Illustrated Cabinetmaking

Illustrated Cabinetmaking Author Bill Hylton
ISBN-10 1565233697
Year 2008
Pages 374
Language en
Publisher Fox Chapel Publishing Company Incorporated
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Describes how to make joints and assemble doors, drawers, and other elements, and provides plans for specific furniture projects.

Bill Hylton s Frame Panel Magic

Bill Hylton s Frame   Panel Magic Author Bill Hylton
ISBN-10 1558707409
Year 2005-12-28
Pages 128
Language en
Publisher Popular Woodworking Books
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Knowing how to build a framed panel is an essential skill for any woodworker, and Bill Hylton's Frame & Panel Magic finally provides the definitive guide to this important type of joinery. Popular author Hylton gives readers: Techniques for creating panels that draw the eye, including raised, flat, veneered, curved-edge and glazed panels; Illustrated step-by-step directions for traditional joinery as well as the quick and easy router-cut cope-and-stick joinery; Unintimidating instructions for using panels in cabinet doors, casework, panelling, and door construction In addition, readers receive detailed lists of the equipment they need, making this guide the goto resource all woodworkers must have.

Building Doors Drawers

Building Doors   Drawers Author Andy Rae
ISBN-10 9781561588688
Year 2007
Pages 186
Language en
Publisher Taunton Press
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An experienced woodworker takes readers through the entire process of building dozens of different door and drawer applications for kitchens, baths, built-ins, stand-alone furniture, and more, offering step-by-step instructions on techniques, advice on materials and essential tools, and tips on designing an item and installing hardware. Original. 10,000 first printing.

Design Your Own Furniture

Design Your Own Furniture Author Jim Stack
ISBN-10 9781558706132
Year 2002-12-30
Pages 128
Language en
Publisher Popular Woodworking Books
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Offers instructions on how to design wood furniture, discussing design elements, how to create drawings and materials lists, sizing, and small shop considerations; and includes photographs of various styles of beds, dressers, sideboards and hutches, bookcases and media centers, tables, chairs, stools and rockers, cabinets, and desks.

Build Your Own Kitchen Cabinets

Build Your Own Kitchen Cabinets Author Danny Proulx
ISBN-10 1440316325
Year 2003-07-17
Pages 128
Language en
Publisher Popular Woodworking Books
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Build your own kitchen cabinets! You don't need a showroom full of equipment or expertise in calculus to build your own kitchen cabinets. In fact, Danny Proulx's concise, easy-to-follow instructions enable you to create incredible kitchens with just a few power tools—a table saw, circular saw, router and drill. Completely revised and updated, Build Your Own Kitchen Cabinets, Second Edition, provides start-to-finish guidelines for crafting upper and lower cabinets, plus practical information on kitchen design, material selection and tool shortcuts. Proulx's instruction is practical, easy to understand and time-tested, refined in his own shop, and taught by him in countless seminars and workshops. You'll learn how to plan, design, construct and install your own complete handmade kitchen, from simple cabinets and over-the-sink cupboards to lazy-Susan shelving, stemware, storage and more: Combine the beauty of traditional face-frame cabinetry with the strength and simplicity of European cabinetry and hardware Build drawers, pull-outs and flip-outs to maximize storage space Use European hinges, adjustable legs and other specialized hardware to take the guesswork out of construction and installation Use simple butt joints to build strong cabinets quickly Customize your cabinets' looks with a variety of door styles, countertops and finishes Page after page, Danny Proulx proves that you can build your own beautiful kitchen cabinets.

The Illustrated Guide to Cabinet Doors and Drawers

The Illustrated Guide to Cabinet Doors and Drawers Author David Getts
ISBN-10 094193683X
Year 2004
Pages 185
Language en
Publisher Linden Pub
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Virtually every door and drawer variation that a cabinetmaker is likely to encounter is addressed and explained in full color in this comprehensive guide. Designed to provide tips for the professional woodworker as well as inspire the hobbyist, this reference focuses on basic door and drawer construction, including tips for creating tambour, frame and panel, flat panel, louver, split panel, and coopered doors. A door gallery is included, as are discussions of advanced door and drawer construction, including historical door and cabinet styles, edge banding, and working with solid wood and nonwood composite panels.

Kitchen Cabinets Made Simple

Kitchen Cabinets Made Simple Author Gregory Paolini
ISBN-10 9781600853005
Year 2011-03-15
Pages 122
Language en
Publisher Taunton Press
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"Kitchen Cabinets Made Simple" demystifies kitchen cabinet construction and makes it possible for the dedicated do-it-yourselfer to build new cabinets for a fraction of the cost of buying them. Includes a companion DVD with step-by-step video tutorials.

The Complete Cabinetmaker s Reference

The Complete Cabinetmaker s Reference Author Jeffery Piontkowski
ISBN-10 1558707573
Year 2005-10-28
Pages 256
Language en
Publisher Popular Woodworking Books
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The One Book Every Cabinetmaker Needs to Own Build any cabinet imaginable, in any size, and with lightning speed. All you need are common workshop tools, a sheet of plywood and this ingenious book. The Complete Cabinetmaker's Reference is the Rosetta Stone of the woodworking world. Its worksheets unlock the secrets of efficient case construction because author Jeffrey Piontkowski has done all the hard work for you. He shows you in just five easy steps how to build any one of 23 cabinet styles - from simple base cabinets to pantry cabinets to file cabinets: Pick the style and size cabinet you need and flip to that page. Cut your pieces to size using the cutting list and the plywood optimization charts that show you how to waste as little material as possible. Cut all the dadoes and grooves shown on the 3D exploded drawings. Assemble your cabinet using the step-by-step photos as a guide. Build any doors and drawers using the book's detailed and exact instructions. If you're a beginner, this book lets you build cabinets like a pro. If you're a pro, this book lets you build cabinets faster than ever and expands the range of what you can offer your clients.

Hybrid Woodworking

Hybrid Woodworking Author Marc Spagnuolo
ISBN-10 9781440329708
Year 2013-11-13
Pages 192
Language en
Publisher Popular Woodworking Books
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A faster route to handcrafted results! In the last few years, there's been a push to return to the roots of woodworking when every step was done with hand tools--from resawing lumber and planing it flat, to cutting joins and creating profiles. Working this way can produce beautiful results, but is it the best method for woodworking in the 21st century? In Hybrid Woodworking, author and Internet woodworking star Marc Spagnuolo offers a more efficient approach that combines the strength of power-tool and hand-tool techniques. The end result: You save time and effort while producing furniture that still has that stunning handmade look. The Hybrid System Hybrid Woodworking will show you which machines and power tools are best for the grunt work of furniture making. It will explain which hand tools are essential for fine-tuning. And best of all, it will demonstrate techniques for working flawlessly and efficiently with every machine and tool in your shop. Making beautiful furniture can be immensely gratifying. By adopting the hybrid woodworking system you can get to that satisfying end result with less effort while enjoying every step along the way.

Wood Finishing 101

Wood Finishing 101 Author Bob Flexner
ISBN-10 9781440308451
Year 2011-06-09
Pages 128
Language en
Publisher Popular Woodworking Books
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Demonstrates how to apply finishes on different types of woods, including an overview, a list of tools, and homemade alternatives for each type of finish.

How to Make Kitchen Cabinets

How to Make Kitchen Cabinets Author Randy Johnson
ISBN-10 1565235061
Year 2011
Pages 255
Language en
Publisher Fox Chapel Publishing Company Incorporated
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An everything but the kitchen sink guide to building kitchen cabinets and making simple, but impressive kitchen upgrades from the experts at American Woodworker. Readers will learn how to make cabinets from plywood, how to make many styles of cabinet door including popular cathedral doors, how to build and install drawers, which hardware to choose, how to make and edge laminate countertops and how to install the completed results. All the information is reader-tested, authoritative and current with contemporary workshop practices. Includes small projects such as simple kitchen upgrades, plus an appliance garage, a kitchen stool and a freestanding pantry, taken from 35 articles that have appeared in the magazine.

Building Kitchen Cabinets and Bathroom Vanities

Building Kitchen Cabinets and Bathroom Vanities Author Steve Cory
ISBN-10 1627107932
Year 2015-09-29
Pages 208
Language en
Publisher
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Nothing transforms the look and function of a kitchen or bathroom space -- and adds significantly to the value of a home--like new cabinets and countertops. But mistakes can be costly. So whether you're building them or just installing them, your job is much easier when you arm yourself with the best information possible. The builder-tested techniques and methods in this book allow you to build and install high-quality, durable, and cost-efficient cabinets, vanities, and countertops for kitchens and baths--or for any room in the house. From simple to elaborate, from budget to high-end, this book covers a range of cabinet, vanity, and countertop projects and gives you the technical help you need to get the job done right the first time.

Cutting Edge Cabinetmaking

Cutting Edge Cabinetmaking Author Robert Ingham
ISBN-10 1861085184
Year 2007
Pages 207
Language en
Publisher Guild of Master Craftsman Publications Limited
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Offers an insight into the author's philosophy on design, materials and construction, and provides tips, inspiration and advice on both technique and aesthetics of cabinetmaking.