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It turns out those grill tops for outdoor kitchens are a fortune. This is a much more afforable option that serves the same purpose and looks nice.

It turns out those grill tops for outdoor kitchens are a fortune. This is a much more afforable option that serves the same purpose and looks nice.

Mesa de picnic plegable a banco

Mesa de picnic plegable a banco

Great idea for a backyard table

Great idea for a backyard table

Kneeling/Posture Chair

Kneeling/Posture Chair

DIY Mini Bench Table Saw Handmade Woodworking Model Saw With Ruler 25mm Sale-Banggood.com

DIY Mini Bench Table Saw Handmade Woodworking Model Saw With Ruler 25mm Sale-Banggood.com

kingfisher, a  on  by Oriol Cabrero from . It portrays: , relevant to:  Medium: wood and metalYear Created: 2007

kingfisher, a on by Oriol Cabrero from . It portrays: , relevant to: Medium: wood and metalYear Created: 2007

Simple Scribe - Woodworking - as always, thinking how this could be done in wood - by me even!

Simple Scribe - Woodworking - as always, thinking how this could be done in wood - by me even!

DIY Wooden Toy Bins @themerrythought Measurements: Top Piece – 14″ x 11″ Bottom Piece – 14″ x 10 1/4″ Side Pieces – 13″ x 11″ Front Piece – 14″ x 5″ Back Piece – 12.5″ x 11″

DIY Wooden Toy Bins @themerrythought Measurements: Top Piece – 14″ x 11″ Bottom Piece – 14″ x 10 1/4″ Side Pieces – 13″ x 11″ Front Piece – 14″ x 5″ Back Piece – 12.5″ x 11″

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For those occasions when you need a stable way to hold a board on its edge, turn to a tool that’s as old as woodworking itself—the wedge. I fashioned the wedge stands shown at right from scraps of 2x6 and a 3/8x6" bolt and nut. To make the stand, cut a 7"-long chunk from the 2x6 and drill a 1/2" hole centere d 2 1/4" from the edge and 1 3/4" up from the bottom. This hole reduces the likelihood of the stand splitting once the wedge is cut out. Mark the cutlines for the wedge as shown in..

For those occasions when you need a stable way to hold a board on its edge, turn to a tool that’s as old as woodworking itself—the wedge. I fashioned the wedge stands shown at right from scraps of 2x6 and a 3/8x6" bolt and nut. To make the stand, cut a 7"-long chunk from the 2x6 and drill a 1/2" hole centere d 2 1/4" from the edge and 1 3/4" up from the bottom. This hole reduces the likelihood of the stand splitting once the wedge is cut out. Mark the cutlines for the wedge as shown in..