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John Franzino
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Postby John Franzino » Sun, Mar 25 2007, 5:30PM

Master bath vanity
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Rick Palechuk
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Postby Rick Palechuk » Sun, Mar 25 2007, 9:25PM

Do you do your own finishing John?

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Postby John Franzino » Sun, Mar 25 2007, 9:38PM

Yes I do all my own finishing. This is white laquer with van dyke brown glaze.

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Postby Rick Palechuk » Mon, Mar 26 2007, 5:33AM

Nice work John.

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Postby Michael Yeargain » Wed, Mar 28 2007, 5:46AM

Fantastic arches. How long is the whole unit acros the top? Was the top arches cut on a CNC?
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Postby John Franzino » Wed, Mar 28 2007, 6:55AM

I beleive the cabinet is 103\" The arches were cut out of 3/4\" MDF on a band saw and the profile for the arch was made with a Williams & Hussey molding maching

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