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The Sunday Hack Shack WorkShop

  • Jun 15, 2014 · 12:00 PM
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Hi folks!
  The grill is already fired up so we can keep it in perfect readiness all day for your cooking pleasure.  Wood choice of the day is Water Oak.
  Today we have a number of fun woodworking projects going.  Brad and Brandon have about completed their audio/visual equipment shelves (just needs the finish) and they are looking pretty slick with their rounded inch and a half white pine shelves and elegantly curved and integrated brackets.  I think this is their first fastnerless (no screws, nails etc...) furniture project, and they seem very pleased with the results.  Should get some pictures today.
  Sam is also working a a much larger shelving system, and ready hands can help and learn a lot when working with him.
  Linda (from ARSP) has requested a mahogany paper towel holder to match the rest of their bathroom.  Not a big project, but anyone wishing to get into a quick project (that involves playing with the lathe and about every tool in the shop) may wish to take that on.

We have some musical instrument projects, a kayak, and any number of computer science type projects to work on.  We also have some interior work you can join in on if you like to help or would like some experience with drywall finishing and the like.

Of course, feel free to start your own project.  If it fits into a large plastic tub, you can keep it here to work on, or get special permission (in return for some help organizing the shop around your project) to keep it here during intensive work periods.

This is a regularly scheduled meetup for folks to work on whatever they like. 

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  • Art E.

    Got some good shop stuff done today...and some home projects.

    June 15, 2014

  • Art E.

    Oh yeah,
    Anyone interested in participating in panel & frame cabinetmaking can join me on my own little project!

    June 15, 2014

6 went

  • Sam L.
    Computer Lab Supervisor,
    Event Host
  • Art E. +1
    Shop Supervisor, Co-Organizer,
    Event Host
  • Brad D. +1
    Plank Owner

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