|Project by JRL||posted 07-24-2011 09:36 AM||1324 views||1 time favorited||3 comments|
Some may recognize the oak rib and re-used poplar flooring from an oak rib chest I blogged a couple weeks ago.
Same wood, same caul and clamp construction.
It’s a rite of passage to build your own cabinet as a woodworker. Besides, I prefer these dimensions.
The only innovation I attempted was the clamp rack construction on the cabinet’s back side. When the cabinet is in placed against the wall, these teeth-like hooks leave enough clearance to finagle the clamps in and out. The idea has worked well so far—an answer to limited shop space.
Final note: No picture, but the door gap is now resolved
-- Jay in Changsha