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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 04-04-2009, 04:16 PM Thread Starter
 
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Okay folks. I am going to try again to post photos. You might recall my debacle a few weeks back of attempting to post pix of router table. So here we go. I have made them smaller, hopping they will be ingested by the system. Also tossed in a coat/hat rack and a little plant table. All stuff made of ash with an English Pecan stain.
Okay, here goes.
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Yes, I know the shop looks like a dump. I am going to straighten it tomorrow.
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Nice work on the projects Fatz and you did good on the pictures too.

What is that great looking hunk of meat on the cutting board? If that was over here it would be heading for the smoker about now
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Very nice router table. Fatz. Whats this about the dirty shop? I can tel you yours looks good. I hope that the pictures were taken earlier, That snow doesn't look good! The pictures do though, Keep on routing. and have fun.

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Hey Fatz, nice looking table, coat/hat rack, and plant table. And the shop has that worked in look.
Is that a ham on the plant table and is it ready yet????????




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The router table looks great.

The big question, though, is whether there's beer in that fridge.

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Great router table Fatz and your projects are also great

Love the size of your shop, lucky you

One question; don’t want to be critical just curious, why are the cables feeding the router stop button exposed? Why you didn’t get them behind or under the switch?

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Great router table Fatz and your projects are also great

Love the size of your shop, lucky you

One question; don’t want to be critical just curious, why are the cables feeding the router stop button exposed? Why you didn’t get them behind or under the switch?

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Router table not quite finished-still want to add some drawers with indexes for bits. Then will hid cables, although they honestly don't bother me the way they are.
And YES fellas, that IS a ham. And NO...there won't be enough to go around. HA!! It is cool out there on the porch and that is the Easter ham. No beer in the fridge now but there might be in a month or so. It usually sits outside,sometimes on the dock.
Thanks for your kind comments boys. I'm not really much of a woodworker so everything is a major achievement for me.
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Hi Birch,

You've done a mighty fine job. Keep it up.

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Fatz you have a great looking worked in shop there. The particle board on the floor is that to help insulate some from cold feet? I lived in Wyoming for a period of time and I remember how cold the garage floor would get, just wondering. I love the shop it just looks like a place someone would want to spend some time.

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