Plenty of room for our feet under the cabinet.
Trying to package an air conditioner.
I do like it up high, and in the middle.
But I'll lose a lot of cabinet space, cause the a/c likes lots of room to breathe.
I could try a curved partition.
And the roof would have to look like this...
The roof doesn't look that bad.
Trying a different elevation.
Trying it on the floor.
In terms of support, and lower center of gravity, this is an easy way to package the AC.
And it can be vented out the floor, and out the rear.
I think we'll go with this location.
Back to cabinet design.
The front storage area.
The front storage area doesn't have a flat bottom. It's probably only good for blankets.
More face frames.
Here's the new cabinet layout.
Galley storage. As long as coffee cans fit, I think we'll be in good shape.
I like this rail on the inside. The shelf is a good place to store books, glasses, etc...
Notice I increased the size of the storage area above the galley cabinet. Now I can even store paper plates up there!
Skinning the weekender
At this point the skins are only screwed to the spars.
Notice the overhanging skin. That was done on purpose.
It'll get trimmed with a router.
Last view before I start trimming.
Using a straight bit...
Off it comes.
Well, it's actually the laminate trim bit again.
There it is all trimmed up.
The other side too.
That's how the inside looks with the outside skins on.
Now it's time to cut a notch for the hatch.