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Jonny

Member Since: 03/2013

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    • I forgot to add that I used my Ryobi biscuit joiner to join together the side and end pieces.
      By Jonny, on March 27, 2013

    • Looks great. I need to build one like that for me.
      By AZHawg, on March 30, 2013

    • Did you use 1X8s for the sides and top?
      By AZHawg, on March 30, 2013

    • I use whatever happens to be the most cost effective whenever I go to purchase lumber. We own and operate Nocona Casket Company (on Facebook), you can see us on Facebook. So we check prices to see where we can cut costs all the time. On that particular unit, I used 1x12s on the sides and 1x8s on the top.
      By Jonny, on March 31, 2013

    • That's really cool. I've built Halloween caskets but never a REAL one!
      By Evil Bob, on April 2, 2013

    • Thanks Evil Bob! You can build your own and save it for when the time comes. Or you can find someone like us who builds them. It is a job that I really enjoy!
      By Jonny, on April 2, 2013

    • Thanks to everyone who has voted for our project. You can see more of them on Facebook at Nocona Casket Company.
      By Jonny, on April 5, 2013

    • LOVE these! So glad that I joined today and came across your company.
      By reveilletx, on April 28, 2013

    • Our units are available to anyone, if you are interested in them, please feel free to contact us. We can even personalize them with your own quilt or colors with some notice.
      By Jonny, on April 28, 2013

    • I did send you an email requesting brochures. Thank you.
      By reveilletx, on April 28, 2013

    • I will get it out in tomorrow's mail. Thanks!
      By Jonny, on April 28, 2013
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    • This is very nice. Tell me, my plans are to be cremated. Do you turn vessels? Since I'v always worked with my hands, I'd rather have a nice simple wooden urn?
      By LUGMARIO, on May 7, 2013

    • I am sorry, I don't currently have a lathe. We have built some square wooden urns in the past.
      By Jonny, on May 7, 2013

    • I have a lathe but it frightens me to run. I had a pretty bad accident with it. I never thought about building a box urn. Great idea!
      By LUGMARIO, on May 7, 2013

    • This is a cedar casket that we constructed in our casket business. Recently, I found the new Ryobi Cordless Finish Nailer. We are looking forward to using it for construction of caskets, currently we are using it in our construction business. I highly recommend the cordless nailer to anyone who currently is using an air-driven finish nailer!
      By Jonny, on June 4, 2013
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    • This photo is the work in progress, once it is completed, I will post another photo.
      By Jonny, on May 28, 2013


    • Thanks! We are very proud of our new Ryobi Cordless Finish Nailer! It has made this project a whole lot easier since we don't have to keep pulling on the air hose!
      By Jonny, on May 30, 2013

    • Looking forward to seeing the end results. Keep up the great work!
      By Nic7117, on June 3, 2013

    • Thanks!
      By Jonny, on June 4, 2013

    • Our loft area has changed from what is shown in the photo. The owner wanted it to be more open, so we took the siding back down to floor level and trimmed it out. They are going to construct a metal handrail to install there. He, the owner, saw my Ryobi Cordless Finish Nailer and had to have one for himself. I like mine so much, I am thinking that we may need two! If you haven't tried it yet, you should, so far, I highly recommend it!
      By Jonny, on June 4, 2013
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    • Hello! If you are currently dragging around that old finish nailer with a hose attached, check this out! We used the new Ryobi 18 GA. Cordless Nailer on this project. It worked great and it highly recommended! I was concerned about run time and standing up to the challenge. After we finished, I am sold! In fact, I may be going back to get another one so I can have two!
      By Jonny, on June 21, 2013

    • Also, the time slot on this project says 6 hours, it was 6 weeks. We installed the car siding on the walls, bead board on the ceiling and the cabinets.
      By Jonny, on June 21, 2013


    • Thanks LIVE TO RIDE!
      By Jonny, on July 2, 2013
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