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At 5:11pm on March 18, 2016, RENNY said…
Great . Thanks for the picture. I like the finish.
At 3:58pm on March 18, 2016, RENNY said…
Hi David, awesome work. Can you send me a picture of the finished product.
At 6:37am on May 2, 2014, George Hamm said…

David, Thanks for the comment.  I enjoyed this project.  George

At 8:41pm on August 2, 2013, Louis Gaccione said…

I David.  Nice to meet ya.....

At 9:10am on August 2, 2013, Louis Gaccione said…

Beautiful work David, I like all the panels, what are they made of ? and do ya them floating .

At 5:10pm on July 1, 2013, Daniel Synnott said…
Thanks David..I sure will..
At 6:40pm on January 22, 2013, james wilhelm said…

David , this is an idea I came up with for mikes trash can  bin you are welcome to use it or any part of it , hope you can read my pic.!!!  I saw mikes post also and I am just trying to help out another wood worker !! I am not one of the best , but I keep on trying . I sent two pics. hope they come out and if you have any ? ,s on the trash bin  let me know , I will try to help out !!!!!!! Have a great day and keep showing your great projects , JIM

At 6:29pm on January 22, 2013, james wilhelm said…

At 9:25am on January 22, 2013, james wilhelm said…

David , the trash bin was a bought pattern from www.winfieldcollection.com.# cc26, about  $9.00 plus  shipping. I can give you basic dementions , top is 19 1/4 wide 12 1/2 deep , base is 18 1/4 w 12 3/4 d 31 3/4 high  , the draw is 5 " h and 16 5/8 w , trim on the top is 3 1/2 " h. It is a full size pattern . And you could use the kreg jig , hope this works for you , JIM

At 8:21am on January 22, 2013, michael evans said…

Hi david hows it going,have you finished your shop fitting out yet?Pretty cold here so shop door firmly shut when makin shavins ,have a good week regards MICK/ IN THE UK.

At 10:45pm on December 10, 2012, james wilhelm said…

David , thanks for the compliment on my storage  bench. The boards were used to make a box on top of a skid , 7 1/4 " wide 40 " long . They have metal brackets on the corners and the stack them on top of each other to make the box as high as they need !! I just take them home and cut the brackets off and sq. up the ends and they never make it into the dumpster , the guys I used to work with save them for me !!! And as always you did a great job on the file cabinet , really like to see your projects. Thanks for sharing, JIM

At 10:47pm on December 7, 2012, Leslee said…

 Like your file cabinet. Could you tell me what kind of wood you use on it. I sure like the way the wood grain pops on the corners and such. It even gets me wanting to do something like that for me in my shop. Now that I can do it under roof in a dry place.

At 8:10am on November 18, 2012, james wilhelm said…

Thank you David, for you comment on my bench. It was made from what they call wrap a rounds, they stack  on top of a skid to make a box . I really enjoy looking at your projects they are very good, have a great day , JIM

At 5:43am on August 11, 2012, Sean said…
I'm sorry to bother you I lol never mind Jen sent me the plans for the high boy I'll start with that one And go from there.. May I ask you a personal question ?
At 5:40am on August 11, 2012, Sean said…
You are so gracious!! I never imagined you folks would be so honest helpful. Sorry sometimes because of work I just can't get to stuff. I would of never thought of the scraps it just blows my mind Ypu and Jen have been so awesome to a compete stranger it is so nice of a feeling. God bless Ypu both.. Sean
At 5:16am on August 10, 2012, Sean said…
Lol and also if I contacted You and mentioned his name you would most likely help me out as I'm a beginner and my plan is to eventually build all my own furniture.. I know I'm crazy I've wanted to learn and build furniture for years I'm 47 time to get started .. Thanks in advance for any help/ plans BTW your dresser on profile pic is AWESOME!!
At 12:22am on July 28, 2012, Julie Humphreys said…

I'll see where the best place to buy one is.  I saw one on Ebay for $139.00 with free shipping.

Thank you!

(and don't worry about your spelling!  I spell very well, but I sure can't do the beautiful woodwork that you do!)

At 6:42pm on July 27, 2012, Julie Humphreys said…

David--thank you for your kind offer.  I have old tools from my folks and I don't even know what they are.  I know one is a miter saw, but that's all.  I don't have a Kreg jig, but I would like to buy one.  Which one is the best for a beginner?

Julie

At 3:36pm on July 19, 2012, Leslee said…

 Hi, David.

I just wanted to let you know I like your bedside tables. The oak really gives it the clean refine look that you see in those fine furniture places. keep with the quality craftsmanship and pride you get when you that you built that to last just like the old craftsmen of the past.

 I also like your dresser that was really pretty.

                                          leslee

At 10:04pm on July 1, 2012, Janet Hassani said…

You have some very fortunate customers. They get sturdy, good looking furniture. 

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