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post #1 of 17 Old 05-06-2020, 04:59 PM Thread Starter
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Greetings to all! My name is Alex, I want to show you my work. Working on wood is my hobby, so do not judge strictly, I am often not happy with the result of my work. Look at my gift to my sons. I did this work at the end of last year. What do you say?




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post #2 of 17 Old 05-06-2020, 05:16 PM
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welcome to the forum !!
I see that you are from Russia - we like to see members
from all parts of the world.
very nice project - thanks for sharing.

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HINT: For those who do not speak Russian, click the "[CC]" icon in the bottom of the video window to see subtitles in English or possibly other languages. The translation is computer generated with errors, but easily understood.

To Alex:
I am impressed with your work and the jigs you made to build this project. What a great gift for your sons! Based on your beautiful gift, people may ask you to adopt them. :-)

Spaciba!
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Very nice!

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Restoring the Old Soviet Screwdriver

This screwdriver is from my childhood, and I used it to take apart my first bike. Although I had wrenches, I couldn't put the little bike back together. Now I was very happy to see this screwdriver among my mother's things. We have so few old things and their return to us, returns our memories and we ourselves go back to our past. This is priceless. Now this screwdriver has a new story and with it a new story has appeared in my life and in the lives of my sons. One day they will find it again among my things and remember this year, this time.




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This screwdriver is from my childhood, and I used it to take apart my first bike. Although I had wrenches, I couldn't put the little bike back together. Now I was very happy to see this screwdriver among my mother's things. We have so few old things and their return to us, returns our memories and we ourselves go back to our past. This is priceless. Now this screwdriver has a new story and with it a new story has appeared in my life and in the lives of my sons. One day they will find it again among my things and remember this year, this time.


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Fantastic job on your screwdriver and a warm story to go with it. If it were mine I would never use it again, I would make a display case for it. Thanks for sharing.

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post #7 of 17 Old 05-16-2020, 03:31 PM Thread Starter
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You guessed Big Jim, Im just doing such a thing now. I'll show it in four weeks. I invite to the premiere. You have the first row!
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Hi guys!

Last year I made furniture for a children's room. From the remaining materials, I decided to make shelves for books. It turned out six hexagonal shelves. Material - chipboard, MDF, laminated plastic. Painting with car enamel and varnish.


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Wow! I am impressed.

I confess. I wasn't going to bother with the video until I noticed the angled hangers and wondered whether you bought them or made them. As I said, wow!
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post #10 of 17 Old 05-24-2020, 04:40 AM Thread Starter
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You praise me a lot. From this I can become lazy. And I'm not lazy, I like to work with my hands, so there is something interesting in each of my videos. Watch my videos, I will upload photos too.
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Alex - you continue to impress us with your craftsmanship.
thank you for taking the time to make your videos.

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Shelf for storing wine " Bottle"

Roomy wall shelf for storing wine and seducing guests to wine drinking. Holds seven bottles. This is the first shelf for storing wine from a series that I made earlier this year. The initial design is clean lines, a minimum of detail. It was this shelf that gave me an impetus for other similar shelves.




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Handles-roof rails for wardrobes

Last year I made furniture for the children's room. There were not enough original handles for my project. I couldn't buy these pens, so I made them myself. Handles made of MDF, lined with laminated plastic of the same design as the material for the Cabinet.




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Case for an old screwdriver

This screwdriver from my childhood, with its help I disassembled my first great. Now I restored it and she looks so good that I will not work for her. I made a case for my screwdriver. If this is no longer an instrument, then let it become an interior item. In a case made of plexiglass, wood and metal, my screwdriver looks like a toy model. Model of my desire for creation.


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DIY wine shelf. Home mini bar Moon.

The story of how the сrescent moon is born from the "solar" disk and what happens then.


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Organizer for storing things in a chest of drawers

Greetings!

Now in my closet, order will reign once and for all. I will keep my things neat and easy to reach. Everything is in sight and at hand. The organizer - divider made of oak slats for the chest of drawers is a new project and my next step towards modernizing furniture and organizing storage.

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I like the way your mind works Alex
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