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Aquarium
Aquaristics is surely one of the most popular and the most widespread hobbies all over the world. Every year it gets many new fans, and you’re probably among them as well, if you have decided to build your own aquarium. By choosing to build...
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Mailbox stand
This attractive mailbox stand is made out of 100x100 (4x4) lumber for the post and arm, and 100x50 (2x4) for the name plaque.
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Inlay Mirror Frame
Icing on the cake -- that's what this project is all about. The frame joinery is just butt joints reinforced with splines. But then, the frame is dressed up with figured veneer, marquetry medallions, inlay strips, and stringing that really make it...
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Armour Stand
Quite a few people have asked how to build a display stand so that they may show off their armour at their home, event or wherever. I have an armour stand that I designed that has served me very well for quite some time, and is simple in it's...
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Wooden Banana Caddy
This project was made using a bandsaw, a table saw, a drill, a hand plane, a sander and a sharp carving knife. It is fairly easy to do. A banana stand also helps keep the fruit from bruising and turning black prematurely.
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Flag Stand
This is a project I did for the local cub scout pack. The pack has a pack flag that they bring to ceremonies, but all they had for a stand was two 2x4s nailed together with a hole drilled in it, and it fell over often.
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Scrollsaw pattern
Pattern and directions This scrollsaw pattern is designed to be used in conjunction with the Buildeazy free plan 'How to make a mailbox stand' but would also be ideal for use in other projects as a decorative corbel in a structure such as a...
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GLUE-GUN STAND
Dripping glue is often unavoidable when working with a hot-glue gun. Here's an easy way to make a stand that'll catch any dripping glue.
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Wooden Stand for Lathe
Free Wooden Stand for Lathe Plans
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Tansu
A tansu is a Japanese chest of drawers. They are traditionally constructed with hand tool techniques, but I have adapted my design to use router methods to speed up the process. You'll need to get a dovetail jig for this project- more on that...
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