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First Router Table #2: Cabinet

1895 days ago by Jeff | 4 comments »

Again, after much research and finding what I thought I would need and use, I decided to make the cabinet from poplar and mdf. The joinery is raised panel construction for the sides and back and straight pocket hole joints on the front. I knew I wanted to leave about an inch overhang of the top, so the dimensions are roughly 22” x 34” and 34”high(including the top). The pocket holes were so easy and very strong. The first picture I show using some leftover weather striping for a cushion of the panel sitting in the rails and stiles.From Router TableThis is one of the side panels on the bottom and the back panel during glue up. Only the frame is glued together leaving ...

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