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DIY Cubby Organization System

The toys...they needed a home! I used some free plans from ana-whtie.com and then I tweaked them in order to create both units from ONE sheet of plywood. You can see my puzzle piece diagram and how to cut it on my blog post: http://wp.me/p1SSXe-2xG

I am ready to go build about 4 more of these units and some additional cubby blocks to stack on top!

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caesarm

how do you like the Kreg Rip-cut? I am thinking of buying it at the very least to make accurate cuts on plywood for larger sizes when I cant rip it on my smaller table saw. Worth it?


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@Caesarm, I love it! I have a tendency to curve right at the end of all my straight cuts and the Rip Cut helps me to stay straight and square. It's really easy to use as well! I have a small table saw also and haven't used it since I got the Rip Cut. I totally think it's worth it!



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