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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 04-27-2017, 11:45 AM Thread Starter
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I already have posted some images of my cabinet drawer build here.


Now I made it to get my video finished how I built it:




I would be very happy if you give some feedback

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Outstanding work - and you have a very organized build procedure too.
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Daniel nice job on the video. I like the clean lines of the little cabinet and the choice of wood.

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Great video ,thanks for posting

I also went to YouTube and gave you a thumbs up and subscribed
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Daniel nice job on the video. I like the clean lines of the little cabinet and the choice of wood.
Thanks Mike,

I forgot to mention what kind of wood I used for this cabinet....

The feet are out of spruce and the rest is made of pine.
That choice happened by pure chance DUe to lack of time I started this build in february of last year (2016) and finished it this year and inbetween my home depot did not offer the wood I used for the stands anymore so I had to buy pine as substitude.
But in the end I am pretty happy with this combination.

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Great video and nicely done project. I really enjoyed watching the progress and details of construction.
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Beautiful piece of work!! I think the pine worked out really well.
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Really enjoyed the video...nicely done...

Very nice cabinet...love your production technique
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Great video for a excellent job! Congrats! Sid.
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A very nice job, Daniel. A good video as well.
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