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    Benchtop Tool Cabinet

    A simple cabinet of drawers to sit on a benchtop (exactly where, I have yet to determine).

    Plywood & Sycamore. Drawer bottoms/slides from 1/4" ply, drawer fronts sourced from miscellaneous scrap bits lying around the shop.

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    There are more photos posted to both my Flickr page: http://www.flickr.com/photos/happy-mutant-photography/
    and to my Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/kevin.vernon.3386

    Thanks for looking,

    -Kevin in Indy

    P.S. - guess I should have rotated the photos before uploading them. I get spoiled by Flickr, which does that automagically, from the EXIF data. *Shrug*
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    Cool little cabinet Kevin! There would be no doubt my wife would steal that from my shop to put in the house.
    Darren

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    Very cool. I like the random drawer fronts.
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    Not bad! Should come in very handy to store small items, that's for sure!
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    Cool use of scrap. The drawers give it an eye-catching, quirky look.
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