Built 100% from FREE scavenged pallets and scrap wood.
You'll need a reciprocating saw to dismantle pallets: http://amzn.to/2hPDMiv

Entire build playlist http://youtu.be/8sTASX-panA
Part 2 https://youtu.be/Mj-aAeuR2JM
Dismantle Pallets Video: http://youtu.be/211rNoWrZ-Y

24 Responses

  1. I wonder if you’re so used to doing what you do, that you don’t realize the level of skill you actually have. Or maybe it’s knowledge – I don’t have either so I can’t say for sure, but cutting those angles for the joints seems like nothing for you. For me, it would be all day and scratching my head till my hair falls out! Good job.

  2. Great job, 65, did you mention how you took apart your pallets? I thought I saw that you just used a saws-all to cut them apart. That’s the biggest part of the job, right? Proud of you! Good Going!

    1. @Ken Johnston Thanks. Yeah, I just used a sawsall to cut the nails. I really like the look of rusty nail heads and contrary to others you can not remove the slats with a Pallet Pal, hammer, prybar or other means without ruining boards. The ends of all the boards will split on 95% of all pallets made. Very few pallets have unglued or non spiral shank nails. The first couple I did by hand an it took over an hour to remove slats. The sawsall took the time to 30 minutes without any broken slats and you can easily pop the heads out. Towards the end I got the time down to 15minutes a pallet.

  3. Great video! And 420 comments. Clearly you are inspiring others. You’re awesome! Are you interested in partnership? Sponsorship? We would love to see what you could do with our tools. Let me know and either way, keep up the great work!
    Emmy Braxtly

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