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I built this video booth as a promotional tool for my CC-licensed novella, Boggle and Sneak, in which inventor trolls travel to our house in jury...
Panel dimensions: - Floor: 1/2" plywood, 40" x 48": standard GMA pallet size. - Ceiling: 3/8" plywood, 40" x 48" - Side Walls: 3/8" plywood, 40" x 82"...
Our house came with a free-standing workshop containing a potter's wheel, a kiln and (most importantly) a wood stove.
The floor panel is the top of the pallet. The rails are 2x4's. The cross-members are 1x4's. Everything is held together with deck screws.
The stringers are 2x2's except for the door stringers, which are 2x4's. I cut the vertical stringers full-length, and cut the horizontal stringers to ...
Drill 5/16" holes to accommodate 1/4" carriage bolts.
The stringers are attached to the panels with deck screws.
Get a helper to help you balance everything, then bolt everything together using carriage bolts, washers and wing nuts.
Shim the door into position, and install the hinges. The hinges are screwed in on the door side and bolted in on the frame side.
Use the template and instructions that came with the knob. You'll need a hole saw and a spade bit.
I used a carton of inexpensive no-nail, no-glue, snap-together laminate flooring. I cut the pieces to length with a chop saw. You want to monkey with ...
Before we paint the ceiling, we want to install T-nuts for the Vaporproof light and cut the hole for the ceiling light box.
I rolled the celing with water-based latex primer, then taped the edges, then rolled it again with a mix of primer and Sand-Tex.
I mixed some green paint and some primer, then dabbed the walls with a paint-soaked rag until I had to go ice my arm.
I mitered the molding with the chop saw (not your best option for a pro-quality job) and glued it to the walls with construction cement.
Size the prompt box to contain your flatscreen monitor, a sheet of one-way glass held at forty-five degrees to the monitor and a camera staring throug...
The prompt box bolts onto a U-shaped frame of 2x2's that are deck-screwed onto the left-hand wall. A window is cut in the wall, inside this frame. I c...
Prime Prompt Box
Flat black inside, high-gloss Carnival Red outside.
I bought a nice-looking picture frame to frame the window. I attached it using construction cement.
Install Ceiling Light
Install Vaporproof Light
Otherwise what's the point?
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