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These photos show some of the construction of the entertainment center that I built for the Cooper House.

I was asked a few times if I made this on a CNC machine and my reply at the time was, "Nope, I drew it by hand and I made it by hand. I don't even own a computer." And it was true, at the time I did not.

I made a 1/3 scale model out of plywood for this project. It did not have full details, but once again it was good for the client to see and to be sure my balance and proportions were good.

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I couldn't tell are the shelves fixed or adjustable? That is a really nice contrast in the two woods. Thanks.
 

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The shelves of the side display cases are adjustable. The dividing shelf between the upper and lower doors is in a fixed position.
 

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Nice work. I'd adjust that one door….just kidding.
 

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Great stuff, Todd. I really like the finish you achieve on these projects. Also find the rounded edges very appropriate to the design. It's great to see wood other than Oak or Walnut used. It's not that I don't like these woods, but this is such a nice change to the norm.
 

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Beautiful.
 

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Very nice piece of built in furniture. That is also a nice place to work for. I don't use a CNC either so I put HNC machining on my business card. Human Numerical Control….....I turn the handwheels and hit the numbers, too.

Thanks for sharing!
 

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Jim Jakosh - HNC, that is a good one:)
 

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That is one hell-of-a entertainment center. (squuze me fer cussin). But it is. Wow! really nice. That ladder was there temporarily, wasn't it? hahaha j/k Great work
 

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Todd, this is certainly a very nice entertainment center. very nice work. you dont see BIG entertainment centers like this anymore. Glad you could share your talents here with us woodworkers! WOW!
 

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Thanks! It was much more than just an entertainment center, it was designed to store the home office wireless printers, products and wireless system in the bottom.
 
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