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  • #9295
    Brian Loran
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    Not sure where to put this post in the forums but I wanted to get my vote in for the next project after the coffee table. I would like to build PS’s joiners chests (the 2 chests he had at the Woodworking shows and can be seen in the videos). I think it would be a great project with many uses. I plan on building a set for my tools and a couple more sets for my kids. My kids love boxes with lids and drawers so I would probably scale them down a little for their use. Hopefully even get them to help build them!

    #9446
    Dave
    Participant

    Hey Brian, I second your thoughts.  I really want to see Paul show us that joiners box.  Its got a lot of features in it that I am looking forward to see Paul demonstrate.

    -Canada

    #9476
    moyariffic
    Participant

    I also would like to see the tool box up next.  Another vote!

    #10369
    howard1995
    Participant

    paul said on his blog this will come after the rocking chair but i would also like to see this up next
    tool chest blog http://paulsellers.com/2013/01/thoughts-on-the-joiners-tool-chest/

    #10370
    Ken
    Participant

    I agree.I need them, I would make them, I would use them. I don’t need a rocking chair, and I would not make it at this present time.

    Its hard to please everyone though, so I will take it when it comes.

    #10373
    constable415
    Participant

    How many plans are out there for tool chests?  I vote for the rocking chair. Something more challenging than the boxes and a tool chest is just a bigger box. Either way I’m there

    #10374
    Dave
    Participant

    Rodney, its not the joiners toolchest I’m interested in, its the frame and panel construction, half-blind dovetails, drawers, and drop down lid that make up the tool chest that I am most interested in.  All these techniques are new to me which is why I am most interested in it.

    -Canada

    #10375
    Ken
    Participant

    How many plans are out there for tool chests? I vote for the rocking chair. Something more challenging than the boxes and a tool chest is just a bigger box. Either way I’m there

    About as many as there is for rocking chairs I would say
    http://vintageinternetplans.com/rockingchair.htm

    http://www.thefind.com/furniture/info-rocking-chair-woodworking-plans

    The rocking chair series is already  done, so I don’t think you will have to wait to long Rodney 🙂

    #10678
    Scott
    Participant

    I am also chomping at the bit for a tool box. Makes perfect sense to me that we would need somewhere to securely stow the minimalist tools that are integral to Paul’s curriculum. Frame and panel construction, as well as hinge&lock installation are two procedures I would really like to learn.

    I am now working on variations of the dovetail boxes now in preparation. If the rocking chair does come next, I would probably move onto the table instead.

    -Scott Los Angeles

    #10725
    Brian Loran
    Participant

    Good to see others are as interested in the tool chests as I am!

    Don’t get me wrong though. I am excited about the rocking chair as well. Even if it is not in the order I would prefer.

    #10736
    tctc100
    Participant

    Tool kit looks cool. Just so long as we get to the rocking chair in the next few projects

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