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    Custom cherry stand & canopy

    A customer of mine wanted a all raised panel Aquarium stand in cherry wood. This is what I came up with for him.Click image for larger version. 

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    That is a beautiful project, Joe! Fantastic in every way!!!
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    Beautiful job Joe
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    Very cool Joe nice to see you posting again.

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    That is fantastic!!! I was at first wondering how easy access would be through those small doors, then I see the picture of the full opening front, fantastic!!! Well done

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    I had my shoulder fixed. I fell and ripped my rotator cuff.
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    Absolutely beautiful, Joe. Fantastic and awesome too!!

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    Nice piece Joe. I'll agree with Tom than the flip up top was a stroke of genius! Nice clean work on the rest of it as well.

    Did you do any special re-enforcing inside to handle the weight of the water or was a standard cabinet build deemed sufficient?

    Also glad to hear you're back at it, a torn rotator cuff is no joke!

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    Very well done, Joe. Like the others, I really like the way the top opens up for access.

    Glad you're on the mend. I know firsthand how long it takes for a torn rotator cuff to heal.
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