So last night my house was struck by lightening. Besides scaring the piss out of my family I found I had a faulty surge protector. Just so happened to be the one my very large TV, PS4, cable box and stereo were plugged into that are now all very expensive paperweights. When I found this I immediately went to my shop and luckily I keep most things unplugged anyway in case my kids get out there but my jointer and brand new Laguna bandsaw were plugged into a surge protector that luckily worked. The surge protector is dead but my tools work still.
Just something to think about if you guys live somewhere that thunderstorms are a regular occurrence.
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Aren't sliding dovetails just the best on small pieces like this? Self squaring, firm fitting. I use them as my default for carcass joints on things around medicine cabinet size and under. I even made a router table sled that let's me get a more controlled cut; particularly in mid panel. A beautiful piece that will be used often and a classic music box theme for the tune plus incorporating the design "suggestions"; well done.