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post #1 of 8 Old 07-20-2020, 01:22 PM Thread Starter
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Some random projects

Here's some pictures of a few random projects I've done over time. Next one is going to be a dining table for my own personal use.

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post #2 of 8 Old 07-20-2020, 01:30 PM
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Looks very nice. Glad to see your enjoying woodworking...
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Nice work!
I really like those barn wood doors. It looks like they are by fold.
if so, did you have to get a heavy duty track for the heavier wood. I have basic by fold doors in our house and the doors are light weight and they take abuse.

In your first picture are those metal legs for the outdoor tables or wood painted black? I really like those too.

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like this clean and simple but still robust style
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Nice work!

I really like those barn wood doors. It looks like they are by fold.

if so, did you have to get a heavy duty track for the heavier wood. I have basic by fold doors in our house and the doors are light weight and they take abuse.



In your first picture are those metal legs for the outdoor tables or wood painted black? I really like those too.



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The folding doors are bifold. Made from pine and hung on standard tracks. It's just the high end stuff.

Table legs are wood painted black. I had someone fooled. Thought they were metal until he actually touched them lol.

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Very nice! I truly like the simplicity and clean look of that corner desk. If I have to work from home much longer, I'll have to make one of those.

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I built that desk from a set of plans I found online and modified it a bit. I can find them if you like

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I built that desk from a set of plans I found online and modified it a bit. I can find them if you like

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Wow! I greatly appreciate your offer, but there's really no need to bother. I'm in an "if" situation and that desk's construction looks fairly simple. I would modify the design to make it U-shaped to fit in a cubby about 9' wide. The top would probably be sandwich consruction for my situation, and the framing appears to be 2x4 with basic joinery. But again, thank you for offering!

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