The local BORG had a good deal on sheets of 3/4 inch plywood – that is what set off this latest round of shop upgrades. The first step in building these cabinets was build some boxes.
I sized them to make the best use of the plywood and still fit. I had some hemlock that I ripped to trim the edges. Old bicycle inner tubes and spring clamps did the job.
Here is a view of how I set up to flush trim the doors and shelves.
The wall was REALLY not straight. It took a couple tries to get everything lined up, but eventually it all worked out.
After getting the shelves made and the doors on it’s looking pretty good! You can see that I have been clearing out the workbench area too.
Then it’s time to start filling the shelves!
All that is left is the fun part…
-- Steve - Impatience is Expensive