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ice box sub-zero

Postby Brian Shannon » Sun, Dec 18 2005, 10:17PM

Check out this Rift Oak Flush Shaker job I just finished. The \"ice box\" is a 48\" Sub-Zero. Simple but elegant. The inset(flush) cabinets were easy to build \"dead square\" with the help of my Thermwood router. As you all know, inset and Euro cabinets are a pain in the xxx if they are not square and accurate.

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Postby Wayne Burrell » Tue, Dec 20 2005, 3:53PM

Very nice job! Where did you find the hardware?

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Postby David Norton » Tue, Dec 20 2005, 7:12PM

Brian, Way to go bud! A very nice job indeed!
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Postby Brian Shannon » Tue, Dec 20 2005, 7:23PM

Wayne,

I found the hardware at http://www.Iceboxes.com. One set(2 hinges and one hasp)is $400. plus shipping.

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Postby Brian Bauer » Tue, Dec 20 2005, 11:28PM

Brian

Awesome job man they look great, are they face frame or euro?
I did a set like that a couple years ago wish they would have done the fridge like yours. :wink: :beer:

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Postby Brian Shannon » Sat, Dec 24 2005, 12:57PM

Brian,


They are face frame cabinets. All 1 3/4\" accept the upper top rails are 3\".

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Postby Mike Bowers » Sun, Dec 25 2005, 6:20PM

Very nice job Brian, that sub zero looks great. Really stands out....
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Postby Denis L'Heureux » Thu, Dec 29 2005, 9:15AM

Excellent work.

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Rift Oak

Postby Rob Magary » Fri, Jan 20 2006, 4:37PM

Is rift oak the same as quarter sawn? Also, did it come from Conestoga?
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Postby Brian Shannon » Fri, Jan 20 2006, 7:46PM

Rob,

Rift(Vertical Grain oak) is very similar to quarter sawn but it does not have the modulary rays that are present in quarter sawn oak. Rift is milled a lot like quarter sawn yet slightly different. The doors were purchased from CalDoor in California.


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