this is my eight foot workbench cabinet next to the tool chest
this is 8 foot log with 16 drawers no hardware to build either of the cabinets its all wood slides and handles only hardware I bought was Kreg screws and the hinge for lid of top box
That is kickass! Well, if you cant fix a car, at least you can fall back on your woodworking skills. LOL
02-10-2013 06:36 PM
nice, but I'd poly or paint them, grease etc won't be kind to that wood, and if the weather is like hear, when the wood swells it be a r.p.i.t.a. to open the draws..
02-10-2013 06:39 PM
im partial to the bare wood look so they probably just gonna end up with fe good coats of polly wood will have to swell quite a bit I got at least a 1/4 inch clearance on everything
02-10-2013 06:41 PM
other side of shop has a 16 foot all 2x construction bench you can drop an engine on if need be will have to get a pic of it later on
02-10-2013 06:44 PM
hey nice wood working that's what i done for 25 years house building !!! if you can do this so show us some of the metal work it must be something to show. nice work my friend !!!
02-10-2013 06:49 PM
starting my first car build soon I have been helping friends out for years though now I get a chance to do one of my own. I really not into the fast stuff though I wanna cruise lol
02-10-2013 06:53 PM
ok, maybe you'll know.. if I may pick your brain
my home built in 1934 with kitchen cab's that where built onsite..
have no slides, it's wood on wood, the draws stick you have to lift then a little to break them free then they slide fine.. what should be used on the draws and wood they run on.. I was thinking maybe candle wax?
02-10-2013 07:01 PM
regular bar soap out of the bathroom actually works or wax them with candle wax just rub either on the parts that are rubbing should help
02-10-2013 07:29 PM
I use parafin wax that you get from the canning supply section..works great and leaves no residue..use it on the tablesaw top to keep the rust at bay and gives a slick surface. Also on drawer guides and such as well..