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    Cherry Shaker table build

    Hereís a little table I just finished building and I made a three-part video series about it. https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PL...gSnaC90rcpTBar

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    Jason, please post some static photos here of your project...there are a lot of community members that have low speed Internet that limits their ability to view videos. Some photos will also bring relevance to the thread over time.
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    Itís also kind of self promoting your YT channel too.

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    Yep, here's a couple of photos of the finished table.shaker thumbnail.jpgIMG_4184.jpg


    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Becker View Post
    Jason, please post some static photos here of your project...there are a lot of community members that have low speed Internet that limits their ability to view videos. Some photos will also bring relevance to the thread over time.

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    That looks very much like the table I built from Woodsmith plans 30+ years ago.

    John

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt Day View Post
    Itís also kind of self promoting your YT channel too.
    That would explain why this is the third forum I have seen the video link posted in today.

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    Just curious how you cut the drawer faces out of the front of your apron? I've done it in the past by plunge cutting with a jig saw but figured there was an easier/more precise way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shad Schreiner View Post
    Just curious how you cut the drawer faces out of the front of your apron? I've done it in the past by plunge cutting with a jig saw but figured there was an easier/more precise way.
    Look closer at the apron.

    John

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    New Yankee Workshop plans.

    Quote Originally Posted by John TenEyck View Post
    That looks very much like the table I built from Woodsmith plans 30+ years ago.

    John

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    A few strategic rips on the tablesaw.

    Quote Originally Posted by Shad Schreiner View Post
    Just curious how you cut the drawer faces out of the front of your apron? I've done it in the past by plunge cutting with a jig saw but figured there was an easier/more precise way.

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    A pretty common design. I built this one from New Yankee Workshop plans.

    Quote Originally Posted by John TenEyck View Post
    That looks very much like the table I built from Woodsmith plans 30+ years ago.

    John

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    You did a nice job.
    Charlie Jones

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