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timmay1

Member Since: 02/2018

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  1. Comment Reply: about 1 year ago
    Band Saw stand/organizer. : timmay1
    Thank you very much.  :)

  2. Comment Reply: about 1 year ago
    Band Saw stand/organizer. : timmay1
    Thank you very much.   :) 
  3. Comment Reply: about 1 year ago
    Band Saw stand/organizer. : timmay1
    26" tall, 14 1/2" wide, 14" deep. With band saw, it stands 55" tall.   😁
  4. Comment: about 1 year ago
    JB's side table
    That is awesome!!  I love using off the rack materials. Just to prove that it IS good enough for projects other than construction. 
    By timmay1
  5. Comment: about 1 year ago
    Bourbon Barrell Coffee Table
    Love it!!!  
    By timmay1
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    • What a neat organizer! How tall does this stand?
      By RYOBI NATION, on August 7, 2018
      • 26" tall, 14 1/2" wide, 14" deep. With band saw, it stands 55" tall.   😁
        By timmay1, on August 7, 2018

    • Real nice..
      By Godsent, on August 14, 2018
      • Thank you very much.   :) 
        By timmay1, on September 5, 2018

    • This is awesome bud
      By AlexGear, on August 30, 2018
      • Thank you very much.  :)

        By timmay1, on September 5, 2018

    • What brand/color was used to match, looks awesome!!!
      By iamjunior75, on February 7, 2019
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  7. Comment Reply: over 1 year ago
    Herringbone Coffee Table : timmay1
    Using the router and sled combination to flatten all the pieces to the same height, was probably the most difficult task of the project. 

  8. Comment: over 1 year ago
    Bathroom remodel
    WOW!!  Just WOW!!
    By timmay1
  9. Comment: over 1 year ago
    Farmhouse Coffee Table
    Looks great!!!
    By timmay1
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    • Thanks for your thorough details! What was the toughest part of this piece?
      By RYOBI NATION, on June 19, 2018
      • Using the router and sled combination to flatten all the pieces to the same height, was probably the most difficult task of the project. 

        By timmay1, on June 19, 2018
      • Well your hard work paid off!
        By RYOBI NATION, on June 20, 2018
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