HD, Great show
I use to build kitchen/bathroom cabinets for a prominent manufacturer, who I will leave the name off. This is by far better. They would have charged thousands of dollars for the same thing you made. The only difference is more than 99% of the cabinents, the only solid wood was the frame, doors, and drawer fronts; the rest was particle board (sides, backs, drawer parts). The deluxe cabinets cost extra, so you got real wood sides to the drawers and a bit stronger bottom to the drawers, and the back was the same material as the drawer bottom. Extremely cheap materials, not a frugal price.
You have inspired me to take on this project in time. I still have some cherry doors from that place I may be able to work the openings to fit them
I was thinking, if you add dynamat to the inside of the cabinent ... it could almost eliminate any noise from the canisters and air pumps. It works well for making cars quieter.
Callen, good job on the fancy artwork. It almost looks like pearl insets in the pictures ... you know, like those fancy black and pearl/opal Japanese sets.
You two could start a business making cabinets and canopies for OSpot members
If I was limited to a choice of paying $500 for ones commercially available, or near the same for yours, I think I know which one to get
(Shipping may be ridiculous for something like that though
Hmm ... looks like I need to get off my bum and get to it soon
Think I will wait to see the canopy write up first and tackle the project(s) all at once
(Always an excuse for procrastination!)