So many of you asked for this and there is of course something to building your own work cupboard. The project is progressing well. There are many twists in training in this one as we always try to find missing tricks of the trade I dragged with me through the decades. Often times I have seen the hoops machine-onlies do to make a simple thing simpler by machine but take half a day to make the jig. This project should help everyone with that and give them the confidence to consider making what might seem at first to be a challenging project. The project just lends itself to some new skills development.
This week I got the carcass and back panel glued up for the filming and that went well, so to get ready for the crew next week, today I rough cut some of my stock for the doors and drawers. In this upcoming section we will be staging the elements of door sizing, door construction, joinery, fitting, hanging, problem shooting, problem correction methods, twisted door causes, prevention and correction and much more. Once the doors are fitted we will focus on the drawer making phase. here we look at construction options, methods of construction, sizing, fitting and so much more. Anyway, I hope you will enjoy following us through this project to conclusion. It is just another training project that has given me the opportunity to conclude the tool storage section we began two years ago with toolboxes, Joiners fall-front traveling tool box, tool chests, tool totes and so on. This one is the last one so please don’t miss it. Join us on woodworkingmasterclasses.com. You won’t regret it!