In this video I’m doing a little bit of woodworking and building shelves for the motorcycle garage that is connected to the ongoing machine shop / workshop build project. The shelves are made from birch plywood and coated with clear lacquer. I didn’t sand and re-coat the shelves since I’m too lazy. But the single clear coat keeps the dirt out of the birch fibers and that’s enough for me. The Makita impact driver is the same one that was bought by my father in the year 2004(ish) and it still works strong (not sponsored by anybody, just saying). The plywood was also supplied by my father. All the pieces that I used are 1,2 cm by 98,5 cm by 29,5 cm. The shelf supports were cut in half and the width is 14,4 cm accordingly including kerf losses. This pretty much gives you an idea what the shelf measurements are if you by any chance want to duplicate what I did. And yes, my shirt is on inside out. Thanks for watching, check out my other videos too! Share your thoughts in the comment section and if you like what you see, please consider subscribing and hitting that bell button so you don’t miss out on future fabrication videos. Cheers!
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