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    Wall Cabinet

    Finally got this done and out of my way. Wall cabinet for my folks. Will be painted by them.

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    Very nice piece Steve. What method did you use to create the shelf standards?
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    Looks great, Steve.
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    Quote Originally Posted by glenn bradley View Post
    Very nice piece Steve. What method did you use to create the shelf standards?
    I used the purchase method I wanted to see a set, now I know how to build them. Not that hard to do, once you see a set first hand.
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    Very nice Steve. Interesting method of adjusting the shelves. How did you do it??
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    See post right above Bob.

    I bought them from Woodcraft. I can make them now
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    Nice job on the cabinet, Steve!

    LOML purchased an armiore several years ago that was built in France circa 1920. It has the same type of adjustment system for shelves. In this case, there is a wood strip that runs between the front and back on which the shelf sits.
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    good work steve! i've wanted to try that shelf adjustment idea for a while now. first time i saw it, i thought it was way cool, and a good way to use up odds and ends.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Southwood View Post
    I used the purchase method I wanted to see a set, now I know how to build them. Not that hard to do, once you see a set first hand.
    Excellent. I've done the same thing myself. It is interesting how much clearer some things are when you have them in your hands. Thanks.
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