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    • Internet searches so far.   I do know the rust factor is definitely in my favor there, which is good.  I'm no fan of upstate NY but tools here are a buyers market, every store just has piles of them.   I've had my parents searching western Montana for me, after a weeks of showing them what I have to search through here.  They're finding them, but the prices are more than double what they are here.
    • The one everyone thinks is corder is a heatgun. I have alot more drills than this these are just the Dewalt ones lol... I dont have it in me to throw away tools unless they stop working. My first drill kit when I was 17 was a dewalt... and I never switched. So that is alot of years of upgrades and new models. I usually only use a few at a time with different bits etc. But it's nice to have a few more, I have a group of guys that come over once a month to use my shop and brag about projects. It comes in handy to have the extra tools.   That is exactly the case..
    • Just try to get fresh curds in CO! Sent from my MotoE2(4G-LTE) using Tapatalk
    • Cherry is popular these days.  Seems like everyone is working with it.  Maybe it's a knee-jerk reaction to the disgusting walnut bandwagon.  At least I think that's what's happening to me, and Mike has said the same.  I'm on the home stretch of a cherry low entertainment cabinet myself.  Sorry, no journal on this one. Looks like a good project, The Nut.  I'm interested to see what the chokecherry looks like. 
    • Rather than caulking the glass in place, consider using glazier's points, as in traditional window frames, or make the rabbet deep enough to accept the glass + a thin frame to hold it in with screws. Gluing the glass in makes for a mess if it ever breaks, and needs replacement. If you want the back of the case as a mirror, I would make it in a frame, similar to the door, then use the framed mirror as if it were a panel.
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