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As fences age, they start to fall apart and generally look pretty decrepit. I found that although the boards are very old (up to 50 years in some cas...
In this step, an old time hutch unit is built. I didn't even make plans, just figured out what I wanted and started cutting. Some boards were ripped...
Here I've shown some close-ups of the construction methods I used. In just a few hours of work I was able to make these very useful pieces of furnitu...
In this step, a small table is made to accommodate my router table. Following the same construction steps, this is an easily made table and takes a m...
Here, a bench is made to hold my cutoff or miter saw. This is one of the most used tools I have, and is indispensible for many projects. It is very ...
I made this gate out of reused lumber. The cross braces were cut on the miter saw. Prior to having this saw, this project would have been difficult ...
These frames were cut from the same cedar boards used for the large projects. Very little goes to waste!
I make these signs out of reused fence boards! Fun!
A few additional, final projects completed using old fence boards. One picture is a display unit of shelves, and the other picture is of a planter.
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