Here are some pictures of the very beginning of some Jatoba cabinets that i'm making for a customer. I've played with this wood in the past and it can be challenging but boy is it pretty. All is flush face framed with all plywood boxes. I'll keep you all posted with pictures.
As you can see on the plywood, why is it when there is a flat surface in the shop it mysteriously accumulates stuff?
I swear every time I turned around there was something else that climbed up on top!
In the one pic, that is a 1 foot ruler. total of just over 100bf material. Most in 4/4 rough with the planks on top in 5/4 rough that I will re-saw into about 5/8" material.
I'll keep you all posted with pictures as I get further into it. Also doing a counter top with ipe for the counter edge and for the back-splash. Man the dust from this stuff is awful . I always use my toxic dust respirator when working with wood, especially this exotic stuff (even with the festool vac) can't be too careful. I don't want to be 60+ and have problems I could have avoided by taking precautions now.