Kitchen Cabinet Manufacturers Association
Kitchen Cabinet Manufacturers Association
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on the primary episode of the loft bed series I told you we're on the point of see one thing that you simply haven't seen prior to now i am here to tell you that there is more you almost certainly notice that I actually have 2 doors to go outside however have you ever ever questioned what it would be between those 2 doors this can be exactly how i do not want it to seem like so let's change it once golf shot many thoughts in paper and working for a full week I got this result this is often the beginning of my applier room remodel and attempting to create it close on what it wants to be but for now let's return to the beginning i attempted to prepare myself by making a catalyst and this a half of the build was made mistreatment principally leftover pieces of 15 metric linear unit Baltic birch plyboard from the previous project so I started by slicing them and use the plunge saw to interrupt thusme larger items down there were too massive for my table stuff i could not believe however quick he was to get good cuts in no time with no extra activity no clamping so cool then I visited the miter saw and cut the long strips to size and assemble them exploitation dowels it's just a matter of orienting the jig with a pencil line and drill the holes in both pieces insert the dowels and press everything together with clamps this can be the structure for the bottom of the cabinet and that i repeated the method for the better part I then trimmed up the end to make it perfectly straight so I could connect a rectangle there can be rock bottom piece of 1 of the sections the opposite 2 sections that are open will have the drawers so there is very no have to be compelled to have complete bottoms here I took some inspiration from Frank Howard's
kitchen remodeled videos that it did regarding 2 years agone so there are many steps on the process there square measure really similar you must check him out by the means Frank will superb stuff I connected the rear to very cheap victimisation only screws with no glue as a result of i need to be ready to stick this apart if some day i am going to leave the area it's very handy to have a driller and a sway driver thus you will make holes with one and save time by reading the opposite to drive the screws while not effort the dividers will have the drawer slides attached to them and here i used to be trying to screw them keeping everything as sq. as potential use many clamps to keep the board in place while I connected it from behind and below I needed the drawers to be exactly the same size so I made certain to put the second divider precisely within the middle it absolutely was time to build the drawer boxes and that i did not build anything fancy here the boxes ar smaller tall and the false fronts that you can see later and although they need some variation within their height the bottom size is that the same for all the boxes meaning I will got wind of a stop block in the miter saw and cut them specifically to an equivalent size anytime however first i want to require it out of the way so I can make a clean cut on one end then bring the south floss to create the repetitive cuts on the other ends now i need to know the exact size for the front and back pieces of the drawer so I put the drawer slides within the cupboard furthermore as the sides and took that measurement to the miter saw again I used the option to plug power tools into the Disick's tractors in order that every time I turn on the router table each machines will mechanically activate it's a really cool feature I created a rabbet on all the drawer sides to create space for the lowest and
I used once more the plunge table to form the nine millimeter laminate boards easier to manage on the table saw I needed to use my crosscut sled however the boards were too massive and did not work inside a jig so instead I visited the punch saw again and use these attachment that allows you to make angle cuts and during this case I simply set it to ninety degrees 1st time you employ the rails you wish to cut off the rubber strip on the edge to create it zero clearance so you'll be ready to place the rail right the pencil marks and you know that the cut are progressing 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 same before nothing friends here in terms of assembly I simply affixed and nailed the boxes along after all this is often not super robust but it's certainly enough for what i am going to use them for I continual the procedure for all the drawer boxes and at some point i realized that the nail gun was out of nails therefore here's the trick to know wherever is that the last nail is your shot you simply develop a magnet and run it on the brink of the nail holes if it doesn't catch you know that hole does not have a replacement nail within now to work on the drawer fronts i will be using a leftover board of yellow velcro mats since it is only 8 millimeters thick i decided to mix it with plywood so I may still use it for the place of the cupboard and get the correct thickness of a solid material to drag and push I stick the pieces along with contact adhesive and that i wholly recommend this technique for gluing large items together I ought to have used this before once making my table as an example works very well you don't need any clamps it's simply a matter of spreading the glue evenly on both materials and press them together once concerning ten to fifteen minutes just make sure you have your windows open so the air does not get deadly in your room and take care once inserting them together because once they bit you won't be able to move the items any longer so during this case
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
I might all the drawer fronts a little bit larger thus I will trim them to perfect size later and acquire recent clean edges i mayn't handle the warmth on this day thus at some point I simply closed the windows to induce rid of the daylight however still i couldn't do much i used to be simply melting down thus I waited a few hours and started to use the drawer slides on the cupboard once the slides were connected to the cupboard i take advantage of 2 aluminium strips to make a bit gap within the bottom in order that the drawer won't touch the bottom when I try to open it i take advantage of the pocket hole jig to create some fast joinery for the prime and bottom structure that you will see later then I simply screw it on prime this right bit same simply to write down the male thus I can finally use the attachment that's proper for impact drivers i used to be victimisation regular bits that don't seem to work best on this case and it extremely makes a distinction to use proper driving attachments and kids thus there's no sliding or weird movements like I felt prior to now i'll attach the lowest structure that's necessary to exist so that the cupboard raises and also the tips of your feet have area to a lower place the drawers the drawer fronts were cut to size and therefore the slides were fixed in this place i use the scrap piece to form a mark inside the cupboard walls with the front in place then I trace the road perpendicular to the sting and hold the slide in situ to seek out two points for the screws by positioning the center of the holes with the center of the pencil line then i use three millimeter areas to make a niche and hold the drawer box halfway forward therefore I could find a degree for the first screw that point ought to be in the same place for all the drawers and i have already got that distance marked on my marking gauge so I scored the road and reinforced it with a pencil with great care that you simply can see it and do this on each side then I inserted the middle screw and from there I could find a correct place for the rest of the screws again orientating the centre of the holes with a pencil line now for the handles I did not need something for treating the surface and that i tried a bunch of ideas however none of them perceived to match my taste or they were too difficult to do or required special router pieces like so I over up going for a basic and marginal lows just by removing a shallow parallelogram of material in the top center of every 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 a great deal of see routes on the plyboard backside so that's 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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