I use TBIII to get the extended open time. The face frames, front and
back are already glued together so basically I have 2 face frames, 2
sides, a top and a bottom, and a center vertical panel. But I do have
about 48 feet of groves and dado's that have to be filled with glue in
about a 15 minute period for each upper cabinet. These all lock into
each other so clamping just holds it together should something like this
It all goes together like a puzzle, on top of my spacer blocks, thank
you Swingman, and then as a last step I add the clamps.
Another great job, Leon. Once again you have shown your design skills to b
uild in completely different design elements. Then the ability to execute
it so skillfully.
But... now we can't come see you and Kim this Christmas. This is your faul
t. I thought Kathy was never going to quit getting after me to build her <<
something>> after being there and seeing the TV cove/stand/cabinetry. She
loves your work (as do I!) but buddy... you are making it hard on the rest
Seriously, you set the bar pretty damn high. It reminds me of when I go to
a get together with Kathy's friends and they find out how much I cook, smo
ke, grill and bake, then they give their husbands a lot of grief over the f
act they do little or nothing in the kitchen.
Great work, and honestly (all kidding aside!) I hope we get to see it insta
lled and in use this year.
On 9/7/2015 3:49 PM, email@example.com wrote:
Thank you Robert.
OK, I helped Kim in the kitchen tonight. I can turn every thing on and
off, in the kitchen. I'm just not that proficient with running all the
material through the kitchen machinery. ;!) You and Karl set the bar
pretty high in there.
Thank you, and you and Kathy will be a welcome treat!.
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