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Bonnie Koke
Bonnie Koke • 1 year ago

Reproduction of a pipe box that belonged to Revolutionary War vet Nathan Hale. Although not shown in this picture, there is a drawer that goes in the bottom. The original was finished with a dark red milk paint, I finished mine with amber shellac. Pine.

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I needed a shop stool for some time now and had been looking for plans to build one before I just winged it. And low and behold I came across the plan for this stool on the “American Woodworkers” website. It’s called the “Double Duty Shop Stool”. I finished it Sunday morning and all ready it is a favorite project of mine. Having limited space in my garage shop I now have a place to support projects as well as my butt!

Carpenters, painters, plumbers, electricians and homeowners: give your back and knees a break with this portable, easy-to-build seat/step stool/tool box/work surface. It will make long work days go easier.

Wood stepstool. The bottom step slides in & out for storage. Red oak.

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  • Dyami Plotke

    This chart leaves out the critical components of Overhead & Profit. They should be accounted for on every level. Be careful using it.

  • Dave Clark

    The bottom one mentions expenses & profit.

  • Dyami Plotke

    Yes, but they all should. Overhead and profit should always be known quantities, not just a factor of multiplying partial costs.

  • Dave Clark

    I agree. You should make a new chart & send it to me. I'll pin that one. when you're done.

Table lamp. There is a socket topside under the shade, & a nightlight bulb in the base. You can turn on one or the other of the bulbs, or both at once, as shown in this picture. Jatoba.

Furniture built for Andre's Restaraunt by the Kansas City Woodworker's Guild. I helped with a portion of this build & with the installation.

The Banana-mobile!