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  1. cant find one build one

    I am always proud to be a woodworker / handy guy, but sometimes it is really a blessing. Recently for work I had to install a patient management system in a laser suite. The company did not provide and method of housing the system, "just put it on the floor" in my eyes was not going to work. So...
  2. Office Suite

    I built this office set for the inglenook in our 100 year old farmhouse. The pieces are stained dark to match the trim in the house. I used pine lumber from home depot for its rustic appeal. There are a lot of imperfections in the wood and I didn't bother to fill or repair them. The main...
  3. Dimensional Furniture- Printer Stand

    I did not realize just how long it has been since I last built a piece of furniture for my office. My side table was built 1060 days ago. So it is with great pleasure I add another piece to my collection. The unit that served as my side table before my side table was relegated to being a printer...
  4. Solid Printer Stand

    This was an exercise in finger/box joints. I made a jig for a table router, by the 2nd test joint it was dialed in. The timber is 19mm (3/4") Meranti, also known as Pacific Maple. After gluing up the boards I hand planed them flat - that was my zen moment with this project. It was very...
  5. Inside-out Upside-down Printer Drawer

    To get our printer off the desktop, I mounted slides inside a drawer and flipped it over on top of this little file cabinet and set the printer on the drawer bottom. I even had room for a small pencil drawer. It turned out great with some careful measuring. Since it is an all-in-one printer...
  6. Stickley-Style Cabinet

    I built this cabinet for a friend who collects Stickley, but couldn't find a piece to fit a specific location in her office to serve as a printer stand. It was my first project where I started with rough lumber and went all the way through the process of milling, edge gluing to create wider...
  7. HP LaserJet 3P Stand (2004)

    This project helped organize the printer paper, held all the accessories, and was made from one 2' x 4' sheet of oak plywood.
  8. Printer stand

    I needed a printer stand for a rather large printer, so I designed this one. It isn't all that intricate, but it serves the purpose. Luckily, Bob A, my neighbor, had all of the tools that I needed to do the job. Thanks Bob for helping with the project, particularly the doors. It is the first...
  9. Printer Stand

    My friend asked if I could build him a simple printer stand that had a bit more elegance than the plastic or cheap wood ones. This is what we came up with. It's built from birch plywood and wrapped with hickory. Attached with 3 pocket screws on the inside of each leg. The back is open for...
  10. Rolling Printer Stand/File Cabinet

    This is my printer stand that I just completed. Its made of birch ply with iron-on edge banding which, incidentally, didn't take the stain so well and looks pretty sad. I made a lot of mistakes on this one, but I learned a lot as well, so I'll chalk it up as a victory.
  11. Printer Stand

    This is a project that I made a couple of years ago for our home office. We were running out of desk top space for our printers so I modified a Woodsmith file cabinet plan into a "double decker" printer stand. The materials are maple, birch plywood, and mahogany accents. It's made with mortise...
  12. Maple Printer Stand

    I nice little printer stand I designed and built. Solid maple top, sides, and drawer with maple ply interior shelves. You can read more about it in my blog on the subject. Sketchup plans and material list here: https://1drv.ms/f/s!Ak3MNCPBmYglgUGZs61TRNIrt_mO The plans and the actual...
  13. Printer stand

    Here is a printer stand I fined before the holidays. The pics stink but I din't feel like moving it to a more suitable location. It is contructed of red oak using motice and tenon contruction. I inlaid a band of walnut around the edge of the top.
  14. Blogs
    A Blank Slate Well in previous blog entries my office was converted to a swimming pool. It has now thourghly dried out and been repaired, my lovely wife finished painting it for me this past weekend (I am so glad she loves to paint). Next step is carpeting and some tile in the corner...
  15. Blogs
    Design stage There was a printer stand in the latest Wood magazine I received, and it inspired me to design one for our ink jet printer. I wanted it to match the existing furniture, which is a maple laminated particle board: So, over to Sketchup where I draw some designs and once I was...
  16. Blogs
    Fax/printer stand !From (Assembled and 1st stain coat)! This came about as an idea i had to get things off my office floor. Namely the printer and fax machine. Nothing fancy material or constructionwise. Just was feeling frisky. Soon to come, my reliable BT3000 gets a big brother, or more...
  17. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Hi all, I was just wondering where you find all this fantastic wood for these projects?
  18. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I was cutting some 2 inch thick purpleheart with my table saw and all of a sudden it went dead. I turned it off at the switch and extracted the partially cut wood and when I flip the switch again it won't even start; no noise, nothing. I checked to see if it was a mains fuse or a problem with...
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