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How to build a DIY home school storage cabinet that doubles as a reading nook. Yep, that’s simple and easy.
Organization is not about an immaculate house or quintessential neatness. There is no one best way to organize. It’s simply a means of functioning effectively and efficiently. You have to find what works for you and your home.
Creating a home school space isn’t hard. All you need is a place to write and a place to keep the books. That said, I’ve learned how to create a great homeschooling space the hard way- through trial and error. Take it from me and learn from the mistakes I’ve made and create an inspired learning space right from the start.
Knowing where stuff is and where it is going after it’s done is essential. It makes doing the year end paperwork a whole lot easier.
This is phase one of our home school area make over. A future project is planned to give the kids a comfortable and relaxing place to do their homework without it getting everywhere it doesn’t need to be.
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This shop-made contraption makes eased edges on strips of wood or plywood. My goal was to roundover all the edges of a board in a single pass using my vintage King EZ Feed. Conceptually it is simple – all that is needed is a router table with two routers in it and a fence that works with the power feeder. The difficulty: 1) how to make it adjustable. 2) dust control.
My first machine jig did not satisfy these, so this video is a redesign and rebuild of a previous effort. Oh, and BTW, everything is dangerous – don’t try this at home.
Table of Contents
Part 1: Working with aluminum, Begin the Under-Counter Dust Isolation Circuit, Rebuild the table and install the adjustment mechanism.
Part 2: Working with PVC, Complete the UCDIC.
Part 3: Building the improved dust collection fence.
Part 4: Set-Up and Test Run, Analyze test results of dust exhaust circuit.