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TexasLegend said:
Very nice. The lines all look nice and straight, I guess you weren't partaking in the refreshments during the build. Was it done on-site or in-shop?
I did all the construction at my shop, constructed the 3 cabinets separate, then dropped the cabinets in before there was any flooring, and then trimmed it all out. The advantage was that I didn't have to deal with being crazy careful on the flooring since it was bare concrete to a new house. The downside, I had to work around the flooring guys schedule which wasn't bad at all.
 

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TexasLegend said:
Why did you build them separately, just for easier transportation?
Mainly so if the client ever wants to change the design, or they replace the wine chiller, the boxes can be changed/removed. The transportation of the boxes was another thing too since I drive a mid sized truck. Some may consider the idea to make them into separate boxes takes more material, but in all honesty I got away with using 3 sheets of ply on this where I thought I was going to need more.
 

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Deanr said:
That is impressive work.
Please elaborate on the wood used.
I used domestic 3/4" maple veneer ply with 3/4" soft maple for the face frame and door rails & stiles. Thank you guys for the compliments!
 
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