Just semi complete my mobile mitresaw storage cabinet. I used phenolic coated Baltic birch for stability and the time saving of not having to paint and stain I trimmed out the drawers and fence with mahogany scraps I have from previous job. Cheers
I can't take all the credit I used @thepaulkworkbench design and modified to fit my space with the help from Mark @captivecutting. I got some of the awesome quarter sawn mahogany @windsor_plywood_leduc a used the scraps from a commission job to help complete this. Another shout out to Darryl @skookumwood for assisting in glue up of the top and @andyc_8421 for hooking me up with good deal on drawer glides and other scrap mahogany to complete the job.
Still needs doors on the front of the vacuum unit and measuring tape add stop blocks.
I like it!
I particularly like the phenolic Baltic Birch. Do you have a yard that carries it locally, or did you have to order it? If so, what did you order - company, size etc. I've been looking for a good, reasonably priced source of phenolic plywood, but the only stuff I can find locally is at Menards in Cheyenne, and by all accounts that is nowhere near Baltic Birch quality, and you don't want to risk a project on it - voids and other problems.
Also, did you have to take any special measures to drill the plywood top? For instance, backing up the holes when drilling to prevent tear out?