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26 minutes ago, Dadio said:

 

I thought this might be of interest to someone.

 

that's be me...

nice work Herb...

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Very nice Herb. Beautiful dovetails and a novel solution for her request.

Thanks for taking the time to share the idea and finished product.

 

BTW. that is a great looking bench brush too.:P I have several just like it.  We must shop at the same place...I think mine were $1.99/ea with a coupon and I got a free flashlight.:rolleyes:

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13 minutes ago, Grandpadave52 said:

Very nice Herb. Beautiful dovetails and a novel solution for her request.

Thanks for taking the time to share the idea and finished product.

 

BTW. that is a great looking bench brush too.:P I have several just like it.  We must shop at the same place...I think mine were $1.99/ea with a coupon and I got a free flashlight.:rolleyes:

I didn't get the flashlight,darn. Every time I go to HF ,I throw one in the basket. They are so handy, must have a half dozen, can't seem to find them when I want them so just blow the sawdust onto the floor with the HF air nozzle.

 

I did the dovetails on the router table. I used the largest DT bit I had and backed it up with a backer board so it didn't blow out on my sliding table router table. Set the fence and ran the cross pieces thru upright cutting 1/2 the dove tail in the end, then turn 180deg. and cut the other side of the end. Flip over do the opposite end.

They are nice and snug

 

Herb

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Nice job, Herb. Simple and well thought out.

8 hours ago, Grandpadave52 said:

Very nice Herb. Beautiful dovetails and a novel solution for her request.

Thanks for taking the time to share the idea and finished product.

 

BTW. that is a great looking bench brush too.:P I have several just like it.  We must shop at the same place...I think mine were $1.99/ea with a coupon and I got a free flashlight.:rolleyes:

The boxy blue one or the little round black one? :rolleyes:

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2 hours ago, schnewj said:

 

Nice job, Herb. Simple and well thought out.

The boxy blue one or the little round black one? :rolleyes:

Don't have the round black one, several square blue ones, even a couple of red triangle lights.

I think Dave was referring to the Fox tail brushes. got a bunch of them.

Herb

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7 hours ago, schnewj said:

 

Nice job, Herb. Simple and well thought out.

The boxy blue one or the little round black one? :rolleyes:

All three...don't forget about the one you wear on your head.:P

Whoops, all four...forgot about the red triangular one.:D

 

Like Herb, I got a bunch of those bench brushes too. Luv 'em!

 

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