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Thread: Furniture-Grade Rod Rack

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    Thanks, guys! It is a cozy little shop, only 20X30, but its home.
    Gary

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    Your work is inspiring!
    "You're not old, you've simply aquired a patina." - Swirlchaser

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    Beautiful rack! Nicely crafted!

    I have "tool envy" of your workshop, as well. Having the correct tools for the job (and really knowing how to use them, as you obviously do) makes all of the difference. I've "played around" with the bisquit cutter that my son got me for Christmas a few years ago, but because I don't have a joiner, my edges aren't as good as they could be, and I'm often matcing a filler to finish a joint.
    - Rick

    "A leader with great passion and few skills always outperforms a leader with great skills and little passion." Chief Rick Lasky

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    Very nice work Gary.

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    As per my knowledge of furniture work it is a great work and i can say that your work is brilliant against other furniture guys. I think you should make more furniture tools which important in your work. Can you tell me that which type of tools do you use to make the furniture.

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    table saw, radial arm saw, planer, joiner, router, compound sliding miter saw, drill press.

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    Beautifuly done! My "rod rack" is a jumbled stack of alluminum, cardboard and plastic.

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    Thank you!
    Gary

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    Absolutely perfect. I might copy it in my shop. hope you don't mind.

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    Rockriver, that's why I posted the pics...as food for thought for others to build. Happy to have it copied or improved upon!
    Gary

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