Once I had the cabinet home I (she) had to decide how she wanted to set up all the electronics. We (she) decided it would be better if both the top and bottom sections had doors on them, and we needed to put a couple shelves in to hold the dvd pl...
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My Granddad owned and operated a small Sawmill, and my dad worked for the Forest Service (he did help out with the mill for awhile, but with a wife and my brother on the way he figured he need more money). So I guess it was/is no surprise I found some way to be involved with wood. I haven't had much of a chance to develop my skills (I'm not even sure I have any), but I sure enjoy it.
I'm a science teacher in a small town. With student loans and a small family I don't have the money to set up a shop. So I did what any self respecting woodworker wanna be would do. I made friends with the shop teacher. It probably won't make my woodworking any better, but hey, I get to use all those tools for free (He does make me clean up, can you believe that.)
-- remember always measure once and cut twice
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Just so we are clear I am actually almost done with this project. I’m just now getting around to blogging it. When my wife and I got married we were the typical college kids. We wanted the entertainment center that showed of the electro...
Well, the state mandated testing is over, so now I have a little more time on my hands. I have been working on the table. As of right now the legs are sized as are the approns. Currently I’m trying to figure out how to incorporate a hidde...
The whole reason I joined Lumberjocks was because I wanted to get some information about the Thorsen Table Challenge. After spending countless hours here I decided I better at least attempt a table. SWMBO said that I could only build a table i...