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A different type of wood
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Have any of you Kreg woodworkers ever used Aspen?I noticed that they now carry it at my local big box store. I did a little reading on it and it sounds like what I amlooking for to make some cabinet…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Phil Howard Jun 2, 2010.

 

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Which Kreg products do you own?
Kreg Jig® Master System
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Moderate Woodworker

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At 9:58am on April 12, 2010, Jocelyn Barber said…
THANKS FOR THE ENCOURAGEMENT:)
At 10:12am on March 3, 2010, LAURIE ALICEA said…
Hey Anthony, Thanks for the MSG! I hope to upload some pictures soon of the deck my husband and I have done. Again Thank You for offering help if need it! Good Luck on your projects!!!
At 3:59pm on March 2, 2010, Ted W. Broussard said…
Anthony, thanks for the compliment regarding the closet storage....it was built with pre-finished birch plywood. I used 3/4" material for the carcass, doors, drawer fronts and shelves, 1/2" for the drawer sides, and 1/4" for the drawer bottoms. I used the iron-on (unfinished) veneer edging. I just recently discovered that you can even get that stuff with a finish!
At 4:32pm on February 24, 2010, Anthony Lanting said…
Not interested in this item to make and sell but was interested in how you priced them. When I make something and a friend sees it they ask "How much would you sell that for?"- and I am always at a loss. Most of what I make is one-of-a-kind and for my own pleasure, which is hard to put a price on.
At 12:12pm on February 24, 2010, Larry Barnett said…
I've only sold my cornhole boards to Friends, Family, and neighbors. I've looked online at sites that sell them and shipping is around $49.00 or more. I've sold mine at $60.00 to $90.00. Plus bags at $15.00 to $20.00 a set of 8. I did sell some to a consignment shop and she sold them for $115.00. I also seen boards of less quailty at a craft show selling for $145.00. CornHole.com ships boards every where in the US. I would have to sell a large quantity to get a good shipping price.
At 8:26am on February 17, 2010, Veronica said…
Hi Anthony. Thanks for the compliment. Since I just starting building the cabinet, I'm okay with the MDF so far. I must admit though, it is heavy. But routing the profile around the edges was easy so for now I'm good with the MDF. Plus, since I painted the doors, which are the only parts that are made out of MDF, I hope I'll be okay! Take care!
At 11:09am on February 15, 2010, Antoine boyd said…
My pirogue was buile several years ago and had to be modified recently to add a stern to support a trolling motor. It is virgin. I like the photo of the white cabinet you built. My cats would use that for a water and food stand. I just finished building a heavy duty work station so that I won't have to use my table saw as one. My next project will to build an entertainment center to support a newly purchased LCD 60". After that, I plan to replace all my kitchen cabinets. And it goes on & on.
At 8:21am on February 5, 2010, Robert A. Schriner said…
I got the brand from Rockler woodworking. You fill out the form or call then and tell them what you want it to say and about two weeks later they send it out to you. You can get electric which is what I have or ones you have to torch.
 
 
 

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