2 nightstands sized to fit the space. Solid walnut frame and top with mahogany veneer panels. Next piece (8-drawer dresser for my wife) is almost done. Just a few coats of finish left to go. Last piece will be my matching 5 drawer high-boy dresser.
Instead of buying one, I decided to make my own version. I never used one of these before and found it drastically improves the cut on the table saw eliminating burning and stop points from the blade and also improves safety. It's a must-have for the shop!! The only thing you have to get used to is passing your hand over the top of the spinning blade. It's totally safe but just feels weird when you're not used to it. I didn't use plans, I just looked at the commercial version and figured out what I wanted the dimensions to be. I made up a few different sized material push hooks for varying situations and on-board storage for them on the stability wing. I used an old trowel handle and secured it on a slight angle to remind me to keep pushing it into the fence as well as forward through the cut.Overall a fun project and I cannot say enough about how great this thing works!Regards, Hutch
Grandson is into dinos and Jurrasic World movie so its painted to look like the one in the movie. 1/2” plywood, real ATV wheels. Found the plans online. Altered the design of the grill to give it some depth