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I'm leaning toward plan B too. I guess I should go stare at it some more

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I dig your theater, man... might be swiping a few ideas! Thanks for the input on my project. I'm looking forward to making some progress later this year. Maybe by then you'll have some trim done in yours.



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I have to many dang projects going on plus I have my own lawn bussines and the grass is about to start popping so I will be working everyday for the next 9 months

I need to go TRIM crazy. I'm going to post some pics tomorrow of some trim installed

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Plan B WOOlly,

I can totally see some sort of lighting underneath that overhang to really set it off. Perhaps lettering on the face of the front with light aimed towards it similar to Biggy's setup.
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Woolly,

If you have the floor space >> my vote would be Plan B (lines up better with the front of the bar)

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I have a ton of space I thought of putting in a pool table but I'm leaning more toward pinball machines and a 4 player Mame arcade setup. I can't wait to get started on the Mame cabinet I plan to do a sub in the back and speakers up top hanging off the sides to also make it a jukebox.

Like I need another project

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Plan B WOOlly,

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Like I need another project

Gotta justify those tools somehow...

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Well, o.k.. so that me for starting the rool on the ever-popular plan "B". No "thank you" required maybe just trim out my basement and we'll call it even.

By the way, don't even think about plan "A".. it's all about the plan "B" baby!
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...shhhhhh. The wives may be listening.


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hehe I know my wife comes home everyday now and says so what did you do today and looks around to see if I did anything hard to hide the fact that trim is not installed. I've got most of the lower trim panels built in the theater will post some pics later. I will say the kreg pocket hole jig is a beautiful thing

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hehe I know my wife comes home everyday now. So what did you do today I've got most of the lower trim panels built in the theater will post some pics later. I will say the kreg pocket hole jig is a beautiful thing

I figured you got a new toy...I saw all of the pocket screw holes on the bottom of the table you built!

BTW-The first time I read your note i read it as "The wife comes home everyday now"...as in she didn't used to come home frequently... I had to reread it to make sense of it...

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BTW-The first time I read your note i read it as "The wife comes home everyday now"...as in she didn't used to come home frequently... I had to reread it to make sense of it...

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hehe ok I fixed it

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+1 on this.... I thought the exact same thing.

I just thought he had multiple wives.

Gotta love the English language.

(about the post above the one ya'll are referencing)
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I will say the kreg pocket hole jig is a beautiful thing

This is one purchase I made from a late night (2:00 am, couldn't sleep) info-mercial. I kept watching the demos, going, "This is great! What's wrong with this picture?" But I finally decided to buy one. I've got projects lined up, but no time. I'm glad I did. It seems to be a very popular tool.
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I can't recall who mentioned it on their thread, but someone said that they came home from a business trip and found out that their wife left them. They said that they would be slowing their build down a bit.

I didn't know if W00lly was saying something similar.

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I have not used a drop of glue the joints are so tight theres no need for it I decided to build my frames similar to strange_brew's frames (aka Craig) he used biscuits http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showt...0#post10751030

I got 3 others done and have 4 more to build then sand and finish








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hehe my wife is on board with whatever I do but since I'm not working yet this year I must be productive on all my unfinished projects to keep her happy even if I'm spending money I don't have on tools

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That jig looks really cool, next time I am over please show me how that works.

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I have not used a drop of glue on these the joints are so tight I decided to build my frames similar to strange_brew's frames (aka Craig) he used biscuits
I got 3 others done and have 4 more to build then sand and finish

Wow... thanks for the pics. That's exactly what I want to do with the Kreg. That, and cabinets for media and equipment.
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Its really a pretty simple tool to use. Here is the kit I have http://www.kregtool.com/products/vid...egjigk3MS.html

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Its really a pretty simple tool to use. Here is the kit I have http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FCnE-...ext=1&index=25

I just watched that video and I have to say that is simply a marvelous peice of equipment and really will give your work a great finished look. Very nice....are you taking orders for custom made peices yet? If so put me in line

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If you were closer I could just have you come over and try it out for a few days on my stuff

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If you were closer I could just have you come over and try it out for a few days on my stuff

Well I was contemplating a lake vacation to Nebraska this summer..maybe I will swing on bye

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Its really a pretty simple tool to use. Here is the kit I have http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FCnE-...ext=1&index=25

I am totally going out an getting one right now. Not sure what I'll build with it but I'll find something.

BTW - I vote Plan B.

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I think the kreg jig would work awesome for building fabric frames. This is giving me some practice in making the face frames for my bar cabinets. I'm also going to pick up a stop kit for my miter saw http://www.kregtool.com/products/vid...akandStop.html

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I have not used a drop of glue the joints are so tight theres no need for it I decided to build my frames similar to strange_brew's frames (aka Craig) he used biscuits http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showt...0#post10751030

I got 3 others done and have 4 more to build then sand and finish








That is awesome. I'm going to use that pic to show my GC because we're going to have some problems with my thick base trim and rounding out by the stage and riser. Thanks for the pics!
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I used some cardboard to make a template. Then cut some scrap wood till I had it where I wanted it then I cut the oak. I still ended up doing it a couple times till I got it right. I will get a few more close up pics once I have them all stained up and installed for good.

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Its a miracle I got almost all of my lower trim pieces sanded and stained today. Clear coat next




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What color is that? It looks like the same color I used. (Varathane-Early American) Looks nice

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