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Cabinet Project Tour

06-15-2010 04:38 PM by thewoodwhisperer | 20 comments »

A quick tour of my recent cabinet project. I hope you enjoy!

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A Krenov Inspired Cabinet on Stand in Six Days (pix)

07-06-2008 04:56 AM by John Fry | 19 comments »

A veneered curly koa, James Krenov style cabinet on a sculpted, curved leg, stand. The doors are bookmatched with a strip of sapwood down the middle. The turned Gaboon ebony handles accent the koa’s colors. This was a joint project with expert woodworker and friend, Jack Hutchison from Houston TX. and it was built in six days. But first I want to thank everyone who visited and responded to my last blog; A very large walnut and walnut burl credenza I’ve admired Jack’...

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Tool Cabinet #2: Respect to all cabinet builders...

01-07-2008 12:48 AM by Sgt_Lobo | 19 comments »

For all of you cabinet builders on this site, my hat is off to you! I never fully realized the work that is involved in making a cabinet and how even the smallest mistakes can compound so very quickly… Right before Christmas I posted this blog asking for input on plans for a tool cabinet. Well, I took all the advice I received and have been furiously building over the holidays. Here is where I stand—I have completed the actual “cabinet” portion of the project. ...

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A Small Project for Rita (2 years in the making)

09-26-2009 06:41 AM by Todd A. Clippinger | 18 comments »

Yeah, that’s right – 2 years… I plan on finishing this little cabinet up this weekend and I will post more details. The cabinet is made of black walnut and the drawers are made of curly ambrosia maple. This is a great combination. I started this project 2 years ago and I am finally going to cross it off the “unfinished projects” list. Today I got all the little drawers fitted and tomorrow I will cut the corners to add the contrasting keys. Then it wi...

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My Main Toobox - Built 14 Years Ago - and My Tools Inside

08-23-2010 10:17 PM by helluvawreck | 18 comments »

Yesterday, I took every tool that was in my main tool chest out of the box and cleaned and vacuumed out the box. While I was at it I laid my tools out on the work bench and cleaned and inspected them and took some of the bigger Stanley planes apart one at a time and cleaned all the parts. The iron in three of the planes needed sharpening so I did that before I reassembled them. I then put a few of the tools and put them in other drawers instead and put some other tools with these because this...

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Concave Chest of Drawers #1: Getting Started

02-27-2009 08:34 PM by Blake | 17 comments »

I started my next project based on an idea I got from a gorgeous piece of maple that I had laying around which I found when I cleaned out my shop recently. The board was an impulse buy several months ago. I didn’t have a use in mind for it when I bought it. It was 6’ long, almost 10” wide and a little over 1/2” thick. This is the design I came up with for a Concave Chest of Drawers: Some of the Features will change as I start building, especially on the struc...

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Router Table #5: Half Throttle - Cabinet is Framed!

12-26-2009 04:20 AM by PurpLev | 16 comments »

I picked up today where I left yesterday. today however, I had a bit more time to work on this. I printed the face frame design/layout from Sketchup, and out to the freezer we go: I added the 2nd piece that makes up the back (had to use 2 pieces of plywood as I don’t have 1 large enough part for the back), and then I noticed that my plywood carcass is a bit out of wack- the back aligns with the left side, but the right side is a bit lower, ah crap, I guess I’ll have to shim...

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Steve's 2x4 Challenge #2: It takes shape

01-28-2008 02:51 AM by SPalm | 16 comments »

Getting much closer. The finally assembly takes shape. It is a Krenov type cabinet. Maybe a disservice to the Master trying to build one out of a 2×4, but I wanted the largest piece of furniture that I could build, and this is what appeared. It has been fun. I am trying to figure out how to complete it. The door is not attached. It is about an eighth of an inch thick. The plan was to glue a block to the inside top and bottom of the door and use finishing nails as hinge pins. T...

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The Straightedge (video) #1: Working with Melamine

12-09-2009 02:16 AM by Brian Havens | 15 comments »

This is a re-edit of the video that got me started doing videos. Unfortunately I knew very little about shooting and editing video at the time. In fact, I shot the video with a web cam, so the video quality is poor in parts. The re-edit gives it a nice face lift, but perhaps in the future, when I run low on topics, I can re-shoot the video. (Full steam ahead on Router Inlay!) Here is the link: Working with Melamine

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My Journey As A Creative Designer - Woodworking and Beyond #224: "The Project"

01-13-2011 03:06 PM by Sheila Landry (scrollgirl) | 15 comments »

There comes a time in every woodworkers life that they need to build something. This differs from the everyday projects that are inspired by art and creativity, because they are born out of necessity and functionality. For those of you who have see my ‘shop’ and have read my blogs from the beginning, you know that I work out of a one bedroom place. It is quite small here, but it is peaceful and beautiful and I have learned to make it work for me. My shop consists of a corner...

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