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    Storage cabinet for rotary attachment, extra tables, and supplies

    We also made a storage cabinet, primarily as a place for the extra table and rotary attachment, but also to store my 12x24 acrylic and other supplies.
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    Barb

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    Looks handy. Good job upcylcling that crate.

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    I like it. I turned my crate into a chicken coupe :-)
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    sorry, just had to do this



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    That's nice and all, but do you know why a chicken coupe only has two doors? Because if it had four it would be a sedan...

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    sorry, just had to do this

    I have done so much with so little for so long, that I can do almost anything with practically nothing...

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    Gary

    That's good

    The storage is also good but if it were mine I would put that rotary tool waist high. It's a heavy tool and a precision tool. Being on the bottom strains the back and leaves it open to catching all manner of stuff from above.
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    I agree with Mike, Mine sits vertically on floor next to the laser. And I dropped it about 6 -8" the other day back onto the floor. I have indoor/outdoor carpet over the concrete floor but it still knocked it out of alignment and If I do it a couple of more times, I'll be redrilling holes and maybe worse. Put on shelf that allows you to pull it out directly and easily.
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    No chickens, but we do have Guinea fowl that already have a coop, with a truck cap roosting/viewing penthouse And thanks for the suggestions about moving the rotary up.
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    Barb

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