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Project by robscastle posted 10-26-2012 11:56 PM 1112 views 0 times favorited 3 comments Add to Favorites Watch

I have a corner cupboard in the kitchen which is huge but very hard to access.
I wanted to buy some opening frames that came out when the door opened. Haffle products, but none were suitable.

So I made some from MDF.
Interesting material to work with to say the least, A Dust extractor is a must.
The MDF then sucks up paint like a sponge, however has a very smooth finish

First off I modified the “hidden” section of the existing cupboard by removing some of the material and added a fixed panel. This was to put lids in and also to be able to see into the area.

Took 2 days to complete mainly due to the paint drying, so what to do while waiting? check out LJ of course.

I by chance saw Ohad Milners work, and the images inspired me to make a hammer while I was waiting around. (His work worth a look at there is some amazing work to view)

So while I was waiting I glued up three pieces of “scrap” Silky Oak with titebondIII then with the belt linisher and Oscillating sander set to work. Finishing it by hand finishing and then added a coat of LLWW secret Oil formula. Here is the result.

Enjoy

-- Regards Robert





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#1 posted 10-27-2012 05:25 AM

Cool design,well done.

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#2 posted 10-27-2012 08:08 AM

Not bad at all…love the hammer

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#3 posted 10-27-2012 11:00 AM

Wow, this is another one for my “to-do” list. What a great idea! Thanks for sharing :).

-- Robb

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