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Monday, January 25, 2010
This past weekend saw some duct fitting for the dust collection system integrated into the new cabinets. Though there is still lots to do, I think the worst of the cabinet project is over. Except for the cabinet doors, there should be no more cutting and assembling.
I haven't decided which cabinets will have shelves or drawers or both. This depends on what tools will be stored where, which is still under consideration.
Items are mysteriously finding their way into the cabinets. Mostly temporary storage.
I don't think I will make my end-of-January deadline due to lack of shelves and/or drawers, but I am pleased with the progress so far.
Priming and painting may start this week.