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Cabinet Shop
Custom Classic Construction, Inc.
Since 1985

 Displayed below are projects under construction in the shop & recently installed.

 Once installed they will be permanently found on the appropriate pages within the site.


March 2020

 Dew Drops


 check out our 

2020  BLOG

and our new section 

RECIPES started in July of 2017

Typical day in the shop  

DIY CNC machine added to our lineup.

Next step is to master 2 new programs One for design and one for converting those designs into numbers the CNC machine will understand. 

To read about the building of this machine check out our

Blog 2015 


Matt & Lucy K.

Music Room Built-in Cabinetry



 Base cabinet

parts cut out


 Daddos are done.

 The base cabinet boxes are ready to assemble



Over view 

of the wall layout.

Unclamped and first layer of putty applied
Material Cart



8 of the 12  drawer fronts 


The last 4 all are glued and  clamped



Book case shelves 

Ready for edge routing

Parts rack  Drawer fronts and shelves are ready for primer


Counter Top ready to be be edge sealed
All the cabinets are ready to be edged sealed
Edge sealed and sanded
Drawer slides installed 

and ready to dry fit the drawer boxes.

Box parts for the 12 drawers
Insert picture Boxes
Starting to prime.

Feb 22nd


Ready for hardware to be installed


Drawer fronts ready to be


Counter tops and moldings are ready for delivery
Drawer Boxes installed


Sometimes our own  shop projects get done

Jim has been working on his speakers on and off since the winter of 2006

Dry Fit Subwoofer Back Panel
15" Subwoofer
The Arrays
Face Plate 

for mounting the mids and tweets


Beveled edge to improve sound

Jim applied a hand rubbed Danish Oil finish on the veneer and  Black paint   with a clear coat finish for the face Plate

Once the base is applied they will be ready  for wiring

With the help from our Neighbor Tom B. this wiring drawing made sense.
Amp, Crossover and Sub woofer


The Clean room is set up as our work out room for the winter
MaryAnn & Jim T.

Entry Lift up bench seat




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