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Nice job.One suggestion would be to run a housing trench around the bottom of each side before assembly so that the bottom plywood is included at the assembly stage (and ensures the box is square) You would lose your flat table top (which you could keep with a rebate rather than a trench) If you want feet and stacking ability (also trading your completely flat top), it would be easier to just glue in some feet in the corners
Much simpler and cheaper if you have access to cheap barrels is to let some water into each barrel until you have the boancy/freeboard you want.
How much of that could you do ahead of time (and refrigerate/freeze the dough ready to bake)Seems you'd have to get up awful early for breakfast croissnts otherwise!
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Very niceMight I suggest you are making work for yourself cutting all the pieces to size and then assembling? (For instance the leg elements could have been made much longer and then cut to length using a stop block and your table sled)Similarly nail and glue saves the trouble, overkill and expense of screws - and still plenty strong.Perhaps the ends of the bottom pieces in a shallow dado trench
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Very nice.Google doesn't offer enough detail for what I need (a contour map/model of my next property down to 1 metre elevation slices)I bought the Pro version of this a while back;https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=gr.s...- but have only played with it a bit so farIf you ever grab it and can produce a step by step for a non tech head ... drop me a line!
Damn! ;)It really is a pretty cool tool (and from memory I only got the (cheap) Pro version because I thought the developer should be rewarded - the free app would probably do all you need.90m? I'm not looking for land that is even half 90m top to bottom! :)Thanks anyway.