This child's learning tower uses a variety of woodworking techniques including mortise and tenon and pocket hole joinery. Detailed instructions can be found on the Instructables.com website (search build a learning tower).
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Kent I consider it an honor to be a friend with a fellow craftsman. I am stunned with the quality of your furniture. It is absoulutely beautiful. You have some excellent designed furniture and each one is displaying some fine craftsmanship. Every line of the design becomes an art by the flow of the wood grain. This is something that many have problems with yet your talents captures it well, Thank you for extending your friendship.
G'day,I am a new member to the forum, although I have had the pocket jointer for a number of years, I just didn't get around to joining you.Anyhow - my wife and I are in the process of downsizing [in fact we are currently building our 3rd "Last…Continue
I am using Danny Proulx book on shop workstations. I am deciding whether to use MDF or Melamine. He calls for MDF. However; I like the looks of the melamine. I am a little leery of using pocket holes for it. One of the main reasons is I have no…Continue
I really like the k5 it is faster to change from different size of screws. I hesitated to update because of some of the reviews about the dust collection hook up. That to me one of the improvements it works perfect no dust to cleanup .…