A 60 inch Bath Vanity I designed and built for my daughter and son in law. The top is a simple white man made material, the faucets are Moen. They were purchased from Lowes. The wood is cherry and it is sealed with Minwax Polycrylic, no stain was used as cherry wood will darken with age. Most of the assembly was done with Kreg pocket screws.
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Obviously for pocket joinery having the wood pieces cut square is critical to having a good joint. This minimizes the likelihood of overtightening screws, as well giving a stronger more attractive joint. Does anyone routinely measure the angle of…Continue
I'm building the top to my Big Green Egg table out of 2x4 cedar boards (ripped on each side to get a straight edge). I've got all my pocket holes drilled....but I'm struggling with what size screw to use.Based on Kreg's suggestions the screw length…Continue
Hello All - I'm looking for a plan for a puzzle caddy to replace the frail cardboard ones we've used in the past...large main area and two smaller sorting/storing trays. If anyone has such a plan or has seen one someplace, I'd love to hear about…Continue
Started by R.J. Foster in Miscellaneous Dec 4.
Hi Everyone,I appreciate all the threads on the community. I've got to use this more, you guys are great.I got my hands on some beautiful ambrosia poplar, 2 inches thick, that I want to join for a desk/counter top. Using the 2.5 inch screws and…Continue
The first thing I will do is set price aside and focus on the tool and why I bought the Domino.
I have orders for a few dining tables and chairs. I have made one prototype chair, while I have all the tools to make angled…Continue
Posted by justin waldron on April 2, 2018 at 5:46am
I have built many kitchens and finally decided to buy the Foreman, because my latest kitchen consisted of 28 cabinets and I was over my hand hurting from all the drilling, moving the clamp etc., it seemed like a smart choice.