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Compact home entertainment center plan

Looking for a space-saving cabinet to hold your TV, electronic components, videos, and CDs? Let this handsome unit, made from red oak and red oak plywood, steal the show. Though it measures only 24" deep x 44" long x 26" high, it has spacious, easy-access drawers that hold a total of about 110 DVDs, a glass-door enclosed area with adjustable shelves for components, and a hinged back for easy access and cord control. The entertainment center accepts TVs up to 42" wide and 23" deep.


 



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russack57 wrote:

Thank you for the free plans.

6/15/2015 05:14:06 PM Report Abuse
russdana1 wrote:

the links to download plans do not work

1/21/2015 06:44:00 PM Report Abuse
grobinson96334 wrote:

Can't get the plans for this?

1/19/2015 05:05:14 PM Report Abuse
lahman90203 wrote:

I have never been able to get ANY of the plans to download. And they do not seem to care!!!!!!!! Will not renew

1/15/2015 12:24:23 PM Report Abuse
timelinememories wrote:

The download link still doesn't work for me. Is it working for anyone else?

1/14/2015 06:41:32 PM Report Abuse
dla114 wrote:

The web site's links don't work. Please fix!

1/2/2015 12:42:43 PM Report Abuse
wolson wrote:

Great articles Wood Magazine!

11/18/2014 11:46:37 AM Report Abuse
lduartez78 wrote:

thanks wood magazine I hope to help with my projects ....

7/28/2014 08:48:16 AM Report Abuse
Donald15368 wrote:

Thanks very much for the free plans. Wood Magazine, is number one on my list. Thanks.

7/7/2014 10:07:07 AM Report Abuse
rdzwil wrote:

Can I get blueprint plans of this project Thanks Ray Dzwil

5/26/2014 08:04:07 AM Report Abuse
lh443 wrote:

Thanks very much for the free plans! I plan on tackling this project thru the winter

11/3/2013 08:27:15 PM Report Abuse
drude1 wrote:

Had same problem. I made a jig to hold the angle at 45*. It took several trys and to match them up used a lot of scrap. In the future I am thinking of using a 45* lock miter router bit.

9/12/2013 10:18:29 AM Report Abuse
rvfolks wrote:

I'm having trouble figuring out how to do the biscuits on the feet. I have a Dewalt 682 plate joiner. I've tried to secure the foot to the workbench, but I can't keep the 45 degree angle. I have reposition the foot trying figure how to biscuit the joint. Please help.

5/31/2013 08:41:01 PM Report Abuse

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