slide freely. Until then, they are just held in place by a u-shaped cradle underneath. Thanks for the kind words. Now, I must scour your page for some good ideas and advice… :)
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#9 posted 02-25-2012 01:48 AM
So this is where you sit and play on the internet. Looks good Paul, I hope to see that new to you saw whipping out more of these projects.Great job.
-- Superdav "No matter where you go - there you are." http://chiselandforge.com
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