How To Paint Kitchen Cabinets
How To Paint Kitchen Cabinets
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I realized it was better idea to define the correct place for the drawer front with the cabinet in place the I use the glue gun to stick the Front's to the boxes really quickly before driving a few screws from inside secure them firmly now I can remove the little blocks on the bottom and it's done for now still a lot of work to do but for the first time making a cabinet I think it came out just fine the only experience that I have closer to this is the big shell from the last web and the construction is quite different since it was all configured by a bunch of boxes put together so this really was the first time challenge like pretty much everything that I've been doing in this channel okay so this is what the project looks like so far the doors came out really nice I think they still need to be finished of course first I will build the tower here and enclosure for this and apply the countertop ceramic hob I think with a kind of a portable water system and I already attached this door just so that you can see the effect but it's not trimmed yet because I'm missing inside because this side it's going to be display material as the rest of the build which is going to be open eared plywood that I'm going to veneer myself it's going to be my first veneering the experience I just make I just made a test here I think it's not too bad for first experiment ah and I think that's it oh and destroyed of course this drawer won't be like this I just made the drawer box exactly like this one with the same height but this is going to be trimmed and because I'm going to have the ceramic hob here I need to leave some clearance I need some space here thank you so much for watching guys and a big thanks to Bosch for sponsoring this video and for providing me a bunch of awesome tools I can recommend any tool that I showed in this video so far I'm having a great experience and Bosch tools really allow me to have that little extra perfection to my work so I'll catch you guys later
kitchen reworked videos that it did about 2 years ago therefore there ar a few steps on the process there are really similar you must check him out by the manner Frank will superb stuff I connected the rear to the bottom victimization only screws with no glue because i want to be able to stick this apart if some day i am going to leave the space it's really handy to have a driller and a control driver therefore you will create holes with one and save time by memorizing the opposite to drive the screws without effort the dividers will have the drawer slides attached to them and here i used to be making an attempt to screw them keeping everything as square as potential use a number of clamps to keep the board in place whereas I attached it from behind and below I needed the drawers to be exactly the same size so I created certain to place the second divider exactly within the middle it absolutely was time to make the drawer boxes and i didn't build anything fancy here the boxes ar smaller in height and also the false fronts that you can see later and although they have thusme variation in their height the bottom size is that the same for all the boxes which means I can discovered a stop block in the miter saw and cut them exactly to a similar size whenever however 1st i need to require it out of the means so I can make a clean cut on one finish then bring the south floss to form the repetitive cuts on the opposite ends now i would like to know the exact size for the front and back pieces of the drawer so I put the drawer slides inside the cupboard also as the sides and took that mensuration to the miter saw again I used the option to plug power tools into the Disick's tractors so that every time I turn on the router table each machines will mechanically turn on it's a extremely cool feature I created a rabbet on all the drawer sides to make area for rock bottom and
on the first episode of the loft bed series I told you we're about to see one thing that you simply haven't seen already i'm here to inform you that there's more you probably notice that I even have two doors to travel outside but have you ever wondered what it would be between those 2 doors this can be specifically how i don't want it to look like so let's modification it after golf shot some thoughts in paper and working for a full week I got this result this is often the beginning of my wannabee room transform and trying to create it shut on what it needs to be but for now let's go back to the start i attempted to prepare myself by making a catalyst and this part of the build was made victimisation principally leftover items of 15 mm Baltic birch laminate from the previous project thus I started by slicing them and use the plunge saw to break thusme bigger pieces down there were too huge for my table stuff i could not believe how quick he was to induce good cuts in no time with no further measuring no clamping therefore cool then I visited the miter saw and cut the long strips to size and assemble them mistreatment dowels it's just a matter of aligning the jig with a pencil line and drill the holes in each items insert the dowels and press everything along with clamps this is the structure for the bottom of the cupboard and that i perennial the process for the better part I then cut up the tip to create it utterly straight therefore I could connect a parallelogram there will be the bottom piece of one of the sections the other two sections that are open will have the drawers so there is really no need to have complete bottoms here I took some inspiration from Frank Howard's
I used again the plunge table to form the 9 millimeter plywood boards easier to manage on the table saw I needed to use my crosscut sled but the boards were overlarge and didn't fit inside a jig thus instead I went to the punch saw once more and use these attachment that allows you to form angle cuts and during this case I simply set it to 90 degrees first time you use the rails you wish to cut off the rubber strip on the edge to make it zero clearance so you will place the rail right on the pencil marks and you know that the cut are going to be specifically what you would like it to be now that I got smaller material to handle I can quickly cut the remaining bottoms on the table saw like I aforementioned before nothing friends here in terms of assembly I merely glued and nailed the boxes together of course this is often not super sturdy however it's definitely enough for what i am going to use them for I continual the procedure for all the drawer boxes and at thusme point i realized that the nail gun was out of nails so here's the trick to understand where is that the last nail is your shot you only obtain a magnet and run it on the point of the nail holes if it does not catch you know that hole doesn't have a new nail inside now to figure on the drawer fronts i'll be using a leftover board of yellow velcro mats since it is only eight millimeters thick i decided to combine it with laminate so I could still use it for the place of the cabinet and obtain the correct thickness of a solid material to pull and push I stick the pieces along side contact adhesive and that i totally suggest this technique for gluing large pieces together I ought to have used this before once creating my table for instance works really well you don't need any clamps it's simply a matter of spreading the glue equally on both materials and press them along after about ten to 15 minutes just confirm you've got your windows open so the air does not get toxic in your room and watch out when putting them along because once they bit you will not be able to move the pieces any longer so during this case
I may all the drawer fronts a little bit larger thus I will trim them to excellent size later and get contemporary clean edges i might not handle the heat on nowadays thus at some point I simply closed the windows to induce rid of the sunlight however still i could not do abundant i used to be simply melting down so I waited a handful hours and began to use the drawer slides on the cabinet once the slides were attached to the cupboard i take advantage of two aluminum strips to make a bit gap within the bottom in order that the drawer will not touch the base after I try and open it i take advantage of the pocket hole jig to make some fast joinery for the top and bottom structure that you simply can see later then I just screw it on prime this right bit said simply to write down the male therefore I can finally use the attachment that's correct for impact drivers i used to be victimisation regular bits that do not appear to work best on this case and it very makes a distinction to use correct driving attachments and kids thus there's no slippery or weird movements like I felt hitherto i'll attach very cheap structure that is necessary to exist in order that the cabinet raises and the tips of your feet have room below the drawers the drawer fronts were trimmed to size and also the slides were fastened in this place i exploit the scrap piece to create a mark within the cabinet walls with the front in situ then I trace the road perpendicular to the edge and hold the slide in situ to search out two points for the screws by aligning the center of the holes with the middle of the pencil line then i take advantage of three millimetre spaces to form a niche and hold the drawer box halfway forward therefore I could find a degree for the first screw that point should be within the same place for all the drawers and i have already got that distance marked on my marking gauge therefore I scored the road and reinforced it with a pencil just so that you just will see it and do this on both sides then I inserted the center screw and from there I could find a proper place for the remainder of the screws once more positioning the centre of the holes with a pencil line now for the handles I did not need anything for treating the surface and that i tried a bunch of ideas however none of them gave the impression to match my style or they were too tough to try and do or needed special router items like so I all over up going for a basic and marginal lows just by removing a shallow rectangle of material within the top center of each front I used the X card as a result of I created some tests on the table saw and also the router and i got loads of see routes on the plywood backside so that is why I complete up asking the carving machine to try and do it on behalf of me since this floor is pretty unhealthy and even
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