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Woodworking Project Paper Plan to Build Crosscut Station and Lumber Rack

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Build it yourself with help from this paper plan!

One of the best ways to gain space in a woodshop is by having your workstations do more. This shop fixture makes the most of that concept by combining a mitersaw station, lumber rack, and tool storage all into one neat mobile unit. Woodcraft Magazine's Classicâ„¢ Project Plans
These plans are the "best of" the projects from Editors of Woodcraft Magazine. Each plan features step by step instructions with detail photographs, exploded illustrations for various project steps, a cut list and cutting diagram, and a Convenience Plus Buying Guide so you know exactly what supplies are required to complete the project. Whether you are a beginner or an accomplished woodworker, the Woodcraft Classic Plan series will have a plan for you!
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love the work station

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Comments about Woodworking Project Paper Plan to Build Crosscut Station and Lumber Rack :

I am going to build this work station with some changes but you need to add a total of building materials that you need on wood with the layouts for some one new trying to build this or any other project that you sell. It would be so much easier for anyone trying to figure out what the cost would be to build it. I will modify the top with a power strip with all me different chargers other then this thats all i would want to add is a total number or sheets of plywood and total amount of boards with sizes to each plan, it took me over 4 hours laying it out and all i want to do is go out to buy the lumber and start to build it. By the way i am 60 years old and still love to build in my garage so you see i hope you take this and think how you could add this to your plans that you have and also put it in your magazine articles i think alot of us out here would love it added to it. I thank you so much for letting me voice my opion.

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