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  1. Military Shadow Box Table

    I made this table for my 1st Sergeant who retired after 29 years of military service in the USAF. Although this took a while to make, it was well worth the time and effort. It is made of red oak 1X material and oak ply finished with a few coats of minwax classic oak stain. This is a project I...
  2. AFSOC Military Shadow Box Table

    Lumber Jocks and Guests. Here is a Retirement Shadow Box Table I built for one of the AFSOC professionals here. It is made of solid poplar and birch plywood and stained with Rustoleum Kona stain. Hope you like it. Woody 1492
  3. Navy Seal Military Shadow Box Table

    Lumber Jocks and Guests, Here is a Retirement Shadow Box Table I built for one of the Navy Seals professionals. It is made of solid oak and oak plywood and stained with Rustoleum Kona stain. Hope you like it. Woody 1492
  4. Military Shadow Box Table Magazine Rack

    Lumber Jocks and Guests, Here is a Retirement Shadow Box Table I built for one of the Air Force professionals. It is made of solid poplar and birch plywood and stained with Rustoleum walnut stain. It is a variation of my first project I posted on Lumber Jocks. Hope you like it. Woody 1492
  5. Round Military Shadow Box Table

    Hey Fellow Lumber Jocks and Guests. This is my latest creation I made for a SMSgt who is retiring. She contacted me through this site. It proved to be quite a challenge, but the time and effort was worth it. The top and shelf is made from birch plywood; the legs are made by 3×3 poplar...
  6. Military Shadow Box Table Part II

    Hi fellow Lumberjocks and guests, This was my second shadow box table. It is made of solid walnut. This project took me about 100 hours to complete and I am extremely happy with the results as well as people who saw it at the retirement ceremony and most importantly, the person I made it...
  7. Wood & Lumber
    There is a business in my neighborhood that sells rough sawed lumber from recently felled trees. I would like to buy some of this lumber but I am not familiar with drying out wood. What type of structure can you use and how long should the wood (oak) dry?
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