I have taken the next few days off of work to concentrate on getting it finished and hopefully, with the wind blowing the right way, I will have it installed in the kitchen by the weekend.
Mind you, we still do not have the sink; Donna went to Agen yesterday and found one in Castorama but it will take two weeks to arrive which is frustrating. How hard is it to get hold of a Belfast sink?
There will still be a few jobs to finish off as well. Once the unit is in place, I intend to make a little up stand that runs through the middle behind the taps. There will be two double sockets the other side of the sink and a plinth on the top.
I have faked the photo slightly because the Oak surface is just rested on the top and the doors you can see are balanced in an upright position.
Yesterday though, things got a bit frustrating when the belt came off of the circular saw. It took over three hours to dismantle the machine to put the belt back on.
I think that the boffins who design these machines really ought to think about access for maintenance because it is such a tricky business.