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Joat you need a sketch up viewer or sketch up program. I will put them as pdf files tonight.
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Joat you need a sketch up viewer or sketch up program. I will put them as pdf files tonight.
I already have a sketch up program, but it sure doesn't work with that.
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So is there a question or something you need help with?


In woodworking there is always more then one way to accomplish something.
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So is there a question or something you need help with?
Moving some wood and a chair into my shop is all I can come up with just now. When can I expect you?

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Thanks,Gary, that worked for me.
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Started build cut all the shelf frame pieces . Ready to start assembling frames. Then drill holes to attach frames to sides.
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I assembled the shelf frames for the right side of desk . I am going to bolt the frames to the sides and middle supports. So middle frame support are not on yet because I'll need to drill holes first and put 5/8 inch particle board on top. The frames are 3/4 short because I'm going to put a suto face frame in front. Here is a picture of the frames.
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I got all the holes drilled in the frames. Drilled the right side holes to connect shelf frames fit good. I did make one mistake forgot to account fot 1/2 mdf top shelf will be a 1/2 short. Instead of 6 inches it will be 5 1/2 no big deal. Trimmed the frames to accommodate the 3/4 inch face frame piece. I'm going to pick up 1/2 inch mdf for on top of shelf frames.
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I would think the large of a knot would impact the strength of that corner.
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