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seichhorn

Member Since: 06/2015

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  1. Comment Reply: 2 days ago
    Farkle Board : seichhorn
    Thanks! We enjoy it.
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    • Way to step up your family game nights! Looks awesome.
      By RYOBI Nation, on October 1, 2018
      • Thanks! We enjoy it.
        By seichhorn, on October 16, 2018
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  3. Comment Reply: 5 months ago
    Power Tool Wall : seichhorn
    Took time and a few disappointed looks from the wife for spending a little more than I was supposed to at Home Depot that day...but worth it when I look at my bench.
  4. Comment Reply: 5 months ago
    Power Tool Wall : seichhorn
    Glad you like it! I enjoyed making it!
  5. Comment Reply: 5 months ago
    Power Tool Wall : seichhorn
    Thanks! If you didn't already know, my favorite superhero is the Hulk...because of the green...just kidding, Hulk's behind a few others Captain America, Starlord and Thor...but that's an individual preference...
  6. Comment Reply: 5 months ago
    Power Tool Wall : seichhorn
    Thanks! I considered french cleats but already had the pegboard for the backer and it gave me a grid to mount my hangers to. I think mine worked rather nicely while saving me money by using the less-expensive pegboard over plywood.
  7. Comment Reply: 6 months ago
    Power Tool Wall : seichhorn
    I've been contemplating that and I think the favorite is going to be my brad nailer, a good second is probably my jig saw...but it's also kind of like you're asking me which child I like the most...
  8. Comment Reply: 6 months ago
    Power Tool Wall : seichhorn
    Depends on plane prices from Alaska to your home state...I can help you draw up plans and you can do it yourself...teach a man to fish and all...
  9. Comment Reply: 6 months ago
    Power Tool Wall : seichhorn
    Drawers are a tool's graveyard...i like seeing all I have. That way I don't overlook a great tool because I can't see it.
  10. Comment Reply: 6 months ago
    Power Tool Wall : seichhorn
    Got the round shields on ebay and the middle one at amazon.
  11. Comment Reply: 6 months ago
    Power Tool Wall : seichhorn
    Thanks! I had fun organizing and the shields help keep my work area/man cave grounded!
  12. Comment: 6 months ago
    End table
    She's currently unsure whether to finish or not. I'll see if I can get an "in place" picture sometime. Thanks!
    By seichhorn
  13. Comment Reply: 7 months ago
    Pallet wall shelving unit : seichhorn
    Made it for and with a friend that just got his first house and doesn't have a lot of his own tools. If I win this month's competition, I am going to get him his own set of Ryobi tools...plus maybe one tool for me...
  14. Comment Reply: 7 months ago
    Garage corner workstation : seichhorn
    Most used would probably be the Drill and Impact driver, not sure which is the most used out of those two. After that, I'd go with Jigsaw, Circularsaw, Brad Nailer and Sander...those are my most used.
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    • Really nice setup and organization! Looks like you have quite a few RYOBI tools! Which is your most used?
      By RYOBI NATION, on March 7, 2018
      • Most used would probably be the Drill and Impact driver, not sure which is the most used out of those two. After that, I'd go with Jigsaw, Circularsaw, Brad Nailer and Sander...those are my most used.
        By seichhorn, on March 9, 2018
      • Nice! We are glad to have you as part of RYOBI Nation! Keep building!
        By RYOBI NATION, on March 12, 2018
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  16. Comment Reply: 8 months ago
    Dining Table : seichhorn
    I'm in Alaska and I talked to a local lumber mill where I got Alaska Spruce. I have 36 inch wood clamps to hold the wood together while I kreg'd it together then I routed the edges with my ONE+ router and a roundover bit.
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    • We think this is so cool! We have never seen anything quite like this. Unique!
      By RYOBI NATION, on March 2, 2018
      • Made it for and with a friend that just got his first house and doesn't have a lot of his own tools. If I win this month's competition, I am going to get him his own set of Ryobi tools...plus maybe one tool for me...
        By seichhorn, on March 28, 2018
      • That's so nice of you to help a friend out! Ryobi tools make the best gifts...for a friend or yourself!
        By RYOBI NATION, on March 29, 2018
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    • We think it looks great even without a stain!
      By RYOBI NATION, on January 30, 2018
      • I'm planning on building my own furniture for an off-grid cabin in the not-too-distant future so I'm testing my skills.
        By seichhorn, on February 1, 2018

    • What kind of wood did you use for the top? How did you get edges to be so tight or did you fill in cracks with something?
      By Klstein6, on February 9, 2018
      • I'm in Alaska and I talked to a local lumber mill where I got Alaska Spruce. I have 36 inch wood clamps to hold the wood together while I kreg'd it together then I routed the edges with my ONE+ router and a roundover bit.
        By seichhorn, on March 5, 2018
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    • Great job making a piece that is functional and that also has a lot of storage!
      By RYOBI NATION, on January 30, 2018

    • Looks great, nice work.
      By grover959, on February 10, 2018
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    • Very resourceful AND functional!
      By SA1STHOME, on February 11, 2018
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    • Great build! Very efficient use of space.
      By RYOBI NATION, on November 14, 2017

    • Nice work, I really like the compact and versatile design.
      By grover959, on November 17, 2017
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    • "Coming along nicely" is an understatement! It's hard to believe this is the same space; what a perfect combination of storage and working space. Great work!
      By RYOBI Nation, on June 21, 2016
      • Thanks :) I'm doing my best and getting what I want out of the work. I have a little more work to do but it's been enjoyable. My immediate next step is cubbies on top of my workbench to house all my Ryobi One+ Tools...which I love! I MIGHT even do it this weekend so, I might have an update soon!
        By seichhorn, on June 21, 2016
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