By Robert J. Settich
For someone with simple woodworking talents as much as the main expert grasp craftsman, this e-book presents a different point of view on built-ins -- from strategic making plans, to facing idiosyncratic areas, to useful recommendation on quite a lot of tasks. because the most modern addition to our winning construct Like a professional sequence, Built-Ins promises 192 pages of insights and information from longtime how-to writer Bob Settich. Youll detect the entire instruments, advice and strategies you want to take on every thing from cabinets and drawers to closets and leisure facilities. And youll decide up the entire exchange secrets and techniques you want to upload everlasting worth for your domestic, through growing appealing space for storing and disposing of litter. listed below are a couple of examples of what youll locate: • tips to plan built-ins to accomplish their functionality and healthy the gap the place theyre being put in • techniques for assembly the demanding situations of this sort of development, akin to partitions out of plumb, asymmetric flooring and the random vagaries youll stumble upon, specially in older homes • clever how you can use inventory cabinetry to create a custom-built glance with out ranging from scratch via taking a pragmatic step by step method of each undertaking and process, this beneficial reference quantity promises every thing you want to layout, plan and build built-ins to augment any domestic.
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The width of the back equals the length of the top and bottom. The sides and back are identical in length. End-Of-Run options Top Top cleat Hanging cleat A ½-in. plywood side B ¼-in. plywood “skin” C ¾-in. * wide by ¼ in. deep, ¼ in. from edge Face Frames:Top View Side Side Bottom cleat Grooveto-groove length Rabbet along inner edges at top and back ¼ in. * wide by ¼ in. deep Bottom Back *This dimension nominal—match to actual thickness of plywood. b u i l d i n g A FA C e - F r A m e C A b i n e t 47 E F whatcan gowrong For complex assemblies, choose an adhesive with a long open time, such as white or liquid hide glue, so you’ll finish before the glue grabs.
42 ca r ca s e a s s e m b l y 8. Clamp the parts tightly before driving the s t r a t e g i e s Photo I , by sanding with 100- and 120-grit abrasive in a random-orbit sander. Finally, sand with the grain, using a sanding block. makethecarcasecomponents Beginning cabinetmakers usually don’t have much trouble making the face-frame, but they often get confused when it’s time to cut the other cabinet components. Uncertainty over joinery makes the situation seem even more confusing. Fortunately, you can eliminate all of the uncertainty by using a simple system that relates virtually all of the measurements back to the face frame.
Referring to the drawing at right, you can see that there are two types of holes in the end panels—construction holes and system holes. The construction holes, typically 8 mm in diameter, accept dowels that hold the carcase together. Centering the dowels in the thickness of the top and bottom panels means that the centerline of the construction holes is one-half the stock thickness from the end of the panel. Of course, you can substitute knock-down fasteners or biscuits for hidden joints, or even use screws if the ends of your cabinet won’t be visible.