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Around this time of year, the “new year, new you” trend is in full swing. Instead of trying to reinvent yourself, though, why not try starting some brand-new projects with your router? The new year is a perfect break point from what you’ve been working on previously, and if you find yourself in a rut then a new project might be just what you need to get you back into the swing of things. Rerouting the New Year with New Projects
What upcoming projects are you planning on doing?

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My big projects are all around converting our senior group meeting hall into a theater. Platform, flats, a bit more theatrical lighting, finishing up our sound system so it's idiot proof are current projects. Have a frame in the works with some "rope" trim that needs something to save it. The stain changed somehow and turned from a medium warm to deep charcoal gray. It's a two-toned frame and I'm thinking of adding an edge of some sort to stained to match the rope trim, so it doesn't look quite so much like a mistake.
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The Triple-B Project...

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Most of my projects are small but I have many planned. I just started a presentation box for a custom built knife and I'll show it here soon. I'll be branching out on some CNC projects but y'all will never see them if they don't work as planned. And I'm getting back on the 2nd guitar to see if I can finish it in the next 6-8 months.

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For right now, most put on the back burner, so I can start on making a camper out of my "new" 1997 Dodge extended top van, the one with seven foot of headroom. Hehehe
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For right now, most put on the back burner, so I can start on making a camper out of my "new" 1997 Dodge extended top van, the one with seven foot of headroom. Hehehe
I would love to follow that project!
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I'm supposed to be making a kitchen island, but she keeps changing her mind about what she wants in it. Right now she wants so much storage space in it that the resulting island will almost consume the entire kitchen floor. I'm about to just start building what I want and let her deal with it after I push it into the kitchen. It won't be anywhere near that big, but you will be able to walk around it and it will have wheels with brakes, so she can move it if more open floor space is needed for something. My design id 26" X 54". Her design is rapidly becoming the same numbers, but in feet.

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Eventually a new night stand, computer and printer stand, new entertainment center. Also new shelves and new power wheelchair-proof doors that open 170° for my kitchen floor level cabinets.

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