|Project by Stan_MT||posted 08-18-2007 08:30 AM||1406 views||0 times favorited||12 comments|
Was having some work done when the dental assistant mentioned needing a cart for two of their machines, not sure what the first one is but the second one she mentioned was used to check for gum cancer (no problems here) and that she couldn’t find one in their catalogs that would fit both machines.
Figured what the heck—offered to make them a custom cabinet in barter for dental services.
Upper shelf with ledge to keep the machine on top from sliding off the back or sides, 2 drawers under the top. 15” opening for the second machine, with another 2 drawers under that.
Solid Hickory construction, top and shelf aligned with biscuits and held in place with pocket hole screws and glue. Finish is two coats of Sherwood Moisture Resistant Lacquer (medium rubbed effect)—sprayed on with the $80 HF/Rockler/Woodcraft HVLP turbine gun.
Here’s the result, thanks for looking.
-- Stan, Northwest Montana, http://www.elksigndesigns.com