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I had a wardrobe to make for a customer so I thought I would make a beaded face frame. I practiced on a new router cabinet I have been thinking of making for some time now.
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That's a good looking router table - if you keep the inside free of chips and dust, you can keep your socks in the lower drawer and your skivvies in the upper drawer

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Wooden that be handy!

Great looking cabinet, Larry. Are those two plywood doohickies on the floor to stop the cabinet from moving?
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if you keep the inside free of chips and dust, you can keep your socks in the lower drawer and your skivvies in the upper drawer
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That's one sharp looking router table you built there . Nice job
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very nice you did a good job on the beading.
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I had a wardrobe to make for a customer so I thought I would make a beaded face frame. I practiced on a new router cabinet I have been thinking of making for some time now.
Larry you passed. Go ahead with the customers wardrobe.
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+ 1 what Don said.

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These are the kind of projects I love to see. Practicing on a shop tool that will make no matter if you screw up so that a project that does matter, turns out perfect.

Bravo. Looks great and kills two birds with one stone.


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Yes Dan the plywood doohickles are to keep the cabinet from moving around. I have four locking wheels but the doohickles
work better and is faster to install and remove. Thank You all for the kind works
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I was going to say that it's too fancy for a router table but then I noticed what's sitting on top! Nice work.
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