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I finally finished this job today and figured to share some photos with you all,
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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.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?
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.TexasLegend said:Why did you build them separately, just for easier transportation?
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!Deanr said:That is impressive work.
Please elaborate on the wood used.