|Project by T. D. Reid||posted 800 days ago||3058 views||8 times favorited||9 comments|
The first two pictures are shelves that I build out of pine on Tuesday this week to house plastic storage containers. It is one of those things that you put off forever and then when it’s done you wonder how you ever lived without it. The last three pictures are of a cross cut sled that I build the last week of November out of birch plywood and quarter sawn white oak. The third picture shows the runners and they are also made out of QSWO. I mention this because I was reading a blog this morning that someone talked about purchasing factory made runners. Hardwood runners are a cost effective way of making runners that I encourage everyone to try the next time they make a jig that requires them.
I want to apologize, I am new at posting my projects and for some reason I didn’t put the dimensions down. It holds a panel 24.5” X 42” the front and rear fence is 3” tall sitting on 5/8” birch plywood.
-- Head to the shop its calling you – Todd