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  1. General Woodworking Discussion
    So my father thinks it will be OK to rip down 2x4 lumber on a table saw, with the "4 in." side against the fence, into quarters. Hypothetically resulting in 4 skinny pieces that are about 4 inches wide and of any given length. Am I wrong that this sounds bad?
  2. Design & Plans
    Building a set of shelves (6' long, 2½' wide, 4' tall) and have pressure treated 4x4s as the legs with non-pressure treated 2x4's for the rest of the frame. I've scoured the net trying to find some decent ways to connect the 2x4's to the legs and can't seem to find any decent examples that will...
  3. Hand Tools
    I'm new at carpentry but would like to think I'm learning fairly quickly. My latest task for myself is figuring out the best way to connect the two ends of two 2x4s by simple butt joint at a 90 degree angle. This seems simple enough but my project calls for the 2x4s to have the 3 1/2" wide faces...
  4. Project Showcase
    2x4 End Table. Fun to put together.
  5. Design & Plans
    Hi Folks, First off I've never done any woodworking before so please forgive any dumb questions or mistakes. The bed I'm sleeping on right now is a very cheap, full-size, platform style bed and I really want to have something more robust and aesthetically pleasing. I've been playing around in...
  6. General Woodworking Discussion
    I've just been given 6 10ft mahogany unfinished 2x4s. What would you suggest I do with them?
  7. Project Showcase
    Hey everyone! First post here and looking forward to learning a lot from everyone. I bought my first house a year ago and finally have the space needed to make a workshop of sorts. First things I started doing were actually building the items or furniture necessary to work on future projects. I...
  8. Design & Plans
    Looking for ideas to build a garden bench from just 2x4's. Any idears? Thanks
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