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post #1 of 34 Old 07-06-2012, 06:22 PM Thread Starter
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Double Dresser Build

Making a double dresser for my son.

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Video blog of the build.


Part 2


Part 3 Drawers and the Top!


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care to share with us all the energy drink your useing? lol..looks great so far, looking forward to future video tutorials.
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Added Part two

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That's awesome duck. Your good and your fast. Nice video. Can't wait for part 3.

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That's awesome duck. Your good and your fast. Nice video. Can't wait for part 3.

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Very cool!

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It's looking very nice! When can we expect to see the finished product?!?!

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EEK! My drawers are showing!

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It's looking very nice! When can we expect to see the finished product?!?!

This is the first time I've purchased rough cut lumber. I'm finding how much it really adds to the time of the build - with dressing and all. Nevertheless, It's been well worth it indeed!.
Here's a pic of the drawers. No drawer fronts as of yet. Soon to come

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Cool! Cherry drawer boxes? Wow, high dollar!

I hear ya on the rough lumber, it's all I buy though... Try it with hand tools!
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Cool! Cherry drawer boxes? Wow, high dollar!

I hear ya on the rough lumber, it's all I buy though... Try it with hand tools!
Ha! No cherry here. Actually, three species incorporate my drawers. Why? It's all I had. Sycamore, Poplar and Elm. I wear out on the power tools dressing rough lumber. I won't even think about hand tools...

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Nice work and video, thanks for posting.

One comment, hope you don't take offence, but your hand on the back of the leg over the jointer is OK if you concentrate. If you don't that can get ugly, I avoid possible accidents by using push blocks so for the day that something goes wrong and I make a mistake, my fingers won't pay the price.

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Nice work and video, thanks for posting.

One comment, hope you don't take offence, but your hand on the back of the leg over the jointer is OK if you concentrate. If you don't that can get ugly, I avoid possible accidents by using push blocks so for the day that something goes wrong and I make a mistake, my fingers won't pay the price.
Yes, I do take offence..... What? are you kidding me?..... You are correct. I have no excuse...

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Update Pictures

I was able to get out there and do some more work on the dresser. Here's some update pictures. Thanks for looking

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That's absolutely beautiful. Can't wait for the finish.

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Daaaaaaammmmnnn, that's wicked cool.

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I like it!

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Face Frame

Was able to do a little work on the face frame today before it got deathly hot. Thanks for looking!
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Looking good. I like the curves.
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