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    Clamp Rack

    Been working on this the last week didnt get as far as I wanted it has just been to hot in the shop to want ta do much. But I'm gain'n on it

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    I only had a 23" wide chunk of MDF so I made do.
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    This thing is made out of junk I have laying around. No high quality material was destroyed in the process
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    A Turn N Time
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay Caughron View Post
    ...No high quality material was destroyed in the process...
    That line made me laugh, but if the finished product is useful, then the materials are high quality in my book.
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    Keep the progress going. Don't clamp up!

    It looks good. No need to spend money on fancies for the shop. Leftover fancies from the first is he'd project are fine for the shop, but no need to buy the waterfall bubinga a slab for the workbench.

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    Nice job Jay!
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    Looking good Jay! Don't get held down by the heat, loosen up and get a grip
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    Good project, Jay! Great way to use 'spare' material.
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    Definitely going to be a real handy project
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    Done

    Well I think I have gone as far as I am going to for now. I can add to it as its needed from here on out. So far I'm happy with it.

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    A Turn N Time
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    Frog Pond Guitars


    Before you criticize someone, you should walk a mile in their shoes. That way, when you criticize them, you're a mile away and you have their shoes.

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    Nice job. Now sweep your floor. I think I hear Glenn screaming all the way from the west coast
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    Clamp Rack

    Nice addition for your shop. I made one couple years back and love it. Much nicer than having clamps stored all over the place
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