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    Not only iron, man lives

    Here one spends time, I made a small bookcase, recycled wood.



    I do not have a wood workshop, my job is outdoors.






    More details: Woodwork: Mini Estante

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    Great-looking bookcase, Hotz!

    Have you made anything else with the same wood?

    Ken

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    Thanks Ken ..

    same wood? ... sorry not understand your question.

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    Just wondering if you had more of the same stock and had made anything else with it. Nice-looking stuff.

    Ken

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    I'm sorry I did not understand before. This wood is demolition, is known as ** Peroba Rosa ** very rare and extremely tough.


    I have no more work done with this type of wood.


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    Nice looking bookcase, Hotz! Haven't heard of that tree before but it looks pretty tough.

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    DIYer thanks, Yes it is very tough, today here in Brazil the cut this tree is prohibited. this project what I like most is that I did not use screws and simply wooden locking.

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    Neat stuff; that's a new one on me, too. Thanks for the info.

    Your wooden locking method caught my eye - very nicely done!

    Ken

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    Thank you! Ken very kind of you.
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    Hi Paulo,
    I didn't know this wood, it seems to be nice looking and the tree by itself is quite huge !

    Your book shelf is really nice, well done !
    (and I like Wall-e too !)
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