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September 2008

Issue Number: 185
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Solid Oak Bookcase Woodworking Plan

You don't need a dream shop to build this handsome project; a few basic power tools will do. And one-stop shopping at your favorite home center gets you rolling right away. Plus, we'll teach you a simple way to make ogee bracket feet from stock crown molding.

Overall dimensions are 28" wide x 11" deep x 45" high.

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Construction-Grade Mobile Crane Woodworking Plan

Junior operating engineers will enjoy doing the heavy lifting with this fully operational construction toy. The hand-operated hoists raise and lower the boom and bucket, and the tower assembly pivots smoothly on a ball-bearing lazy Susan to easily pick up and place loads. The wide-track chassis features eight sets of dual wheels for sure-footed mobility.

Overall dimensions are 25" high x 13" reach x 8" track x 11" wheelbase.

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Convertible Display and Gun Cabinet Woodworking Plan

It's your call which version of this handsome cabinet to build: One displays your hunting rifles and shotguns, and the other showcases glassware or collectibles. Used as a gun cabinet, the case will hold six rifles or shotguns. Two pull-out trays under the display provide hidden storage.

Overall dimensions are 33" wide x 16" deep x 74" high.

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2-in-1 Shop Cart/Workbench Woodworking Plan

Whether you need mobile storage or a steady work surface, this portable helper with its fold-out extension perfectly suits a space-squeezed workshop Raising the fold-away top creates a 58" wide x 21" deep work surface. Two-way locking swivel casters hold the cart in position when used as a tool or assembly stand.

Overall dimensions are 26" wide x 21" deep x 35" high (on casters). Raising the fold-away top creates a 58" wide x 21" deep work surface.

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