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    here we go again

    Customer ordered 2 new bathroom vanities from the kitchen place. When she found out that it was going to take 6 weeks to get them she asked for a faster solution. So we gave her one.
    First and second pic is the parts for the long one.
    Third pic is the jig for letting in the styles.
    Fourth pic is the Blummotion hardware behind that window for my living room.
    Fifth pic the cut all made you can see my high teck stop guides on the jig.
    Sixth my shaper yes it is smaller and takes up less space than most router tables. But at least it has way more power and way better lift than most router tables too.
    Seventh pic parts all cut for the long cab.
    Eighth pic my version of skechup.
    Last pic the pocket hole jig set up ready to do some drilling.
    Oh and sorry about the tinny pics I seem to have caught a case of the Jim's tiny pic itis
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    Last edited by Chuck Thoits; 07-02-2013 at 01:37 AM.
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    First pic face frame all drilled
    Second all the cross members cut
    Third all screwed up
    Fourth really all screwed up these are the 3 yes count them 3 attempts at making the top and bottom rail for the 48" cab first time I used the wrong set back measurement. Second time I laid it out from the wrong end. And the third time is a charm
    Another shout you can see how far off I was the bottom one is the keeper.
    Last pic the 48' one all together.
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    Last edited by Chuck Thoits; 07-02-2013 at 01:28 AM.
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    Looks good from what I can see. The tiny pic bug is bad one to have
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    Chuck, I noticed all of your images are prefixed with "tn_". Did you perhaps attach thumbnails rather than the actual pics?

    Looks good from what I can see too.
    Darren

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    looking good captian so how are you going to attach them to the boxes
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darren Wright View Post
    Chuck, I noticed all of your images are prefixed with "tn_". Did you perhaps attach thumbnails rather than the actual pics?

    Looks good from what I can see too.
    Yes Darren that is exactly what I did. Larry has already told me I don't have to do the resize thing any more.
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    Ahh, yes Chuck. I know of the "3rd TIMES A CHARM" way of operating.

    Is that face frame really 48' [feet]. Those small pics are really deceiving.

    Just joshin'. Looking good so far.

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    Steve you must have been reading my mind that's just what I thought, lol good old Chuck got a new camera and we back to tiny pics again.
    cheers

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    Some more progress
    First is the style and rail piles I tape them together to cut them.
    Second tenon cut I did these on the TS
    Third the set up for the tenon
    Fourth the face frame ready for paint
    Fifth panels all cut for some strange reason I cut four each for door pairs 3,6,and 9
    Sixth the help is all used up.
    Seventh I decided that I was going to try something new and finish screw the styles and rail together instead of dowel them.
    Eight yup them all fit time to paint.
    Last is the tub panel frame once it drys I'll make the panels.
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    Last edited by Chuck Thoits; 07-07-2013 at 04:11 PM.
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    Neat. Chuck do you trim the doors to fit when you insert them into the frame? Thanks for fixing the pic issue now they nice size to be able to see your work. What you doing to the help seems you wear them out all the time.
    cheers

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