|The polyurethane skim coat has set up nice and hard, so I crawl up in the loft |
of the lumber shed and pull down a TV Table box and a half sheet of Styrofoam.
|I fold the box out and tape up the bottom.|
|From Styrofoam scraps I cut the pads needed to keep the two tray tables |
from clacking together while in transit and place them on the first table.
|Then lay the second table in place and use stretch wrap |
to strap them securely together.
|I add padding to the arms of the stand, place the table pack |
on the stand and strap them securely together.
|I cut the Styrofoam panels for the bottom of the box and both ends. |
Because there is no second set of tables on the back side of the stand,
I use a large block of packing foam to hold the packaged tables up in
position when laid in the box.
I add shredded paper packed in along the sides and the other sheet of Styrofoam on top and seal the carton up.
Then it’s off to the office where I use the computer to process the shipment
on-line, print the shipping label and schedule a pick-up for tomorrow.
This one is done and ready to roll.
I also packaged and shipped and order from On-Hand stock for Robert.
To build Shelly’s tables I will need to pull more walnut, bring it in and let it acclimate to the warmer, drier atmosphere inside the shop. While it is doing that I will go ahead and finish up David’s trunk. It’s almost done, but I’ll start a new post to get into that.
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2 Walnut Tray Tables with Stand for Jacklyn & Mark - In Transit
Maple Wall Hung Stopper Rack for Robert - In Transit
Walnut Steamer Trunk for David B. – In Progress
Kitchen organizer - Marie B.
Utility Trailer Make-Over for David B. - In Progress but Stalled
4 Tray Tables, All Walnut (custom size) with stand for Shelly
3-Tier Bottle Stopper Rack, all red Oak for Donna
4-Tier Bottle Stopper Rack Cherry & Maple for David K.
3-Tier Bottle Stopper Rack (Standard) for Dan G.
Computer Desk for Laptop for Marie B.
Printer Cabinet for Marie B.