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Old 02-27-2017, 11:25 PM   #7401
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Finished up this addition last week. Approximately 2,000 sqft onto a 5,000 Sq ft house. Rest of house has been totally gutted for renovations.

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Old 02-27-2017, 11:41 PM   #7402
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Took the clamps off the upper vanity today and put some filler on needed areas. Flush routed the edge of the FF to the side of the cabinet and sanded smooth. Sanded the flutes nice and smooth, broke most of the edges.

Setup 2 shapers with a cope and stick for a Shaker door setup. Made the parts list, cut the parts, coped the ends and ran the stick cut for 6 drawers and 4 doors. Setup the panel cutter and made some MDF panels. Primed the panels and glued up the doors and drawer fronts.

Upper vanity with the doors that will have mirrors in them


Doors and drawer fronts in clamps
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Fit the doors and drawer fronts today and worked on fitting the two countertops to the sink so they would be nice and flush. Had to put a 37 miter x 32 bevel on the front edge where the counter touches the sink, plus a slight concave curve to make it fit nice. Did the test angles on a separate board and with the chopsaw. But had to use a jigsaw to make the cuts on the counter.

Put the lower, upper, 2 countertops and the sink together and things are fitting well. Now the only question left for them is if they want to keep the longer overhangs on the left and right (3") or keep them equal with the front which is 1". It'll give them more countertop real estate.

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Working on a big flitch beam install today. The other wall goes as well. 18' long 11" x 3/8" steel plates.
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Painters make it look nice..
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And this almost done.
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I am just glad my little beam install post went up before Resta posted. Who can follow that? Your work is always amazing!!
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I'd be more impressed if he was carving it out of wood...
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I am just glad my little beam install post went up before Resta posted. Who can follow that? Your work is always amazing!!
dude: anybody who has done an in place beam appreciates what you did, and how hard it is not to have it look like hack when done.
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dude: anybody who has done an in place beam appreciates what you did, and how hard it is not to have it look like hack when done.
Thanks! I definitely don't want to downplay the complexity of it...but damn!! Resta is a Master!! Love seeing his art!

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I am just glad my little beam install post went up before Resta posted. !
It looks like art work to me. Neat and clean.
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Out with the old, in with the new. Design build and finish.
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Primed 48' of crown and delivered it to the site. Took measurements for the extended countertops and they'll fit.

Back to the shop and worked the counters, cut them to length, rounded the edges, drilled some holes to attach the upper, drilled and tapped 2 holes in the hanging tabs on the back of the sink so it could be attached to the upper.

Put a couple coats of primer on the doors and drawer fronts, made the backs, drilled the holes for the electrical boxes for the sconces, taped the electrical box holes off. Ran some molding for the top of the upper, mitered and installed it.

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Primed 48' of crown and delivered it to the site. Took measurements for the extended countertops and they'll fit.

Back to the shop and worked the counters, cut them to length, rounded the edges, drilled some holes to attach the upper, drilled and tapped 2 holes in the hanging tabs on the back of the sink so it could be attached to the upper.

Put a couple coats of primer on the doors and drawer fronts, made the backs, drilled the holes for the electrical boxes for the sconces, taped the electrical box holes off. Ran some molding for the top of the upper, mitered and installed it.

You know the rule... no pics, it didn't happen...
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It's right there installed on the cabinet.
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It's right there installed on the cabinet.
Thought you meant installed it at the customers house... what the heck is taking you so long?...
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Basically that damn sink is what is slowing this project down.

Just about everything has primer on it now. The mirror door 26mm cup hinges are coming in tomorrow so I'll see if I can use the doors I made or not. Plus my 1/4"D flush cut router bit bearing seems be on it's last leg and I don't trust it. I ordered 2 new ones which will be here tomorrow too. So I can turn the slot into a rabbet so the mirror can go in.

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