This was built off the Stickley 700 bookcase in Robert Lang's Great Book of Shop Drawings for Craftsman Furniture. Since there isn't a lot of quartersawn white oak in the area it is made from cherry. I used the CNC machine in some basic ways, such as flattening the slabs since I don't have a jointer, and some of the casework, like the arches on the toe kick. The dovetail keys were the most integral, which adds a little bit of ornament to a needed structural requirement in some of the cracks. Some LED light strips in an aluminum diffuser channel connect to a micro switch to turn on when the door is open, which again used the CNC machine to dado in my wire channels. Just an example of how a small shop can use the CNC machine in a wide variety of ways, it is the workhorse of mine!