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RE: Daily Bench Shot - jstraw - 11-13-2018

Finished the veneer press kit. Repurposed a free medical vacuum motor.


RE: Daily Bench Shot - FrankAtl - 11-14-2018

I built one just like that one. Works great!


RE: Daily Bench Shot - Stwood_ - 11-25-2018

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RE: Daily Bench Shot - Stwood_ - 11-26-2018

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RE: Daily Bench Shot - Redman - 11-27-2018

If I ever build such boxes I'll need to find a hobby shop that has 1/8" or thinner plywood for the sides. Not much side clearance on my shelves.


RE: Daily Bench Shot - Stwood_ - 11-27-2018

Fresh ear corn crates have wood about that thick


RE: Daily Bench Shot - Stwood_ - 11-27-2018

Ten jar boxes done.

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RE: Daily Bench Shot - lift mechanic - 11-27-2018

That is one nice looking pantry. Wish I had the room.


RE: Daily Bench Shot - jteneyck - 11-27-2018

My workbench shot today is my workbench.




I built the bench maybe 25 years ago.  It had a stretchers between the leg assemblies about half way up, with a shelf on it that collected wood scraps.  I always wished it had some drawers instead.  Well I finally took the time to do it.  I moved the mid height stretchers down near the bottom, add two more near the top, with just enough room for a shallow shelf above, and then added the drawer cabinet between.  The open cubby is for easy access to the planes I use most frequently.  It's made from various offcuts of cherry I had.  Having tools close at hand will save me a few steps as I put this bench back into more frequent use now that I have my shop mostly cleared of wood.  

John


RE: Daily Bench Shot - Redman - 11-28-2018

(11-27-2018, 08:33 PM)lift mechanic Wrote: That is one nice looking pantry. Wish I had the room.

That's why I commented on the side thickness if I were to build some of those boxes. All my storage shelves are in the house. In an unused bathroom with the sink and commode removed, in empty wall space in another room, in closets, etc. Shelves built to use the available width of the space and fit the depth of the boxes. Some just barely hold two boxes across but I can get 20 boxes in the space.