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Picturers 1 & 2 are of an outfeed table I made for my Grizzly 10" cabinet saw.
Picture 3 is a movable router table.
Picturers 4 & 5 are my hand at model making. This is a 1917 Ford Pickup Truck. The neighbor down the street is really big on model making and he said I might like doing something like this.
Picture 6 is a portable Wii cabinet my friend and I made for the a group of disabled patients. The government gave them 2 units and they had a place for a stationary unit but need a moveable cabinet.

I made the mistake of trying to refinish one of the cabinet doors in our kitchen and didn't match the 35 year old stain very well and now I have 43 more to do according to my wife along with 14 drawers.

Thats all for now.

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Wow Dean thats a great group of projects we done
 

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Nice looking shop shop projects. Your truck and cabinet looks great. Thanks for posting.

God Bless
tom
 

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Great stuff Dean. I love the truck!

The cabinet for the router table is well planned and is a neat addition to the router station.

Thanks for sharing your efforts with us.
 

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Very nice work. Very cool gesture of kindness. And, very neat truck.
 

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Wow Nice group of projects love the toy truck. do the kids get to play with them?
 

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Dean they all look great.

My favorite is the truck, I love the details.
 

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welcome to lumberjocks…great project postings
 

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Love the outfeed table…definately need one for my saw.
 

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Nice work. I'd love having an outfeed table like that! Would like to see how it's attached to your table.
Joe
 

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JoeC61,
The table is attached to a 5" wide by 2" thick laminated maple strip to the top of the saws fence rail. The strip closest to the blade had to be routed to fit on top. If you need the plans, I can email them to you
 
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