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02-28-2020 11:27 PM

Topic tags/keywords: devlin pine tablesaw sander drill press drill-driver sanding joining rustic tool box carpenter

Devlin is a young man that lives nearby that has shown an interest in woodworking. Here is one of his first projects – the classic carpenter’s tool box.

Devlin and his tool kit.


Naturally I had to seed the tool kit …

-- The hump with the stump and the pump!


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#1 posted 02-28-2020 11:31 PM

Nicely done Devlin.
You’re a good man MadMark!

-- A bad day woodworking is still better than a good day working.

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#2 posted 02-29-2020 01:10 AM

Good for you to take the time to pass on some skills!

-- Steve - Impatience is Expensive

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#3 posted 02-29-2020 04:07 AM

Good on you for mentoring Devlin.

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#4 posted 02-29-2020 06:19 AM

Congrats Devlin. Make sure to scuff sand the ends of the boards. I can see splinters in a close up pic. If you carry it under your arm like in the pic, that is a BAD way to find a splinter. Plus it’s tender under your arm, hurts worse than a finger.

Good on you for finding a student Mark.

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#5 posted 02-29-2020 02:54 PM

Good work both of you!

-- Your life's purpose may be to serve as a warning to others. --Mike

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#6 posted 02-29-2020 03:04 PM

Congratulations on first of what I’m sure will be many. Remember what you learned on this one, and learn a bit more on the next.

TheRealSteveN mentioned the splinters on the end. Next project, learn about “easing” the corners. It will make handling easier on the hands.

-- Thanks, Steve

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