Today I finished the cabinet more or less. I mounted the interior door and made mounts for the hand saws. Once those were on time to attach the door to the cabinet. Here’s what we have. I still need to make a c...
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The cabinet is on the wall and hasn’t fallen off . It’s time to finish the door interiors and install them. I made racks for the chisels and found that by moving the interior door even with the edge of the box I had room for a rack t...
First thing to go in the interior is the plane till. I’m using 1/4” birch plywood supported by 3/4” fir plywood. The till supports will be glued and screwed in along with the upper shelf (this will give some added support to th...
What sold me on this style of cabinet was the doors. The doors are a box style giving you additional storage in each door.To make the doors I first made two boxes then made two frame and panel doors. Then glued the panels to the boxes.The boxes...
Last spring I built a new 16’ x 24’ shop. This was a little smaller then my 2 car garage I had been working out of. I no longer had to push tools against the wall to get vehicles in and it had a full loft with a 6’6” ceil...