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[Lego Table]: Part 6

Accomplished a fair amount today. Before I got to work, I dusted off the base and the legs one final time and then primed the legs …and painted the base. It’s hard to tell, because I used white primer and … Continue reading

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[Lego Table]: Part 4

Today was a pretty productive day in that I got all the lower parts of the table ready for finishing, but my final output didn’t look much different than yesterday. To start, I flipped the completed bottom frame over a … Continue reading

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[Medal Chest] The Lid, or, No Tablesaw? No Problem!

*Note to my readers—this is the secret project I’ve mentioned a few times.  It has consumed my shop time since February.  That’s why it’s been so slow on the blog for the last few months.  Now that it has been … Continue reading

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Workbench Day 7: Big progress

Got a lot done today.  My wonderful wife got up with the kids this morning to allow me to get down early to the garage and continue work on the workbench. My first task was to rip the 2x4s for the … Continue reading

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Workbench Day 6: Short on time…

Didn’t get nearly what I wanted accomplished today.  Must have jinxed myself yesterday by posting a proposed timeline for the next few days. All in all, I got 3 of the remaining 2x4s face-planed today, with minimal fuss and sweat … Continue reading

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Workbench Day 2

I’m not really working on the bench today, still letting the pieces acclimate to the shop.  But, that doesn’t mean nothing got done today! I started by working on a cross-cut jig for my circular saw to allow me to … Continue reading

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