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    4' x 7' Pantry Project

    A co worker talked me into building him a large pantry this winter during layoff. He wants it built in 2 pieces to make it easier to get into the double wide home. I found a pic of the general style, 4 doors and 2 drawers, he wants it all raised panel, soft close hardware. So far I made up a rough sketch, used a cabinet door calculator and ran the rail and stile parts through the shaper. I now have the panels glued up and ready for raising on the shaper with the new Grizzly 5 wing cove panel raiser that arrived yesterday.

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ID:	80608cabinet will look like this but wider and taller, in red oak .

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ID:	806074 doors and 4 side panels to raise

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ID:	80606my new griz cove panel raiser,

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    so your gonna use some different wood for a change, run out of ash bryan that 5 wing cutter will make short work of those panels
    If in Doubt, Build it Stout!
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    Wow some cutter. I am looking forward to watching this event play out thanks Bryan for sharing it with us. Those look like pretty large panels for doors. So all solid wood no ply eh.
    cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Tulak View Post
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    Got some WoodWorking done this am, trimmed the panels to size and raised the panels in 3 passes . Dry fit one for a look.

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    looks like your back into that ash again
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    Darren

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Keeble View Post
    Wow some cutter. I am looking forward to watching this event play out thanks Bryan for sharing it with us. Those look like pretty large panels for doors. So all solid wood no ply eh.
    sides and doors all "Red Oak" raised panels. I made the stiles on the side panels wider so I can drill for shelf holes, cut dado for the back panel, etc..

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    well i guess my lookers fooled me this time.. the pics looked like ash bryan but i see its red oak.. did you notice any differnce in a 3 wing cutter over the 5 wing? should be smoother in the 5 wing
    If in Doubt, Build it Stout!
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    Don't put off today till tomorrow!

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