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    Arrow Cherry corner Cabinet

    Yes I'm still alive, Even more scary I haven't forgotten how to turn on the saw, considering I haven't built anything major in over a year.

    Nephew started one of these in high school (He turned 40 on Monday) He brought it over to finish it and we decided to just start over. Case is 3/4 cherry ply shelves are 1/2 inch cherry ply. Bout had a heart attack when I picked those up. Almost $200

    Took the plans from wood magazine to get some basic dimensions and tailored it to suit me from there.

    Finish is BLO and Magnalac pre cat satin lacquer.
    Cut the face frame apart twice before I got it right.
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    What a comeback. Really nice piece.

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    Great looking corner cab Robert good to see your making sawdust

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    very nice. very nice.
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    Well done. Admittedly it's sometimes difficult to pony up the funds for project supplies, but as is often the case, the final product would have certainly cost much, much more if one had to buy it from a store.

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    Very nice work Robert and welcome back good to see you in the clubhouse.
    cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Keeble View Post
    Very nice work Robert and welcome back good to see you in the clubhouse.
    My thoughts exactly. I was wondering about you just a few days ago.
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    The cherry is beautiful. Looks like real nice work.
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    well done robert,, its about time i was gonna send that ole geyser after yu this spring if yu hadnt crawled back out of yur den how do you like using that magna lac? got some myslef to try and am curious to here your thoughts on it.. what gun set up did yu use? what needle size and thinning of the material. how does it sand? there that ought to keep yu busy for few mins answering these questions??
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Keeble View Post
    Very nice work Robert and welcome back good to see you in the clubhouse.
    Quote Originally Posted by Vaughn McMillan View Post
    My thoughts exactly. I was wondering about you just a few days ago.
    I was starting to wonder if you and your tractor had sunk in to the mud never to be seen again.

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