Well, I am into year two in my remodeling project. Or is it year 3?
Anyway, the next stage of the project - FINALLY - is to get going in the kitchen. That means cabinets. Money is now limited so it will be slower than my normal turtle slow.
NOW - with the CNC ever so near - and YES - this is posted in General woodworking - cause it is - I am SERIOUSLY considering about how to use the CNC router, rather than the NYW router table to make the raised panel doors.
Hmmm - I can picture the 3-1/2 inch panel bit mounted in the spindle. Now - how to hold the panel on the machine? How to clamp it down, how to move that monster cutter on the panels.
Then there is the rail and stile cutters - end grain cutting, how deep to cut in each pass?
With a table size at 52" x 51" I should be able to cut out the carcase parts. I can do the rabits, dados, drilled holes - all in one setup - and not blow any dimensions.
Even the Face frame - I can do the pockets for the hinges and such.
BUT - alas, the machine is still in limbo - but it will be here soon - and just in time.
This will be a cool startup project for the Osprey
But for now - all I can do is dream a little dream.