Turning Archive 2007

Subject:
drill/router cabinet

Clay Foster
>My latest tactic to avoid finishing the drywall in my shop was to make a cabinet for my drills, routers, and associated paraphernalia. The cabinet is white oak, the top is elm, and the drawers sides are quartersawn sycamore. I harvested and milled the wood and air dried it for a couple of years.

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