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Radius Wine Room

Postby Leo Graywacz » Fri, Jun 08 2007, 10:22PM

Here is a radii wine room. Glass cabinet on the right to hold larger bottles and cigars on the left a display rack for decorative bottles of expensive wine bottles. Made from Sapele and stained with a medium brown stain. Small room.



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Postby George Davidson » Sat, Jun 09 2007, 2:12AM

I like the back round wall did you make the walls to.
How long did it take to put all your cabinets in the room.
Did you go in and made templates of the room.

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Postby Leo Graywacz » Sat, Jun 09 2007, 9:58AM

George Davidson wrote:I like the back round wall did you make the walls to.
How long did it take to put all your cabinets in the room.
Did you go in and made templates of the room.

Great work


When I got the job I went out to the site and drew the radius out on the floor for the construction crew to follow. I knew it would be close but I also know framing an sheetrock are not perfect. So after it was built I took my actual plywood base and a swing router setup to the sight. The wall was about 3/8" smaller than I had planned and I made it smaller to accommodate it. I too the base back to the shop and used the same swing router setup for the top. It was straight forward from there.

The room was small and since it was taller than the doorway and not quite to the ceiling I had to do the assembly in the field of the wine rack. The glass cabinet and the shelf were all pre-assembled and just stood up. The wine rack assemblies were all just single upright sections. I put the base down and the put in the uprights, then the top. Did the same for the straight sections. I brought the two cabinets over first, and then all the wine rack fit into the back of my pickup. If it was assembled it would have taken me a few more trips. It took about 13 hours to assemble it, two days.
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Postby Al Navas » Sun, Jun 10 2007, 6:57AM

Leo Graywacz wrote:...When I got the job I went out to the site and drew the radius out on the floor for the construction crew to follow...

This is great work, Leo!

By "...drew the radius on the floor...", do you mean that the wall behind the radius section of the rack is also built with a radius?

What a great looking wine rack!


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Postby George Davidson » Sun, Jun 10 2007, 8:05AM

Hi Leo Did you make it up in E-Cabinets.
I would love to see it made up in E-Cabintes
Here is my swing router setup I would like to get a nice one.
I did use masonite for my templates but now that my son's do a lot of
concrete they take my masonite :cry: So I use cardborad from all the builders.We do about 18 builders there trim and kitchen and concrete work
I keep there kitchen pantry and sliding glass door cardborad I have a rack in the shop just for cardborad.(Plywood I can not pick up any more)
I am 29 now I will be 30 :?: June 20 That is all right my son's are 34 and 39 they said they would help me. I slide the plywood around on the floor in the shop.
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Postby Leo Graywacz » Sun, Jun 10 2007, 9:37AM

Al Navas wrote:
Leo Graywacz wrote:...When I got the job I went out to the site and drew the radius out on the floor for the construction crew to follow...

This is great work, Leo!

By "...drew the radius on the floor...", do you mean that the wall behind the radius section of the rack is also built with a radius?

What a great looking wine rack!


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Yes, the wall behind the radius of the wine rack is also radiused. This was to have some extra space behind the wall where the oil tanks for the heating system of the house are.
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Postby Leo Graywacz » Sun, Jun 10 2007, 9:39AM

George Davidson wrote:Hi Leo Did you make it up in E-Cabinets.
I would love to see it made up in E-Cabintes


No, this was a few months before I was introduced to the system. If I had rendered it in eCabs I would have posted the rendering also like I did with the Cherry Library above this post.
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Postby Kerry Fullington » Sun, Jun 10 2007, 10:01AM

George,
Here is a LINK to some pictures of my shop made circle jig. It is very easy to adjust and is expandable to very long radii.
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Postby Al Navas » Sun, Jun 10 2007, 10:11AM

Kerry Fullington wrote:...It is very easy to adjust and is expandable to very long radii...

Nice!

Do you machine your own adjustable blocks, or ask a machine shop to make them for you? Are they aluminum, or something else?



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Postby Kerry Fullington » Sun, Jun 10 2007, 11:09AM

Al,
My first model used wood blocks with threaded inserts. I kept splitting the wood blocs by over tightening the rods.
I had a machine shop mill these for me. They used steel because this particular shop doesn't work aluminum. Either metal will work. At least with the steel blocks I don't have to worry about wearing them out. With a drill press and taps they would be easy enough to build in shop. ( and cheaper). This shop used their milling machine which has a rate of $100 an hour so these were pretty expensive.

I have also seen these done using phenolic and inserts.

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Postby Al Navas » Sun, Jun 10 2007, 11:36AM

Thanks for the details, Kerry. I will contact some of the machine shops around here and see how much they will charge to make them.


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Postby George Davidson » Sun, Jun 10 2007, 11:54AM

This is the one I have been looking at
http://www.woodhaven.com/detail.aspx?ID=2111

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Postby Al Navas » Sun, Jun 10 2007, 12:00PM

Up to 205-inch bar capacity! I was unable to find the cost of the longer bar, George. This opens up a whole NEW option.

You guys are going to cost me some money, at the rate we are going. I better make some sales, and quickly! :lol:


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