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    A Pine Box

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    For the lady of the house.
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    Shaz,

    Pine box? -- Thought you were building a coffin for a minute there

    Your sketch looks good. Can't wait to see the pictures of how it comes out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean Wright View Post
    Shaz,

    Pine box? -- Thought you were building a coffin for a minute there

    Your sketch looks good. Can't wait to see the pictures of how it comes out.
    Thanks Sean,
    Pine box is a little coffin like, but this one is 84" by 24" by 30" tall and intended for components in the center sections and a 15" sub woofer on the right blowing down through the floor of the cabinet.
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    This will be a combination of the above 3 drawings with options chosen from each.
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    Since the piece is already installed showing construction pics may be limited.
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    Here are a few prior to completion.
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    Looks Good!

    What are the circular corners in the cutouts on the back? I've never seen that done before.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean Wright View Post
    Looks Good!

    What are the circular corners in the cutouts on the back? I've never seen that done before.
    Hi Sean,
    I places where I can use this technique I use it. Basically it is the drilled holes from the drill press with the 35mm in and pre determined so that I can drop cut out the hole on the tablesaw and not have to hand saw and file out the corners to get some semblance of a professional corner. Never saw it done before either, guess it is my idea, but you can use it .
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    This is a photo of the Pine Box almost finished, left as of this picture was the pull for each door. I put those on at that time but forgot to take a pic.

    It is on casters which are hidden by the base board.
    Cutting the back out allows for the easy access to all those funky wires that components and other audio/video stuff has. Casters allow us to roll the box out for a good look at the holes in the back of everything, even a good look at the holes in the back of the "Pine Box". You thought it was a story about a coffin!
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    Looks great Shaz. I sure the will be happy with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Al killian View Post
    Looks great Shaz. I'm sure they will be happy with it.
    Thanks Al, The aim is to please, and it is easier when you enjoy your work.
    I have been blessed.
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