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Marvinonme

Member Since: 11/2016

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    • Could you please give details on the type and thickness of wood used? Looks very nice, would like to give it a try.
      By MtlTidBits, on November 19, 2016
      • 3/4 inch Birch plywood from Home Depot. Birch iron on edge banding as well. I used a Walnut color stain to give it the period look. Fastened with Kreg pocket-hole joinery and then pluged the holes also. Thanks MtlTidBits and good luck!
        By Marvinonme, on November 19, 2016

    • Awesome turn out! This modern design looks really great- love the blending of mid-century elements. It looks great in the space.
      By RYOBI Nation, on November 21, 2016
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    • Great work on this. Very good way to protect an old and valuable piece of equipment.
      By RYOBI Nation, on November 21, 2016

    • Thanks. Now I just have to learn how to cook with it. I'm a Traeger guy.
      By Marvinonme, on November 21, 2016
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    • I'm new to working with wood and tools needed. I wish you had a video or pictures showing how you made this.
      By Nrkillion, on November 20, 2016
      • Sorry I don't. Always wish I had when I'm done. I cut the door length wise and used one side for the top. I used a jigsaw to get the surfboard shape. I then cut the other side in several pieces and glued them together to get longer pieces. I then used the jigsaw again to get the shape for the legs. I did have to buy a 1x6 poplar board for the middle shelf, mostly for stabilization.
        By Marvinonme, on November 20, 2016

    • This is so cool! What a creative way to make use of your solid door- so much better than letting it go to waste. This is an awesome design- the way you did the legs really ties the entire piece together!
      By RYOBI Nation, on November 21, 2016

    • Thanks. It was fun to do.
      By Marvinonme, on November 21, 2016
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    • Way to go! Looks awesome and organized.
      By RYOBI Nation, on October 4, 2018

    • Great idea
      By JJbuilds, on October 9, 2018
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