Leftover wood

Upgrades on workshop. I used leftover wood to make a leftover wood cabinet. Isn't that conceptual? Wonder how it is going to look in couple of months?

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Dumpster diving

jiihaa, found twelve of these in the dumpster. Elevator parts maybe? And heavy ones. the whole bag is now heavy as...something really really heavy with 12 steel parts...in a bag. Anyway, these will come in handy. I'm sure. Sure they will. They will, they will.

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New stuff for the workshop (part 1)

 

Magnetic angle tool

Magnetic angle tool

I've been wanting one of these for a long time, but I always forgot to get it. Just bumbed on one in the store and immediately felt the need to give my money away. A handy tool. Really. 

Trying again

I'll try this blog thingie again and concentrate more on pictures and not so much thinking what I'm going to write.

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those are some pieces of an almost finished new work. 

Laurel and Hardy

Two wooden boxes containing one work. Somehow I like building boxes for my works. You get to start and finish something relatively quickly. Bang everything together and kick the cheap plywood around. Sometimes making bear sounds. It's just raw building and finding your inner caveman. If they would be working for transporting company

 

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Starting a new work. Test 1.

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