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  1. Have anyone seen or had any experiences with the corner dowel kit shown in the AD? It looks good, but does not say if it requires a special drill or if you must drill from both sides to prevent splits or chips when the drill exits. Another question: Can it be used on picture frames?
  2. This is my first woodworking project for 2019 and one that I had planned last year, or maybe even 2017. If all goes well this will be a small table fitted for a corner in the upstairs bathroom that we remodeled two years ago. I made the vanity for that remodel, and this table will (hopefully) match and compliment the vanity. I made a cardboard template so that I could get the size I wanted and determine how it might look using some of the scraps left from the remodel. It is approx. 34" across the front and approx. 24" on the sides. Made from red oak, and it will have an oak plywood lower shelf. The progress so far is to glue up the leg blanks, cut and shape them. The pieces for table top have been cut out and glued up. And the top aprons have been glued up. Will likely spend a good bit of today sanding. I may get the top aprons attached. A couple pics showing pieces and parts.
  3. Pretty cool and quick way to make a simple drawer https://www.wwgoa.com/video/posthaste-projects-instant-drawer-008593/?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=organic&utm_campaign=A5439&vsoid=A5439
  4. Guys, this is the next project on the list. It's a corner cabinet it will be 28" tall and about 18" wide, I have sketched out a full size drawing with the corner angles does this look like the best way to build this unit?
  5. The recent discussion about boxes reminded me of a technique for getting a grain flow around all 4 corners of a box. If you just cut sequential sides, you will get a match on only three corners. If you have some really figured grain, this method will show an even flow around each corner. Technique Pick a board that's at least as long as the distance across the front and one side, plus a little for joints and cuts. Re-saw the piece down the middle and open up like a book. You will now have two boards where A & B edges are matching side grain (mirror images). Pick whichever you like for the top and bottom edge. +----------------------------------------------+ | a | | b | <-- inside face +----------------------------------------------+ +----------------------------------------------+ | b | <-- inside face | | a | +----------------------------------------------+ Cut the pieces as shown +-----------------^ up------------------------+ | Front | Right | | | side | +----------------------------------------------+ +----------------------------------------------+ | Left | Back | | side | | +-------------- v up ------------------------+ You will now have grain flowing seamlessly around all 4 corners.
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