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We cut the grooves where the mirror would sit before we assembled the frame. In retrospect, we should have probably routed after the frame was together! Steph handled the routing while I kept the dust collection hose up and out of the way. It was a team effort! The Makita Xtreme Vac kept the piece virtually sawdust free.
This was so much fun to build. Now that we have a way to safely and efficiently cut metal, we see many more projects utilizing metal in our future!
What about you, do you like the industrial look or would you prefer the mirror without the metal? That's what is great about DIY--you can customize something the way you want it.
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