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Old 03-22-2017, 09:07 AM   #11
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thanks fellas......

should button up the sink install this evening......had everything ready to go, but was short a tube washer for the drain.

oh and shout out to AJ Gonzales for answering my questions.
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How about some build details!!
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How about some build details!!
it was pour in place.......pretty simple for anyone with a little DYI skills.

let's see.....

built the base cabinet frames, pretty much in place, topped with 3/4" treatded plywood.

attached the outer form, to the front of the cabinet, allowing 1/2" of drop, to help hide the edge where the counter meets the cabinet face.

my counter overhang, is about 4" all the way around, I like having more counter space, and I'll be using full extension drawer slides, for the drawers, and for the shelves under the drawers.

the chiseled edge is 2" thick, and made from a store bought form.

one other note, I'd wear two pairs of latex gloves.......or invest in the more expensive rubber coated work gloves.....
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wrapping up all the drawers and the sliding shelves, next will be the face and then building the doors......
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