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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by dmidkiff View Post
    Great looking job. The casters must have made the install easier. Are there cabinets around the inside?
    Thank you, the casters did make it easier once it was set on the ground at the site. The clearance is around 1/2" under it so we could not roll it on and off the trailer and I was quite nervous when it was in the air.
    Yes, I built in 3 cabinet in each half to place casters under for balance and to store stuff.
    Tim
    Tim Lucas Custom Woodworks
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  2. #12
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    Quote Originally Posted by scottp55 View Post
    NICE Tim!
    Really nice setting for them too.
    What kind of location is that anyways?
    First piece out of the new shop?
    scott
    Thanks Scott,
    It is in the foyer at our church, they requested it be made mobile and in 2 sections so they can move it to the corners during wedding receptions and other functions.
    That is the first custom piece out of the new shop, I didn't have enough floor space in the old shop as it is 12' across.
    When I arrived yesterday and seen they had just refinished the floor (so shinny) I knew it was going to set right in
    Tim
    Tim Lucas Custom Woodworks
    www.TLCW.us

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    Nice work Tim. The curved work must have been fun and challenging!
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