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You're missing the vital anti-niqqer bars
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You're missing the vital anti-niqqer bars

There's only one (it'll look kind of like a comb), and I'm going to fabricate it in place, once the cabinets are set up. I want to lock the entire thing with one lock.
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Looks pretty dope.

Did you get the drawer rails that auto close no matter how hard you slam?
Gonna seal it with linseed or something?
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Looks pretty dope.

Did you get the drawer rails that auto close no matter how hard you slam?
Gonna seal it with linseed or something?

Thanks. I didn't get soft closers because they had as lower drawer capacity than these ones did (65lb instead of 100lb).

Finish is spar varnish. I briefly considered epoxy, but that is more susceptible to UV than varnish.
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Finished the drawers and face frames today.



All the cabinets assembled (minus face frames):


Workbench is 9'4" across.

Work left to do are the shelves inside the open cabs, and joining the doors for the cabinets (also doweled hardwood).
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Nice work! Look forward to seeing the finished product.
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Are those better than what you got in your kitchen? They look better than what i got in mine. Im rocking the original oak/veneer shit from '89 that i sanded and restained - they work okay but what you've done would be a worthy replacement.

Ps. those handles you picked look like what i went with from HD. Brushed nickle, cheap and looks good. I did one per drawer though, it's just spoons and skewers in there.
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Are those better than what you got in your kitchen? They look better than what i got in mine. Im rocking the original oak/veneer shit from '89 that i sanded and restained - they work okay but what you've done would be a worthy replacement.

Ps. those handles you picked look like what i went with from HD. Brushed nickle, cheap and looks good. I did one per drawer though, it's just spoons and skewers in there.

What I have in my kitchen beggars description, it is so terrible.



At some point, an idiot put 4 4x4s at the corners of an island (lower left of that pic, connected to the main counter) and then tacked 1/4" ply on the outside, and screwed some stringers in with some more 1/4" ply to make shelves, and then nailed some half-assed doors on the outside.

I'm going to replace them. Right now, I'm replacing some other cabinetry in the house (that is actually worse than that). The good cabinets in the rest of the house are all done in Hickory/Pecan heartwood, and I'll be doing the kitchen in the same way.

edit: the good cabinetry looks like this:
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Ahh knew it Is the wife mad you're making better stuff for the outside of the house first? The bathroom cabs came out nice. (I'm going to guess the wall color was her choice)
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Ahh knew it Is the wife mad you're making better stuff for the outside of the house first? The bathroom cabs came out nice. (I'm going to guess the wall color was her choice)

I'm doing it all as proof of concept that I'm up to the task. The wife approves of this course of action. The bathroom cab was bought from the same custom furniture guy that did our bed.
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Made a cabinet door today. It's only rough at the moment, still needs sanding, chamfering, and mounting, but it's cut to dimension, square, and the joinery on the door is done.



Sitting on the face frame
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I've always wondered what sawdust tastes like...
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I've always wondered what sawdust tastes like...

Surely you have no need to wonder, with all that shopping for food at Walmart.
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Surely you have no need to wonder, with all that shopping for food at Walmart.

I was wondering why it's so crunchy!
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Chamfered edges and applied spar varnish to door #1. There's a small amount of cupping, and I may have to add stringers to the back to reinforce it. We'll see how much it bothers me once I get it hung.



Joined door #2, haven't trimmed it to size. The clamping jigs are there to see if I can avoid the cupping that happened to the first door.

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