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Kenneth Rychlik
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Design and Finished Product

Postby Kenneth Rychlik » Wed, Aug 09 2006, 7:46PM

Here is a job that was won because of e-cabs. The kids at the house wanted the pool in the background of the window. 8) It is an upstairs crafting center. Remind me to bid more to go upstairs next time.. KR
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Rick Palechuk
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Postby Rick Palechuk » Wed, Aug 09 2006, 10:56PM

Looks good Kenneth, what finish did you use on the doors?

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Postby Kenneth Rychlik » Thu, Aug 10 2006, 11:09AM

Thanks, The finish is oil based enamel. It sets kind of slow, but looks pretty good. I used some automotive hardener to set it off a little quicker.
I have tried latex and that won't lay down as nice. Laquer is quick, but you can't get it in as many colors. Kenneth

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Postby Wayne Burrell » Fri, Aug 11 2006, 12:40PM

Nice stuff Kenneth!
We lived for days on nothing but food and water.
-W.C. Fields (1880-1946)

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Postby Geo Noeth » Thu, Aug 17 2006, 4:44AM

Kenneth,
Are those standard uppers in the knee area of the lower unit?

Good looking job. That is one job where the rendering does not do justice to the final job.

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Postby Kenneth Rychlik » Thu, Aug 17 2006, 2:57PM

Geo, Those are shorter than normal uppers, and the drawer part for the top of them is all made in one. I took normal base sides and made a cut out under the drawer area. That kind of made for one cabinet, with two face frames at different depths. I hope that makes sense. They are normal 12 inch depth with one shelf though. For the design I just used normal cabinets and chopped them up and loaded them to get the look.


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