Tell us about yourself!
Smart Mirror by Raspberry Pi
Reclaimed Wood Mailbox
Concrete and Wood Slab Table
might be easier and safer to raise the work surfaces to standing height. Of course, I may just weigh too much. ;)
I made something similar out of scrap plywood to flatten a large sycamore round for a table. It was not nearly this pretty. One difficulty I had was that the router on its round base tended to chatter a bit as it slid through the slot. I thought to make a rectangular base for it to better fit into the slide would solve this problem but haven't had another project to test my theory.
Ultimate Battery Management Station
Carving a Workshop Stool With an Angle Grinder for Alec Steele
Comic Book LED Sign
RetroPie - Overclocked Raspberry Pi 3 for Video Game Emulation
Growing Termites for Feeding Chicken
Jack Sparrow Style Tricorn Hat in Leather for Under $30!
STARWARS - SNOWSPEEDER - SLED
Drum to Couch / Armchair
3 Simple STEM Boats
Tips and Tricks for a Perfect Road Trip
Convert a Washed Up Shuttle Bus Into the Ultimate Family Adventure Mobile
For those familiar with Ultrasound imaging, this is similar to M-Mode for visual light.
Outgrown T-shirt Grocery Bag Tote
Custom Tool Wall
The Ski Sled
Bottle Opener With Magnetic Top Catcher
Cedar Strip Canoe
Building a Cedar Strip Canoe in My Garage
Seriously Good Quiche Muffins
How to Make a Bow Sander
How to Hand Cut Dovetails
Lord of the Rings Wooden Sword
How to Re-Engineer Paper Back into Wood
3 Useful Things From an Old Laptop
Slow Dance - A Fusion of Art and Magic
Self Assembling Bicycle
The scraps or the chair? Looks pretty comfortable to me... Comments are supposed to be constructive or positive.
Another option would be to place notches at intervals, rather than sliding.
The Viking Chair
Oak and Walnut Trestle Table