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    • Woohoo, great work removing this tree! The power of RYOBI Cordless!
      By RYOBI Nation, on September 30, 2019
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    • Great way to transform an unused space into something useful! Nice work!
      By RYOBI Nation, on September 30, 2019
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    • Sweet! So glad the tools got the job done for you. It looks really nice!
      By RYOBI Nation, on November 12, 2019

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    • Can you share the material list also, fotos seem to do a prety good job of how to but sizes always help in making a wooden project

      Thank you and I will follow and await for an answer.

      John D
      By soutrnatl_17150, on June 1, 2020
      • John,

        Yes I will send dimensions and materials and my  rough plan idea I used.
        By KWinSC, on June 1, 2020

    • The dimensions of this project.   24" wide x 40" long x 36" height.   Sorry I don't have any real plans but basically four pressure treated  4"x 4" at 36".  The base consist of  pressure treated 1" x 6" 4 of these at 24" and two at 40". For additional support two of the 24" 1" x 6" are screwed on the other sides of the 4"x 4" at the same height as the top of the base. This creates the tool well on the right side of the table. Unfortunately this was a late addition and not in the original pictures. I am adding finished pictures from underneath.  So an additional 1" x 6" approx 15.5" was used to create the bottom of the tool well.  I had consider putting a tool well on both sides but decided to just do the one on the right.   I believe the total number boards cut at 24" is 16 or 17 including the boards holding the shelf on the bottom. I was originally going to use brackets for this but decided to use 1" x 6" for more support there too.  I am adding additional pictures now.
      By KWinSC, on June 2, 2020

    • Thanks for the additional info and material listing  this makes it a better project that can be started, thanks again.  Hoping Eric and Monty also respond with a little bit of help on their projects too.

      thanks again

      John D   soutrnatl_17150
      By soutrnatl_17150, on June 12, 2020

    • You're welcome. It's an easy project. I'm trying to get better at being detailed on my projects. I know my be information was a little disjointed so if you have any other questions just let me know.
      By KWinSC, on June 12, 2020
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    • Congratulations! I’d be proud of a first piece of indoor furniture like this, very functional, like so many of Steve’s projects.
      By PatJames, on October 13, 2020 (edited)
      • Pat,

        Thanks so much for your comments. It's very nice to hear. I've learned a lot from Steve.  I think as a new wood worker it's important to make sure to enjoy as you learn.  KW
        By KWinSC, on October 14, 2020
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