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sofrock7959

04:39PM | 11/03/02
Member Since: 11/02/02
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I want to build a bar in my basement, but don't know tons about doing it. I would apreciate any tips that you can send my way. My other question is if i don't havea table saw, how can i get my edges straight. Im not that good at cutting straight lines with any saw, so that would bee a problem, help if you can. Thanks

alexh

05:50AM | 11/04/02
Member Since: 10/28/02
30 lifetime posts
If you have a circular saw you can get a rip fence for it that guides the saw from a cut edge or better yet if you need to make sure you piece is perfectly square use a board or piece of metal as guide.

As far as designing a bar you will probably have to look through a few magazines for ideas. Every bar is different so I don't think you're going to find a set of plans.

jpanzica

11:51AM | 11/04/02
Member Since: 11/03/02
3 lifetime posts
There are some basic bar plans in many different areas on the web. One such site is http://www.homewetbar.com/ which boasts simple (free) plans for a personal wet bar. Another (more elaborate) site is located at http://www.contractinteriors.co.uk/BarBuildCustom.htm. Try searching for "building a bar" in any of the popular search engines and you should come up with many great resources.

sofrock7959

05:40PM | 11/04/02
Member Since: 11/02/02
6 lifetime posts
Thanks guys, this is helping. Anyoth tips, or other things that might help? Another thing, i want to put up a mirror behind it, and have shelfs on it, what is the bestway/best looking way to put the shelfs on? Another thing, if i wanted to add a little shelf all along the edge of the bar, what is the best looking way to do this?

[This message has been edited by sofrock7959 (edited November 04, 2002).]

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