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  • Donna_T
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    Unless I get carried away with roughing out something, all the chips are confined to the table top!

  • toycarver
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    I like that. Plenty of room for your tools, project and it appears to keep most the chips off the floor.

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  • Claude
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    Great carving station, Donna - thanks for sharing!

    Claude

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  • Mark N. Akers
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    Donna, great carving table, very nice.

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  • PHolder
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    I really like your carving table!!!

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  • JoeVM
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    Nice design, thanks for posting it. I will keep this in mind when I need something like that.

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  • NoDNA
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    -85 degs? whew?

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  • Donna_T
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    Carvers are so innovative when coming up with solutions to our carving problems that fit our skill level. I could never build something like this so I am doubly appreciative of my buddy making it for me after we talked about all the needed dimensions!

  • Donna_T
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    That's why I posted it. Knew some of you carvers could adapt our design and come up with something that will work for you!

  • Donna_T
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    Hey you! Good to hear from you. It's been awhile. These long night dark-time are made for carving in where it's warm. I can rough out at least one ornament between the 6: news and the 10: news! Big messes are related to the shop. I have a cd/dvd player in the shop so I often listen to audio books when I' out there carving. Let me see your project if you undertake one.

  • Donna_T
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    It was made with casters, but that kept the "feet" from sliding under the chair to bring the tray up close to me, so I removed the casters. It does just slide easily now. It's great!

  • Sammy66
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    Love that work station. Before I set up my carving lair in the basement, I fastened a giant trash bag over one of those big embroidery hoops on a stand and it caught all of my flying chips. I really like how that is an actual work table that holds your tools.

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  • Glenn Jennings
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    Hi Donna
    I can certainly relate to that hehehehe Happy carving !!!

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  • woodburner807
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    Nicely designed carving table, Donna. Sure gives me some ideas...thanks.

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  • Dileon
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    Funny you posted this, today I was going to make the same thing for the house. I never carve in the house, but I want to listen to my audible ebooks while carving and my shop has zero connection to do that. I have to sit to carve mostly these days due to bad knees, and a bad back. Great to see you again and major thanks for posting this....gives me a few pointers that I did not think about.

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