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post #1 of 6 Old 05-23-2015, 09:44 AM Thread Starter
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Would be too difficult to make something like this?

Would be too difficult to make something like this?

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What do you think?

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Difficult but obviously not impossible. I believe it was made on a good size band saw by a skillful woodworker. Might that be you?

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Better question is do you understand what your looking at? Not difficult if you understand it, but very complicated if you don't. Patience would be the main key to this project.
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I think that's kind of neat!!!

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That is just too cool, reminds me of Disney's Beauty and the Beast from 90s.

Face wide enough board to mark and cut, hardest part, maybe strip lam sides into form or strip lam and steam into form.

Drawers can be cut via thick boards on BS to match curves.

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My first question to John3075 is what is the purpose of the link to Home Depot shed plans that requires an email address when they are available here as an accessible web site:

Second question would be who owns HomeDepotshedplansdotcom?

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