Dave Talks #10: Prepping the mount board for structured wiring #2.

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Blog entry by dbhost posted 10-10-2016 12:40 AM 730 reads 0 times favorited 0 comments Add to Favorites Watch
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In this video I show the installed mount board, and give you a more visual representation of what I am trying to accomplish with this move. I didn’t mention it in the video, butt the pencil writing to the right of the board is where the farthest edge of the hutch will extend to.

Yes, admittedly it is very minimal woodworking involved, and contrary to the way the video looks, not everything is warped. It would appear that there is a lens distortion in my Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge. I need to get that taken care of…

More woodworking on this office remodel will be coming. Starting with something pretty simple, which is creating a single 4 drawer vertical filing cabinet out of 2 existing 2 drawer vertical units. They are late 90s vintage and are actual solid and plywood construction rather than the garbage MDF construction used these days… I will also be building a piano stand and bench for my wife’s digital piano to accomodate for her height (She’s a beautiful 5’ 0” tall) I don’t want to set her up with those tubular steel things as a wood base would give it the feel of a more heirloom quality instrument that might just stick around for a while…

If you have any questions about the technology just ask. As long as you aren’t going to poke about my security (not shown) I will be glad to answer any questions…

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