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Craig Day
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Cherry Bookcase

Postby Craig Day » Sun, Aug 12 2007, 7:32PM

Cherry bookcase with 1.5\" thick shelves. They spanded 44\" that is why they are so thick. Pennyslvania Cherry gel stain, satin finish. Has touch pad for the lights under the countertop behind the apron.
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Postby Craig Day » Sun, Aug 12 2007, 7:33PM

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Gene Davis

Postby Gene Davis » Sun, Aug 12 2007, 9:42PM

Beautiful job!

Would you mind sharing with me the steps in the process between finishing the design in eCabs and the final photo?

Particularly,

-Material specs?

-Do you operate a Thermwood shop, or did you get shared production?

-Did you instead use the software to produce yourself a parts list with details, then cut the parts with non-CNC woodworking equipment?
-If done using Thermwood CNC, estimated time to machine parts.

Craig Day
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Postby Craig Day » Mon, Aug 13 2007, 5:54AM

Thank you Gene. I used all cherry ply and cherry solid stock. I machined all solid stock with joiner (surfaced to get flat before planer) then planer. Cut box parts on tablesaw and made the crown and doors with the shaper. Someday I am a one man shop and someday like to get the big router.


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