I bought a 4x8 sheet of 3/4" MDF a while ago, but the project I was going to do with it got canned and we've now moved to a new house where I don't have much room to store a full 4x8 sheet.
3/4" MDF is some heavy stuff, could anyone give me some ideas for what I could do with this as a fun project? I need to get this out of the way and I don't just want to cut it into random sizes for storage that I may never use.
My skills are mediocre, so anything not too complex should be doable.
Ideas? What would be a good use of 3/4" mdf? Originally I was going to make a speaker box for a car, but that car is gone, as is my garage where I could comfortably store 4x8 sheets without issue.
If it were me, I'd look around the shop and see if you have a machine that needs a base. I have a sheet of 3/4" MDF too and I am building a cutoff station for my mitersaw - wings, fence and an adjustable stop block.
Some other things I have built out of sheet goods:
A nice rolling cabinet that my planer is housed on.
An outfeed table for the tablesaw. (or infeed. or both!)
A router table.
A sharpening station.
whatever you decide to do, save your scrap - that stuff is (Usually) dead flat and good for building jigs.
Lovely job! It looks like the project came together really nicely! What have you been storing in the pullouts and are the drawers which are further in difficult to access? If you're wanting to start...