Reclaimed fence wood turned into a floating shelf.
Everything you do is very nice and neat. including your tools as well. But please…. your fingers man, your FINGERS!
είσαι ωραίος και μετράς!
very nice. I'd have to agree about your fingers though, get a push stick! Also, all that equipment and hand sanded? 😉
Looks nice! Would have been an interesting tweak to put end grain on the ends, to make it look like an actual raw beam,
Very well done! thank you for sharing!
any chance you sell these?? I am looking for 11" x 1.5" (or 2 if necessary)x 46" shelves. Need three;)if you sell/ ship, please reply
Nice video. Thanks. Question: When you mount the bracket portion to the wall there will be a gap between the wall and the bracket due to the metal L supports. I assume the wood will bow a bit when screwed into the wall because of this gap. Did that create a problem?
Nicely done. Everyone is so worried about your fingers and the lack of a push stick but no one commented on the spray booth with no respirator 😉 Got to protect those lungs man.
Your shop is awesome to.
nice turn out, love the toys you have
Do you still have all fingers?
now that was cool
looks brilliant, what did you spray it with?
You are awesome. Nice work!
your a really fast sander lol
what is that tool youve used on the wall to find something? what for?
Nothing like a strong handy man!!!
What is that accessory you have on the Robland Z320 that has a programmable stop fence?
Well done, excellent job. I am secretly planning a take-over of that shop. Oppps,….
Fantastic! I am impressed. Great work.
When you know how to use your tools, you don't have to worry about cutting off fingers, usually. I will say that the blade could be a little lower.
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