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I'm going to start documenting progress on my build project here and would welcome comments, suggestions and critiques. This forum has been an incredibly valuable source of information so far and hopefully I can give something back. This afternoon I hope to get some photos downloaded. Stay tuned, and many thanks to all of you who have helped me out so far.
 

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Sorry to take so long to start posting here. I've been very busy and have had no time to process and sort my photos. Persevering and making slow progress though. Windows installed, floor, insulation, fan, bed platform, some wiring and some woodwork done.
 

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Finally some progress to report...spent the last couple weeks designing and building our galley cabinet. Some photos, stove access from inside
Nice work! How do you cut out your door and drawer faces?
The stove drawer almost looks like you built it for inside or outside use, not sure I have seen slides for that.
 

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I was not aware of the 2 way slides either. My stove only slides outward, but the inside door will allow it to be slid out and placed on the counter inside on the rare occasion we cook inside. Maybe I'll change the slides...someday. Grumman, the doors and drawer faces were cut from a panel with a router, hence the matching grain patterns. It's a bit of a tedious process involving a template for each opening, a router guide set-up, and some careful math but I like the result.
 

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Beautiful work FurnitureGuy. Very clever and functional design with a purpose. I like it.

That under sink grey water jug looks unique with inlet to the side, it seems. I assume the wood bar holding it in place gets out of the way so as to allow the jug's removal when time to dump or does grey water exits another way ? What gallonage is the jug?
 

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Beautiful work FurnitureGuy. Very clever and functional design with a purpose. I like it.

That under sink grey water jug looks unique with inlet to the side, it seems. I assume the wood bar holding it in place gets out of the way so as to allow the jug's removal when time to dump or does grey water exits another way ? What gallonage is the jug?
Thanks for the kind words. Yes, the bar is notched into the sides and slips out to remove the jug from outside to empty. the 90 degree might get replaced with a 45 if it doesn't drain nicely.It's a 5 gallon jug.
 

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