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I modified it half way through so it would be more accurate. Good eye!
I like the idea of the brushes. Rails I think are the way to go. If it redesign it, it will definitely have rails. Thanks for sharing your thoughts!
Youre very welcome!
Yes, it's a pretty big table. Check out the corresponding blog post for dimensions and the exact tools I used!
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If you could have them meet in the middle, just buy two sets of the hanging brackets and build your doors accordingly
If the piece doesn’t sit flat (wobbles a bit) then it will move when you are flattening it. It needs to be sturdy and not move for a good outcome
Wow this would be super interesting to see! Let me know if you do it!
Yes, that was the first design. I changed it to make it easier to level. It was just the only picture I had to show the shimming.
Yes, if i ever make a new one - it will have a design like that!
Thanks! Let me me know how it turns out!
Such a good idea!
Awesome! Can't wait to hear how it turns out.
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Good tip 👍🏻
Yes I lucked out. Made it so simple!
Wow, 7 is a lot - I’m sure it turned out great. I used my kreg to make every layer of the base to attach together to add stability. I guess I don’t have a picture of that process.And yes, I love the brad nailer - I use it ALL the time
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