Here is a cabinet I built with wings on the side for my Foreman.
Its made out of Lyptus plywood and framed in Mahogany.
I also have it attached to my dust collection system.
I still have two small drawers to build that will go under the wings.
All in all I am happy with the cabinet, the Foreman, not so much.
Thanks for viewing.
I love your cabinet and I also love my Foreman. Mind if I ask why you don't like the Foreman?
Never mind I see your other post on the cherry wood.
There a lot of things I love about the Foreman. The stops on it are really handy, the speed at which you can bore
plywood is really, really great.
I just have the issue with the cherry lumber. I have tried all the tips in the other thread. But in the end I had to switch back to the hand held drill and the clamps.
Which after doing about thirty rails that way I really believe the issue is the bit in the foreman. Because I have
not had one problem with a drill mounted bit.
Thanks for noticing the cabinet.
Big kahuna Woodworks