My Wife's...Umm I mean my DVD/CD rack.

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  1. Brian Steeves

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    Nice rack[​IMG]
    Dan
     
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    that doesn't sound right. =P
     
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    Um, yeah.
    That's his wife's rack you're talking about.
     
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    Brian, shoot me an email or PM me, I'll be glad to host those pictures.
     
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    Thanks Brian, but Jerry Pease put them up for me on his server already. I just forgot to post the links here. They are now linked in my first post.
     
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    I wish my wife had a rack like that... he he [​IMG]
    Nice work!
    Darren
     
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    Nicely done! Looks like 8" MDF with rounded ends or did you go with pine?
     
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    No hassle - rack looks good!
     
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    Poplar is a much better choice than MDF for this application because of weight alone...can you imagine the size of the sheetrock anchors you'd have to use to keep that thing up on the wall even without CD's/DVD's loaded up on it.

    Excellent choice.

    Darren
     

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