|Project by CharlieD||posted 11-07-2008 08:37 PM||1960 views||2 times favorited||10 comments|
My residential Boss requested that I build cabinet’s under a granite counter top/ bar area. This of course proved to be more difficult than just building cabinets. I wanted to leave the under counter trim, base board, etc. and build the cabinets into the space allowing for the “trim stuff? It worked out okay but took a lot of tweaking. Some of that “tweaking” resulted in activating the brake on my new SawStop table saw (ruining the new blade that came with it) as I attempted to trim the top corner of a cabinet which was jointed with pocket hole screws. Screws (like hot dogs and fingers) will activate the SawStop safety technology.
The cabinets were built with popular, except for the draws which were plywood. It’s been a while since I built rail and stile cabinet doors and they can be a challenge when you only build them every couple of years. Seems I forgot everything I learned from my previous mistakes and got to make them over again.
-- Charlie - Texas