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The angle for all the cuts was 110° which I think gave it a nice mid-century look without being too difficult to implement or looking unstable.

All cuts for the joinery and dados were done by slowly slicing away with my radial arm saw. It took a bit of planning for me to pay attention to the direction I was making the cut so the two halves would align properly

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the monitor stand is really cool. did you build the speaker boxes as well?
 

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That looks great. Nice wood.
 

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1 of the nicest monitor stand I have ever seen
1 - did you build speaker enclosures ?

2 - whats in the locked chest ?

GREAT JOB :<))
 

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Cool look and the wood grain is terrific
 

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GR8HUNTER & Notw: I did make the speaker enclosures. Though I'm not nearly as proud of them, they were primarily made on my CNC. They came out fairly well, but I definitely learned things about using my CNC in the process and will do things differently next time around.

And GR8HUNTER, regarding the locked chest: nice try FBI. Seriously though, I keep my embossers in there along with some emergency cash
 
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