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Old Feb 28, 2020, 04:47 AM   #31
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My new shed. The big move is tomorrow.

30x30. The plan is for a pool to go in behind that.
Shelves already complete.
ATM it's making a nice cargo depot.
Sweet! Materials must have cost a bit, but nice work
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Old Feb 28, 2020, 07:35 PM   #32
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My wife and I broke our Ikea bed So I re-purposed the slats into a picnic bench for our kids. It was a bit wobbly so I added some angled braces after this pic was taken.

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Old Feb 29, 2020, 06:00 AM   #33
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My wife and I broke our Ikea bed So I re-purposed the slats into a picnic bench for our kids. It was a bit wobbly so I added some angled braces after this pic was taken.

Nice work! Now I need more lumber to build one for the grandkids. It probably won't come out quite as nice as yours.
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Entertainment shelf with lots of storage, and barriers to ensure nothing falls behind. You can't see it from the photo, but there's a screened-off ventilation cavity in the back that vents out the top. Currently rockin' a Switch, Wii U, xbone, and xbox360... also, I think I might take apart that AC unit and retro-bright the front plastic.



Built-in tables for the patio that I'm enclosing. These are built low, as they're primarily for my smallest children to do art projects on... although I'm also putting a couple of small CRTs on them for retro video games. Still more cleaning to do before I'm ready to open the patio to the kids.
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I are finished it mostly!







Hardened copper sucks to cut.

But the winglet had to move up, from the right angle it looks good.

I think it's looking pretty good and I had to fuxor with a lot to get it here. I like how the caps actually work with the colour scheme.
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Old Mar 20, 2020, 05:39 PM   #37
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Finally finished the fire pit I started in fall of 2018. I'm too old to be hauling around all that rock.

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Been working on designing some hand tool holders as I had a bunch and then there was a sale and I picked up a whole bunch more Wiha screwdrivers and such... After a few revisions and orientations, this modular system has been working pretty well. I've got one more design printing now to get some larger T handle socket wrenches in stands, then I will probably share the models. Each layer is its own part with press fit tabs, then there's a front and a back, so you can stack them up in whatever configuration to hold the set of tools you have, though of course, they won't work for all brands or all shaft lengths etc.



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Finally finished the fire pit I started in fall of 2018. I'm too old to be hauling around all that rock.

Nice. Always good to knock off longstanding projects! (If we go on permanent lockdown, might be time to finish mudding my basement guestroom drywall.)

Chairs will go there, or planning on sitting on the wall?
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That's an insane number of screwdrivers. Do you actually need that many??
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Nice. Always good to knock off longstanding projects! (If we go on permanent lockdown, might be time to finish mudding my basement guestroom drywall.)

Chairs will go there, or planning on sitting on the wall?
A little of both. The back wall is high enough that it is a comfortable sitting position.
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Finally finished the fire pit I started in fall of 2018. I'm too old to be hauling around all that rock.

I like it. Looks really nice!
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That's an insane number of screwdrivers. Do you actually need that many??

It's more than I've used, certainly, but there are some that are pretty specific - that front rack worth is pentalobe and torx drivers, all of which you can't really use one of the wrong size for, unlike philips or flat head. And in my defense, I had a much more reasonable number, then a company decided to sell off their stock for like 10% of normal price, so I dropped a couple hundred bucks on screwdrivers, pliers, wire strippers, ratchet sets, etc.
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Sweet! Materials must have cost a bit, but nice work
Oh fack, I didn't build it, but it's definitely part of why we bought this house. It is brand friggin new. You can smell the wood as if sawed yesterday and it isn't on thegoogle maps yet.

Does this count?
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That's the before picture. We'll see what he crafted from it later.
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My last project, the tool holders, uploaded for whoever to print: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4240343


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It's all about the rub, bishes.

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Been working on designing some hand tool holders as I had a bunch and then there was a sale and I picked up a whole bunch more Wiha screwdrivers and such... After a few revisions and orientations, this modular system has been working pretty well. I've got one more design printing now to get some larger T handle socket wrenches in stands, then I will probably share the models. Each layer is its own part with press fit tabs, then there's a front and a back, so you can stack them up in whatever configuration to hold the set of tools you have, though of course, they won't work for all brands or all shaft lengths etc.



*fap fap fap*

Those are some sexy tools I spy.
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Built a cheap trailer to haul my bike around to various race tracks back in July. That's the last time I really crafted anything. Made a set of 8ft ramps, and coated everything in several thick coats of bedliner for grip. Did a handful of things to make it quick to load and unload. Hauled it back and forth to the dragstrip a few times over the summer to test it out over a short distance (over an hour away). I'll be using the trailer to haul it to tracks that are a bit further away when things go back to normal (both road race tracks and dragstrips).

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Last thing I made was in the fall of 2019. Still pretty proud of it. It lets our tenant in the walk-out basement apartment go from her door to her car without trudging through the mud or snow.






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Old Apr 1, 2020, 11:05 AM   #55
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Last thing I made was in the fall of 2019. Still pretty proud of it. It lets our tenant in the walk-out basement apartment go from her door to her car without trudging through the mud or snow.






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That looks great! Nice job buddy - come help me redo a bathroom
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Old Apr 1, 2020, 11:22 AM   #56
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The wife and I tried one of those plaster of paris hand molds the other day. It looks much better irl lol.

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Yeah, that's awesome, Munkus!

You make it sound like the fall of 2019 was years ago. (It's beginning to feel that way, though, eh?)
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