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I wanted to create toolbox that was strong, easy to build, cheap to produce and also had some style. But more than that, I wanted to use recycled ...
Although I used a bunch of different tools, this toolbox could be made using only a jig saw and drill. The material list is adaptable as well. I ...
What you want are: (3) pieces of wood that are the same width - (2) of those pieces should be the same length (ends) - (1) will be ...
I always pre-drill any spot a nail or screw will go into to ensure the wood doesn't split. Make sure the bit is slightly smaller than the fastener ...
I routed the edges with a chamfer bit. If I were to do this project again, I'd only do the top three edges of the end pieces--the edges ...
Pretty straight forward. Put fasteners (nails or screws) where the pilot holes are and squeeze the handle where handle holes are. I used nails for everything except the ...
I'm happy with the final product as it does everything I need it to do and accomplishes what I set out to do. But that doesn't mean it's ...
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