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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt Hutchinson View Post
    Hi Dave,

    Looks like a fun project. No, seriously, this looks like fun! I tend to keep my repairs fairly low key (drawer repair, spindle replacement, etc..), but this I would really enjoy!

    Looks like things are going well. And it's always great to have employees that you can trust to deliver the necessary level of quality. Keep up the good work (you and any others involved. )

    Can't wait to see more. Thanks for sharing!

    - Hutch
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    The piece should look great when it's done. Was the angle iron on the back for support? It didn't look like there were legs across that long section.
    Darren

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darren Wright View Post
    The piece should look great when it's done. Was the angle iron on the back for support? It didn't look like there were legs across that long section.
    Angle iron were used as braces for the legs. Where the new wood comes off the legs on the underside.
    I dream a lot. I do more painting when I'm not painting. It's in the subconscious.
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    ah, gotcha!
    Darren

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