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Completed Raised Panel Assembly

Last time I posted I promised I would talk about space balls.  Sometimes referred to as raised panel door spacers, the space balls I want to describe are a woodworkers aid. (not the Mel Brooks movie from the 80’s)  These rubber … Continue reading

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Walnut Raised Panel Creation

Last week Phil and I made what might be our final trip to Armstrong Millworks in Milford MI.  We spent about three hours in the barn picking thru the walnut boards.  Our focus was on minimizing the waste due to … Continue reading

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More Pictures of My Progress

Some pictures of the men who worked the wood enjoying some glasses of Kruski’s Close up shot of one of my four drawers, the two drawer fronts do not move that are in front of the sink. Tons of room … Continue reading

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Attaching / Leveling Carcasses + Building / Mounting Counter Top

After the face frames were attached to their respective carcasses my next task was to level all three carcasses to each other.  This posed to be much more complicated than expected as my basement floor has major pitch towards the … Continue reading

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Fabricating Face Frames

The basement bar build has been chugging along.  I am embarrassed that I have not posted much on its progress since late November 2011. I would like to start from where I left off and post myself into the current … Continue reading

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