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07-28-2019 03:23 PM

Cabinet assembly workstation/jig in action - 78 cabinets in 7.5 hours - 11 replies

A few weeks ago, I made a workstation for cabinet assembly. Started assembly on a hotel job with about 450 cabinets last week. After getting a lot of practice getting used to the station I was able to get up to 78 simple wall cabinets assembled in 7.5 hours. This is not our normal building method with the way backs are attached, etc.. This...

06-27-2019 01:47 PM

A simple jig and a lot of production - 6 replies

My company is working on a 100 kitchenette order. I’ve never done production work like this. Made a set of jigs yesterday to cut the toe kicks out of base end panels. It was fun to watch it work out well. https://youtu.be/JDP58J6yrtI

06-23-2019 09:42 PM

Mobile carpentry system - 0 replies

This is system I put together a couple years ago to make a portable field system. It’s treated me very well. Here’s a video demonstrating it: https://youtu.be/aTZRB6FSYLo I finished making plans for it. There are over 60 pages of prints and photos. Here’s the link to it: https://www.etsy.com/listing/712901513...

06-16-2019 01:44 AM

Cabinet assembly workstation - 1 reply

I started as a cabinet maker for a mid level shop a couple months ago. There’s a lot of standards, enough to allow for a jig I’ve been trying to wrap my head around for some time. Before I was working in a very high end custom shop, not so standard. The main idea of this jig is to hold cabinet pieces for assembly as one assembles ...


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