The Complete Cabinetmaker's Reference (Popular Woodworking) by Jeffery Piontkowski

By Jeffery Piontkowski

The single ebook each Cabinetmaker must Own
Build any cupboard conceivable, in any measurement, and with lightning velocity. All you would like are universal workshop instruments, a sheet of plywood and this inventive book.
The entire Cabinetmakers Reference is the Rosetta Stone of the woodworking global. Its worksheets free up the secrets and techniques of effective case building simply because writer Jeffrey Piontkowski has performed all of the exertions for you. He indicates you in precisely 5 effortless steps how you can construct anyone of 23 cupboard kinds - from uncomplicated base cupboards to pantry cupboards to dossier cabinets
- choose the fashion and dimension cupboard you wish and turn to that page.
- reduce your items to dimension utilizing the slicing record and the plywood optimization charts that provide help to waste as little fabric as possible.
- lower all of the dadoes and grooves proven at the 3D exploded drawings.
- gather your cupboard utilizing the step by step images as a guide.
- construct any doorways and drawers utilizing the books certain and detailed instructions.
If youre a newbie, this e-book enables you to construct cupboards like a professional. If youre a professional, this booklet permits you to construct cupboards swifter than ever and expands the diversity of what you could provide your consumers.

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Stand the right side face edge up and slide the bottom panel into the dado. Flush the face edges and nail through the side into the bottom panel. 8 drywall screws (spaced about 4" apart). 8 42 c HAP TE R T H R EE 3 Reset the fence to 22" and cut the dado for the next drawer glide support. Reset the fence to 23%" and cut the rabbets for the back panel. Then, make right and left pairs of the cabinet sides and cut the toe kick notches. See "Cutting Toe Kick Notches" on page 8. 6 Attach the left side the same way as the right side.

10 Attach the toe kick between the sIdes. Stand the cabinet up, then install the rails using glue and staples or screws. Use a bar clamp the hold the sides tight to the rails. 11 After installing all of the front rails, install the sub rail under the top front rail. 8 drywall screws. 14 13 Secure all the rails with staples or screws. 16 Install the nailer at the back of the cabmet. Lay the cabinet face down. The back should fit snugly into the rabbets. The back will help square the cabinet, so a good fit is important.

If the cabinet is square, both measmements will be the same. If the measurements are not the same, adjust the longest dimension by pulling the corners diagonally together W1til the cabinet is square. 11 8 Attach the toe kick between the sides. 10 12 Install the nailer at the back of the cabinet. Add glue to the rabbets, check for squareness and attach the back. - ... 5helfK(2) Side A (2) .. ' inches (millimeters) w U ~ v~ >.... 0v- :;: .... -lo_1_5 DATE ---'------ _ HARDWARE NEEDED: 2 8 1 95°· opening European hinges shelf supports (pins), either 5mm or handle or pull for the door color %" hole size required Top sub rail E finish Nailer H -- .

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