I had planned to start my tool chest build by now (in fact the SketchUp plans are already done). However, in the mean time I got a few paying commissions in that I couldn't pass up. So rather than going black on the blog until I get to the tool cabinet, I though I would share footage of a few customer projects. They are all very unique in one way or another, which is why commissions can be a nice change of pace. This first project is a media/speaker cabinet that a client came to me with. He did the design himself, and just handed me the specs to go ahead and build. This was specified as paint grade, so this will use different materials and joinery than you would see me use in some of my traditional furniture projects. My shop isn't exactly set up for sheet goods, so you'll see how I managed to get this monster started without doing any damage to myself or the shop. I also needed to build a dado jig for this project, as it has several dozen dados connecting the shelves and partitions. Thanks to Wood Magazine for providing a great set of plans for a great adjustable router jig.