Dovetail drawers

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Dovetail drawers

Postby DanFecteau » Thu, Oct 05 2006, 8:07AM

Here's our dovetail drawers for a kitchen going to Cape code. Made of baltic birch, 1/4\" bottom and with our special touch, a solid 1\" walnut edge with a vgroove to split the walnut and the baltic birch. They are made to receive tandem blumotion slides. What do you think about it ?
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Postby Brian Shannon » Thu, Oct 05 2006, 9:45AM

Those are very classy, Dan. Did your dovetail joints come out nice and tight? If so, what kind of tweeks did you have to do?



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Dovetail

Postby DanFecteau » Thu, Oct 05 2006, 9:55AM

I did'nt touch anything, there's a little \"loose\" but only maybe 1/64\", next time I'll try to adjust it better, but we will have to play with it everytime you start a new batch cause it depends of many things I think, surfacing of the table, use of the tools,etc...

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Postby Rick Palechuk » Thu, Oct 05 2006, 9:03PM

Hey Dan, you should post pics of the job when your done, if it's anything like your pullouts it should be something to see.

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Postby David Norton » Fri, Oct 06 2006, 7:37PM

Exceptionally nice Dan, Plz post pics of the completed job. :)
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Some low quality pics

Postby DanFecteau » Wed, Oct 11 2006, 3:12PM

You can't see the glaze cause it's light and the quality of the pics is very bad......I'll post some more pics later...
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hood canopy

Postby DanFecteau » Fri, Oct 13 2006, 6:12AM

some pics of the hood canopy
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dovetail drawers

Postby marc musser » Tue, Oct 17 2006, 5:11PM

nice drawers, ala christopher peacock cabinetry?

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dovetail drawers

Postby marc musser » Tue, Oct 17 2006, 5:12PM

nice drawers, ala christopher peacock cabinetry?


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