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Hi guys,

since this is my first post in this forum here is a quick introduction about myself:

I am an 36 years old electronics engineer living in southern Germany.
In my rare spare time I do some woodworking, especially making furnitures for my home.
I am into woodworking since about 8 years.

Funnily, I found this forum because I saw my "DIY Interactive candy launching catapult for Kids !" video has been shared here. I am glad you like it

I just have finished my latest project, so I thought this also could be interesting for you

In youtube just search for "_hHHh5abvD8" or "DIY pallet coffee table GLOWING !" for the video how I built it.

(sadly I am not yet allowed to post links, so you ve to go the manual way Maybe someone with permission can do that for me in a reply..thanks)

Hope you like it.

Greets
Daniel
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You made a rustic pallet look good as a piece of furniture. Seems as though pallet furnishings are quite popular these days. A search on the internet reveals a lot of it being made. A good start for furnishing your place and learning woodworking skills.
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Welcome to the forum

Nice job on the coffee table I like leds too and use them on occasion

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Hello and welcome to the router forum. Danieö

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Welcome Danieo.

Someone I consider a master woodworker once told me that a master woodworker is not someone who never makes mistakes. He is someone who is able to cover them up so that no one can tell.
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Welcome to the forum, Danieo.

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Welcome to the forum Daniel.

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I just watched the video Daniel . Thanks for sharing , I think that turned out really well .
I own a Festool tracksaw also , and find it very handy at times . I see you put yours to good use , especially seeing as you don't have your table saw yet .

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Totally AWSOME you did a great job. Welcome to the forum will be looking for more of your posts.

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Hi guys,

since this is my first post in this forum here is a quick introduction about myself:

I am an 36 years old electronics engineer living in southern Germany.
In my rare spare time I do some woodworking, especially making furnitures for my home.
I am into woodworking since about 8 years.

Funnily, I found this forum because I saw my "DIY Interactive candy launching catapult for Kids !" video has been shared here. I am glad you like it

I just have finished my latest project, so I thought this also could be interesting for you

In youtube just search for "_hHHh5abvD8" or "DIY pallet coffee table GLOWING !" for the video how I built it.

(sadly I am not yet allowed to post links, so you ve to go the manual way Maybe someone with permission can do that for me in a reply..thanks)

Hope you like it.

Greets
Daniel
https://youtu.be/_hHHh5abvD8
Daniel this is a great first post. Thanks

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