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    Sanded Pine Plywood

    Just sayin

    If you spend the cash for sanded pine ply.

    You should orientate the sanded side for the show side

    Just sayin

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    Ha! Sounds like the voice of experience right there.
    When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro. - Hunter S. Thompson
    When the weird get going, they start their own forum. - Vaughn McMillan

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    Yah. Shoulda added DAMHIKT, huh? We've all BTDT.
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    Not my first Rodeo either.

    Fortunately - it is a workshop cabinet.

    The Home Remodel will be borrowing this cabinet as a temp kitchen cabinet - so I wanted it to look nice.

    Ohhhh Weellllllll

    I'm on a run with stupid mistakes lately

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    This is an INNER cabinet, like a sink base, or refrigerator on one side, dishwasher on the other.
    I am going to add a floating panel to it/around it (island).
    Need some more, to go with the agent 86, would you believe?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leo Voisine View Post
    ... I'm on a run with stupid mistakes lately
    No, Leo. Repeat after me: Learning experience...Learning experience...Learning experience.
    Bill Arnold
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    Oh Leo i thought i had the full rights to stupid this weekend. Now i can share if i need to.

    Sent from my SGH-I337M using Tapatalk
    cheers

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    This is one of those design as you go cabinet.

    There was no design to start.

    In fact - even my thoughts now are quite different than when I started out.

    Now - I have decided that it will get painted - pretty of course.

    The face frame work till be Oak - originally - it was gonna look like just 4 legs and a shelf.
    Now it will get 6 nice drawers - some cabinet doors - raised panel doors - CNC engravings - really nice trimwork

    It is still a workshop cabinet and will eventually become my CNC workstation cabinet - for my smaller 24 x 24 x 4 machine.
    I also have another even smaller desktop MaxNC CNC machine in th eattic that I may put on this in the end.

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