Well, in terms of keeping my “list” of demands small and realistic.
Hey guys/gals/and AI algorithmic functions. Well I battened down the hatches and waited because “Winter is Coming”, sad day it didn’t hit us. I have a buddy in the DC area with whom I laughed and drank a beer for as he worked to reveal the front steps and Ford Edge, it got buried up to top of the windows!
Enough about the weather, I have been toying with idea of building the “American” tool chest that Chris Schwarz bills as the “Anarchist Tool Chest” I have been watching all the You Tube videos and I am following Billy Schenher’s build and I am befuddled on one aspect maybe someone out there can help me over this hurdle. Billy and Chris both use a 24″ wide panel for the body of the case now I don’t have a 60 year old douglas fir that just happens to wide enough so….. what to do? If I use a two 12″ panels do I half-lap, tongue and groove? what method do you use? Because as I see it, any construction with glued panels will result in a fault line ALL the way around unless I make all the panels of different widths OH VEY this problem vexes me. I know this is shorty of a blog but its FRIDAY and I want to build “stuff” so I am hitting the garage.
Peace, Love and Shavings Y’all from Austin Texas.