This is a bird cage I started about a year ago for my wife. It all started because we got tired of always have bird seed all over the floor, so I set out to design one that would not put seed on the floor; at the same time we wanted it to look like a peice of furniture.
I am using red oak, red oak ply, birch ply, Alum, Stainless, and brass hardware.
The thing is a wall unit, with three seperate cages, each cage is mounted on blum sliding hardware so each cage can be slid out, or removed from the base as needed. I made all of the frames that hold the wire (Yep I drilled all them holes
Incidently this is my first attempt at making raised panel doors.
Learning as I go along, these pictures are old I am further along then what you see, I will try to take some pictures this weekend.
Also I only get to work on this in 2-3 hour intervals after work, and a full day on the weekend, if I am lucky. I also have to keep the garage able to park the cars in (I live in a Condo) so I pull tools and stuff out to do the work then have to put it back each day. That's why it's taking so long.
Ya have any suggestions, or tips please let me know, as I am new to all this wood working stuff.
bare base, base assy., base assy showing cage slid out, base with doors on, and slide out shelf in base unit.