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Nice project and useful. Easy to follow instruction. yet for the majority of watchers it is useless information as the price of all the equipment you use is way out of reach and room for the average home owner. I likeed the video, yet it was more of a commercial for the equiptment.
The bar turned out great. Using the finger boards is good solid safety procedure. I wouldn't be without them in my shop. I require that all employees learn to use them.
the video stopped playing half way through - not sure why
I sure would like to issue a challenge.. To Mr. HazeltonIt sure is nice and useful to get all the tips and ideas That you were generous enough to produce for us, And I really do like the outdoor bar idea....But the challenge would be That I'd like to see you do it without The expensive equipment... ( That I'm sure you realize that not all your followers have ) So without the big Tablesaw and all its attachments I'd like to see you do it with just regular tools.
This is great. I can bring it in during the winter. I started on one, but I am making it a Tiki bar with a few changes. The video is so straight forward, you don't even need directions or a material list, just like in all of Ron's projects.
Hi Emily are the plans ready yet?
Hi Emily, are the plans ready yet?
this is rediculous, there are no plans and no parts list, quit saying that they are. i am very dissapointed.
Wow! some of these comments are a little crazy. Some gives me an Idea. I wonder if my city is big enough to make a few bucks on this, I mean a guy could;make some jigs and knock out a few of these a day. Possibly sell enough to call it a job for a while eh?
seems like the materials would bring the cost up high enough a lot of people on here that really like it would scoff at the price this would have to be after it's built though. I mean you are looking at approximately 89.00 to 100.00 in wood, 30 to 40.00 in hardware, 8 to 10 in bonding agents ( Glue ) by the way that trim was nice but those Dado grooves should have been brushed in with that water proof glue before it was nailed in since you had it right there handy anyway, and then that Thompson waterproofing stain is around 20.00 a gallon can, pretty cheap for what it is actually.
so whats this range, I could do it for 200. i'll bet and that is being very thrifty. but what would a person pay for such a thing? I doubt people would want to pay 300.00 for it after all was said and done. seems like Labor might have to take the big cut and that would just be not fair after all that.
as for the dimensions. You make it smaller and it costs less, you make it bigger and it costs more. you make it the sz you need and that is still portable enough for YOU, if you are a Midget you will want this much shorter eh? Ron personalized his with the Sz he wanted. This thing could be 2 ft wide if that's all you needed. Any of the projects I have seen with actual materials list and cost on here seem way over priced because if you shop around and check you will find it cheaper, Ron doesn't clip Coupons and go on Craigslist and buy used lumber.
This is a cool Idea, I liked watching it.
Then why does the video say the plans and material lists are available a ronhazelton.com
Actually the video shows me enough that no printed plans are necessary .......
....yes ................those corner holders are very cool !
Overall, this website sucks. For example, the title says a materials list and plans are available. A ticker runs across the screen that same thing and can be found at ronhazelton.com. Not so.
Watch the video carefully, or back it up several times, when Ron attaches the hinges. He added a piece of wood adjacent to the trim on the back of the front piece. He doesn't mention that on the video or transcript - kind of an important piece of information to fail to mention. But, he does this sort of thing frequently and never provides material lists or plans. You just have to work with what you see, and if your a beginner woodsmith, you will need a lot of luck.
How to Build an Outdoor Serving BarLearn how to build a knock-down outdoor serving bar; watch a video of step-by-step construction tips; materials and tool lists providedIn fact, there are no materials and tool lists provided. Why the misinformation?
I like this one too. Thanks Ron...
I love this idea! thanks also can you show how to build a little walk bridge over my outdoor garden pond . the ones that are curved some.
hi Ron, where can i get those corner holders you were using to hold the folding bar together before assembly ....thanks for all the great tips
great project mr ron, this will look great in my back yard next summer
This is just so silly to watch! What normal person has those tools? And can't you make it more simple? I couldn't make it through the first couple of cuts before I stopped the video. I wish someone would build a bar that any one could build with simple everyday tools and it isn't break the bank. Please AND thank you. Sigh......
I made using my own measures and I made some changes by installing LED lights.http://youtu.be/y16jSTvCywU for any comments. it is beautiful
So this isn't something that someone like me could knock together on a free day with just a hand held jig saw then... sucks. Can we see people making stuff with the kind of power tools many DIY'ers have at home? Sorry but I don't have a full wood shop :(
Vic, when you made this project, to what did you attach the piano hinge to on the front panel? The 2x2 (1.5x1.5 actual) isn't wide enough to accomodate? Did you add an additional piece of wood for accepting the screws of the piano hinge?
To someone who made this project, please clarify for me:For the frame of the T-111 panels, the wood is 1.5x1.5 inches (i.e., 2-by stock cut to 1.5 inches). The side panels overlap the front panel, so there seems to be no space to attach the piano hinge to the frame of the front panel. What am I missing?
where are the plans. the video says go to Ron Hazelton.com for the plans. I am watching the video on the web site
Have any plans or materials list been made up yet? I would love to give this a shot but I am not very good when it comes to these types of things and need some guidance. Thank you
Hi Anthony - Currently we are not drawing up plans for our projects so it may be a while before plans for this project are realized. We're sorry for the inconvenience.
where is the material list and dimensions????
Did you ever get plans for this project>
Did anyone ever find any plans on this project?
Currently we are working on drawing up plans for all ourprojects but it may be awhile before plans for this project are realized. We're sorry for the inconvenience.
Good luck with your home improvements,
Ron Hazelton Team
I really like this and I made it.
Once you got to the "feather board" I was lost and quit watching. Way too complicated for something that could be simple.
You guys keep saying that and no plans show up
I dont get they never give plans with there videos
Why there is no plans with your videos. Most of us who watch you are newbies to wood work so Plz help us with plans
great project ron as always
Dido on the folding chairs may be a video on making them also? Please.
Have you considered making a jig for the trim pieces & using your circular saw or a router to cut the grooves ?
I enjoyed the video . The construction is straight forward . I use a good deal of piano hinges myself because of their strength and ease of application . I must admit that I am fonder of stained & spar varnish but realize that UV protection is really necessary for external use . I might have to try your finishing technique on some benches I have to refinish . The varnish came off , the exterior paint is coming off currently . Time to strip to bare wood & try something different. Your tablesaw seems to be a 10" Delta Unisaw. What type of roller assembly are you using ?
WOW, That table-saw is a MAN's SAW. What kind and model is it. Also the roller assy. was to die for.
You vids always leave me with a grin before they end. And then, the tools come out!! thanks XD
My only power tools are a circular saw and a cordless screwdriver/drill. No space for a table saw; it is out of the question. I can consider this project when I find the trim pieces "on the shelf".
Add me to the list of those wanting the plans for the portable serving bar. I always forward your weekly emails to my 7 adult children to view.I'm sure I'll be getting request to create a few of these serving bars in our woodshop. Thanks for all the great tips you give each week,
The email I got said you had the plans available at your web site .I can not locate them Please advise We have been waiting for the step-by-step instructions and material list for quite some time . Thank you
Ron: Can you please advsie how to obtain plans to biuld this project. Thanks
Ron: thank you for your show, this is a great project and I will find this extremely useful. Love your show. Notice you live in Connecticut. I live in Mass, We are almost neighbors.