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Project by MarkJ posted 951 days ago 1386 views 8 times favorited 5 comments Add to Favorites Watch

I think this was a Woodsmith plan and was a lot of fun to build. I regret, now, using MDF as the tray bottoms but then again you don’t ever see it in use. Shortly before making this, Woodpeckers had put on sale a supply of Gross Stabil MGS100 miter clamps. It was a pricey clamp (even with Woodpecker’s discount) but really made this project much easier since this thing is full of miters.





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Jim Jakosh

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#1 posted 951 days ago

Beautiful project and some nice looking joinery!! I’ll have to take a look at those clamps…...........jim

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#2 posted 951 days ago

That’s a beautiful piece.

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#3 posted 951 days ago

I’ve seen those plans and always thought that it would be fun to build. You did a great job. They look very nice.

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#4 posted 951 days ago

Wow so nice, love the wood contrast. Very well done

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#5 posted 949 days ago

Very nice. 3 trays—inbound, outbound and fogbound?

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