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  1. I planned on remodeling the kitchen a year ago January but was informed that our Goddaughter's wedding was in April and Patti was baking the cookies for the cookie table. 2020 being what it was scraped the wedding plans. Decided to redo the first floor bathroom instead. Me personally I wanted to eliminate it and use the space in the kitchen but with family members getting older we have the need so it stays. Original owners paneled this room and covered a window in the back wall and then build a closet on that wall. When looking at the back of the house you'll see two windows & a door, more
  2. Joe Zeh has released CabWriter 4 for Sketchup. If you use Sketchup to design kitchen cabinets, this extension/addon is a great idea.
  3. While we are waiting for the glass to arrive which will complete the liquor cabinet I started the next project which is a cabinet for the wine fridge. It is a fairly straight forward cover and I will be using African mahogany with some brass inlay on the legs. The brass is 1/4” square brass stock set into a 1/4” routered groove. Paul
  4. The tulip turning project had to be put on hold for a week while I get the house ready for an appraisal on Friday. We had one bookshelf/cabinet to get in and so we completed that while still keeping the roof for the garden window project moving forward. I still have to make the zebra wood moulding for the top of the bookshelf but that can wait until after the appraisal. Paul
  5. Ok... I've tried several different hinges (BTW, I will NEVER use a piano hinge again... I officially hate them now) for my concealed cabinets, but can't seem to find one that works for me. Trying to make a horizontally hinged cabinet (open overhead or down). None of them seem to work the way I need/want. Now I know that it is highly likely due to operator error. I've tried using the 110 degree hinges, but it doesn't even open to 90. I don't think I can use the sunk concealed hinge because the face is slightly less than 3/4", the 'base' is the 1.5" side of a 2x4. Here's a rough dia
  6. I am starting to build kitchen cabinets for my sister. I've started cutting all the parts from the 3/4" prefinished maple plywood for the cabinets and will use 1/2" prefinished maple plywood for the shelves. My question is how much shorter do you cut shelves to fit inside cabinets on adjustable shelf pins? 1/8, 1/4??
  7. Maybe getting old , maybe tired , maybe it just is not that important. Oh you say what am I referring to. One I used wood and find jointery to make shop cabinets and fixtures. Having accumulated a fair amount of counter tops and divider panels from drugstores (MDF and particle board) it is time to use it. Started some cabinets with all screws, not much that could be glued. Various colors and even some covered in Formica. So you be the judge......,.lazy, tired, thrifty, or just don’t care. more later as this is the best materials I had.
  8. The rage today is to use painted cabinets not stained. Is this just to spend money? Cleaning is painted or stained easier to clean? Repair is painted or stained easier to repair? Most painted cabients are in the light zone because they tend to hide dirt better. What are your thoughts? For me it may not be the grainy oak but maybe a less figured wood. Or maybe oak stained to highlight the grain.
  9. Guys, haven't been around for quite a while and was hoping someone might be able to steer me in the right direction. My son and I will be building out the interior of a van (Sprinter type probably) and I have build plenty of standard cabinets but am looking for ways to save weight but still be structurally sound and be able to handle the bouncing of an RV. Thanks for any input, links or advice.
  10. Here's a new video on the room I worked on last year with two other friends -- wainscoting all around, built-in cabinets, altar table, and lectern made and kneeling bench re-upholstered and refurbished wood. I posted some progress photos on this but didn't look up that post. This was done while I was in the process of moving (and had limited shop set up), so we've transferred to the neighborhood church here. I also made those bookcases in the library photos as well as a number of them for the offices shortly after joining that church in 1994. Thirty-five of them in total, and about 10 with
  11. I received a text a few minutes ago from the coordinator of the cabinet project that I am doing for a nearby school corporation. A couple of weeks ago I delivered the first 13 units and I heard that the teachers were very pleased with their new acquisitions and I think this picture is a testimony to that statement. I have only 3 more to build so hopefully I'll have them built by next weekend and all finished and delivered by the middle of the May.
  12. in the shop why do you use overlay or inset cabinet doors or drawers? In my case inset is the perfection of the cabinetry mountain. Overlay is allowed for less that perfection. But does overlay seal the cabinet or drawing better then inset for dust issues?
  13. Just came across a wonderful image I found at the Facebook Page for Colonial Williamsburg. I have been following these folks for good amount of time now and I love the images coming out of their location. This gentleman is working on the construction of a Chippendale side chair. Source:Colonial Williamsburg Facebook page
  14. From the album: Southwest Kitchen Cabinets

    This kitchen was made from solid pine and pine laminated ply, with walnut accents. This was a really neat project, the customer let me have a ton flexibility in the design of the cabinets, so I was able to inject some creativity into this job, and I had a blast. I will find more images!
  15. I have this question: When attaching a face frame to a cabinet (pocket screws not an option), will the glue be enough to keep the frame on the cabinet when a door is attached to the face frame or do I need to do something more? The door will be about 20" wide x 36" tall and I am using Amerock Half Wrap, 1/2" Overlay, Self-Closing hinges. Thank you for the help.
  16. Upon further review. Seems a better stash has been found. tore down a bed frame into usable parts. Oh, I will still use some of the metal parts. But the metal parts are just to reinforce the workbench. What you see here are six raised panels. Never mind about Buster sitting there. There are also some other parts worth saving some of them a bit long. LOTS of staples that need to go...elsewhere. Will have to bring the saws up out of the Dungeon Shop, and a few clamps. Clamp a piece to the saw bench, and rip or crosscut until I have all the parts for another Tool Chest build.
  17. I ask this question on here a long time back about where to get good full extension drawer slides at a good price. Someone gave me a link and I purchased some and loved them. Now I ain't located my bookmark for the site and my mind is going so I don't remember where it was. So I'll start over. Can anyone tell me where you get full extension 150 lb drawer slides at a good price?
  18. I spent the last two days building a new cabinet. I had all of my 10" saw blades stashed in my router table storage so I decided to build a cabinet to relocate the blades by the table saw. Next I'm going to re-work the router table cabinet and build three more drawers for more router bits. How long do you think this cabinet will stay empty. BTW, I got lazy on this cabinet and bought the doors. $3 apiece. Couldn't build them for that. As a point of interest, the shelf full of cutoffs in the left side of the picture decided they liked the floor better than the shelf about 5 minutes aft
  19. WELL HERE IT IS 2015 AND AS USUAL I'M ANTSY AND NEED TO GET SOMETHING GOING. 5 YEARS IN THIS hockey sticks HOLE WITH NO SHOP AND ONLY A FEW HOURS A WEEK IN MY FRIENDS WOOD SHOP AIN'T GONNA CUT IT NO MORE. I'VE BEEN WAY TOO PATIENT WAITING ON OTHER PEOPLE. SO FOR THE NEW YEAR, GUESS WHAT? I'M GONNA HUNT SOMETHING DOWN AND KILL IT!!!! NOW BEFORE YOU GET YOUR PANTIES IN A BUNCH AND THE COPS SHOW UP AT MY DOOR HEAR ME OUT. I STARTED A LANDSCAPING/CONTRACTING/TREE BUSINESS BACK WHEN I WAS MARRIED (EONS AGO). I WAS AROUND 24 YEARS OLD AND DID PRETTY GOOD AT IT TILL THE DIVORC
  20. I ran across an interesting question on Facebook, a poster asked what would be more reliable, french cleats made from ply wood or solid hard wood? Any opinions most welcome.
  21. Last week we wrapped up our pine cabinets and the final coat of pain on them, and final rub down of the interior shellac finish. That weekend I was able to get the cabinets installed with the butcher block counter tops over the lower base and over the washer and dryer. Here a couple links of the cabinet build from an earlier time. Pine Cabinets Shaker Style Part 1 Pine Cabinets Shaker Style Part 2 How to Make an Adjustable Sawtooth Shelf System Photo below is the upper cabinet, doors yet to be installed. I like to back my cabinets, most folks do not. They'll lea
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