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Eric Miller
  • Rockton, IL
  • United States
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Loft Bed plan
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  Once the weather here in northern IL begins to warm up a little I think this will be my next project.  I will be building a loft bed with a built in dresser.  My plan is to build it in 3 pieces so…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Eric Miller Apr 5, 2013.

My next project
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Started this discussion. Last reply by James Waller Sep 7, 2012.

Sports Jersey's framed and matted
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I have a couple of Jersey's I want to build nice display frames for.  Has anybody attempted this project and have any pointers they want to share?Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Carlos Sep 7, 2012.


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Which Kreg products do you own?
Kreg Jig® Jr.
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Beginning DIY'er

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At 6:42pm on January 28, 2012, Jon Doiron said…

Eric - Thanks for sharing your work.  You don't happen to have the dimensions that you used for all the pieces to this do you?  I am looking to build something for myself but don't really have the time or know-how to throw it together from scratch.  Thanks -- Jon

At 9:36am on October 25, 2011, Jay Boutwell said…

Eric, I viewed the three photos of your project and I see alot of promise here.  It shows that you definately have the ability to make a desk to be not only of quality but also well designed.  You are taking into consideration the fact that a computer needs air to cool and then making the monitor area large enough for about anything you desire to use, but also enough room to expand to something even much larger.  This is planning and  shows that you are thinking your design  ahead.  I have seen many of which have been made that just do not work out well as they are built a certain size because that is what someone else has or a store offers this size and a thus is built without taking in all the considerations needed.

This is one of the wonderful things about wood, as you are not limited to a certain size or design.  The ability to build your own without copying something is what makes you a craftsman and sets your project apart for others.  I like your approach and looking forward to seeing the finished project. Thank you for sharing your work. 


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Pantry slides for heavy application

  Recently purchased two 96" tall pantry cabinets that are 23" deep that only came with two adjustable shelves and two fixed, (one at about 55" and one at the very bottom).  Shelf holes in the walls are drilled 2" O.C.  Like most store-bought…Continue

Tags: drawer, slides, pantry, pull-out, 75-Lb

Started by Paul Coon in General Woodworking Aug 11.

Miter Saw Recommendation 1 Reply

I’m looking to upgrade my miter saw. I’m willing to invest a good amount of money to get one with the precision pocket hole joinery requires. Would anyone like to offer a recommended model?

Started by Joe Racz in Beginners' Zone. Last reply by Scott Davison Oct 6.

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