appologies for lack of structure to my writing…
Beginning of September I started a cabinet project building 24 cabinets for Sunday School Rooms (32” wide x24” deep x96” tall). So ordered 110 sheets of prefinished 3/4” birch plywood from local supplier. Yay got a break on the price as plywood was imperfect ($25/sheet) for North American wood.
Then off to research how to jig as much of the project as possible, thus far have the following:
- Huge “ultimate crosscut sled” – probably better called a pannel sled as someone suggested.
- Jig for boring shelf pins using plunge router
- Jig for uniformly spacing biscuits used to align / hold together boxes
- Jig to position euro-hinges on the cabinets
- Jig to mark position of 35mm holes on door for the other part of hinges
- Huge saw horses to function as infeed for slicing the plywood.
- Fence on router to flush trim edgebanding
The first six cabinets were the learning phase, as I gradually built jigs and figured things out. Now part way throught the next cabinets, which has been a refining phase.
Anyways, if anyone is interested I will work at photos and further details for the work.
Using volunteers, for much of the work has its challenges, but its all good.