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About three years ago when I finally retired I got to use the router bits I've been buying at the woodworking shows over the years. Cabinets are birch Ply with maple fronts and raised panel doors. Being a small bathroom built in 1953 I gutted including 3" cracked concrete floor as well as converted cast iron and galvanized pipe to PVC as well as rewired with ceiling vent I loved the Summerfeld router bit sets.
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Roger, you gots talent...

This would have been the week that I'd have finished chewing thru the restraints...
If only new layers hadn't been added....

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Nice job Roger
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Well done, sir. I am also in the Sommerfeld camp now and will be using their dovetail jigs soon.

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Beautiful...and you waited for retirement...? !

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Nice job, cabinets look great. Did you make the vanity top or was it ready-made?

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Nice worki Roger
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Had local granet shop make it
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Looks great I'm in the same boat only doing a complete house from the 50's. I fell off my chair when I saw the price of a floating vanity...$1,200 dollars! For what, basically a box that hangs on the wall. Needless to say, I'm going to build it.
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Nice job.

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