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Posted on Remodel Woodworking - Cabinets, Built-ins, Doors

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skatefriday

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#1 posted 12-31-2018 02:28 AM



If you have a few years to work on it.. sure it can be done.

I would consider more tooling (planer, joiner, cabinet or hybrid table saw, a couple festool or Mirka sanders (Dynabrades if you have enough air) two more routers (one cope, one sticking and a 3+hp for panels (assuming reverse raised like a proper shaker panel)

Then finishing, you will need some sort of spray setup something along the lines of a fuji 4 stage.

Then space for storage (and finishing)

- Jared_S

I ended up buying an Earlex HVLP sprayer after having to remake 4 drawer fronts due to a bad finish job. The Earlex did a satisfactory job.


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