|Project by PurpLev||posted 07-29-2009 08:09 PM||3400 views||1 time favorited||8 comments|
This is an old project, that I just ran across it’s photos, and thought I might as well post it here.
This was a storage cabinet for my NLE (Non Linear Editing) workstation (I used to do video editing, and computer animation). the cabinet was designed to be deep and high enough to completely fill the space under my desk to maximize storage space. it had 3 drawers (1 for paper files, 1 for DVD backups, and 1 for DV Media Backups, and raw footage). It also has a covered deep shelf for rulers, cutting boards, and other long/flat items that didn’t have a suitable place, and a top that was used as extra space to hold things when needed.
the cabinet is made entirely from 1/2” birch plywood, and was made with a cordless set of drill+circular saw (when I still had life in the batteries) and drywall screws… one of my first projects. the back is 1/2” birch plywood nailed in with pin nails and a hammer. then the entire thing was sanded and left unfinished.
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