|Forum topic by Silverhill||posted 11-25-2013 04:46 PM||47036 views||0 times favorited||3 replies|
11-25-2013 04:46 PM
I am new to woodworking, ready to move past building shipping crates and warehouse shelves. I just signed on to LJ’s today, so please bare with me if this question has been asked over and over. I want to consolidate all my hand tools, small electric and air tools into one, similar to this one by James Lango http://lumberjocks.com/projects/55704 but with an attractive joinery on the corners of top and bottom units that conceals the plywood end grain. I would think that mitering 3/4 plywood would not be strong. What type joints do I need to have a nice looking, strong set of boxes in a natural finished wood?
I have a tablesaw, bandsaw, mitersaw, small drill press, a Kreg pocket hole jig, and misc. power sanders to work with, plus my wife is wanting my wish list for Christmas, so additions are possible.
I appreciate your patience with me, and I will edit my profile page as soon as I finish looking the site over for a few days. Thanks for any help.
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