I imagine this is no big deal for many of you but for me it is a major first. Most of the time I do round stuff because I have always had a lot of trouble with straight and square. I have a decent shop full of good quality tools and have been reading and watching and learning for quite a while with the intention of making cabinets and furniture at some point. Well one of those points has arrived. I just completed my first real base cabinet. Itís nothing special to look at but it is solid and functional. Itís made with Borg Birch ply sides and back, oak face frame and drawer front, with some birch inner parts and various scraps. Pocket screw joinery, luaun door panel, Danish oil finish. The top is a maple cutting board that my FIL salvaged many years ago and I then salvaged from his house after he died. I turned 2 knobs last night but have yet to mount them. I put it on a mobile base and it will be the stand for my planer as you can see in the last photo. It measures 22Ē wide by about 22Ē deep. It should have been 24Ē deep, but I cut the sides wrong. That is not the only mistake, but I will not point out the rest. I definitely learned a lot with this project and look forward to using this lesson in the future.