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    Oak T V Center Build

    Starting to build a white oak entertainment center for my daughterClick image for larger version. 

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    Looking good Charles!

    How do you like that flooring?
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    I really like the Roppe flooring, it is great if you drop something on it and it does provide a cushion for your feet I got a deal that I couldn't refuse when I got it.
    Last edited by Charles Hans; 04-06-2012 at 08:37 PM.

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    I will be watching this build. Looks nice so far.

    The flooring caught my eye too. What is called and where do you get it?
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    It is Roppe Rubber commercial flooring it is some tough stuff. here is a link about it.
    www.roppe.com/

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    Looks like you have a god start on the entertainment center, Charles! I'm looking forward to following your build.
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    Looks like a good start! I'm glad to see we got multiple builds going on now.

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    I got a little more done on the cabinet after a design change, which is another story My Daughter decided that she wanted flat panels in place of the raised paneld, and I have to please the customer you know.
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    Turning out to be a great looking cabinet Charles.
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    Nice to see it taking shape.
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