Kitchen Cabinet

How to Make Do-it-yourself Kitchen area Cabinets





Diy Kitchen area Cabinet Tutorial – In this episode we will wander by way of the fundamental principles of creating a uncomplicated cabinet. We will make a cabinet carcass, face frame, drawers, doors, …

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  1. The battle appears to be lost in the US… but seriously… METRIC!!! 😂
    Nice vid btw 👍

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  2. Nice

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  3. Really nice job, I am working on a very similar project. hopefully mine will come out as nice as yours, I. adding tools as I go, so a bit slow but thats OK, I am a very patient man, I just do't wait very patiently LOL. thanks for the tips

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  4. So awesome and beautiful. I wish I had the ability to do this. I admire your talent. Great video.

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  5. I dont do enough meth to keep up with this guy. For a how to video, It doesnt help that he seemed to talk to someone who's done a lot of this type of stuff. How to videos should be for dummies who arent on drugs.

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  6. Wow finally a well instructional video

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  7. Curious as to how much this kitchen cost, ballpark? Do you happen to remember?

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  8. And excellent instructions on this project, thorough and detailed. With no nonsense…
    I feel confident to do this, after viewing your tutorial

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  9. Nice appliances!

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  10. It reminded me that I should have taken more woodworking classes in high school. I have had my eye on cabinets that you buy from Home Depot or Manard's. That would probably work best for me and my skill set. I might try making a butcher block countertop.

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  11. Do you suggest a newbie to purchase a CNC machine? After watching your video I think CNC would be waste in the beginning. I'll think of it maybe 2-3 years down into cabinet making.

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  12. Awesome job, well done. Did you paint those side panels yourself? What type of wood was it?

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  13. What the name of the wooden board that was used?

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  14. How did you come up with just how much walnut to buy to get the correct size?

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  15. Perfect

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  16. Great learning video, you explain things very well and professionally! Great confidence builder I'm ready to build cabinets now 😁 thanks. New Sup!

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  17. Oh hell man i could easly pull this off. You see we need a cabinet building in the living room for more storage. Kids toys and shoes and stuff and you my fruend have just inspired me to build a custom built cabinet for our living room. Infact first thing monday morning im heading over to my local diy store (Homebase or B&Q in the UK) and picking up a few sheets of 18mm ply board and starting the build when the kids go back to school. man im so excited now.

    Keith

    S.F.T.S

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  18. Awesome great job , see you use kreg tools and screws , i want to invest on buying kreg but cost to much

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  19. Fantastic.

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  20. Looks great man. One finishing touch that would have added is if you used solid wood for the drawers instead of plywood. That way you don't see the plywood layers when you open your drawer. Still a good project.

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  21. thank you

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  22. Thank you, just learned a lot again.

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  23. Beauty! I love the jigs!

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  24. That was a ton of work. Well done. Need to build a backsplash to prevent the greasy juice to drip behind the cabinet.

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  25. 🔥🔥 AWESOME VIDEO 💪🏽💪🏽Definitely giving me confidence to take on the laundry room 💪🏽 IG: TheSummerIsNow

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  26. there are lovely,enjoying every step of the way

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  27. So beautiful. I want to be your apprentice! 🙂

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  28. Hey, why do you wear a mask when cutting? I have allergies and want to get into wood work…is that why you wear a mask?

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  29. How did you make and fix that top shelf

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  30. I do not see purpose of making cabinets when you can get from Home depot etc whatsoever boxes you want.

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  31. Well done, Great job

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  32. Thanks for this! Justifies the money I'm going to spend to have someone else do it

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  33. awesome project.Ghee the is amazing how quick and easy the pocket hole screws are.thank you for sharing you work.

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  34. my house still has the original 1973 cabinets we are not planning to get rid of them to me they look amazing and when they where new they where more expensive then avrage cabinets

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  35. Dadoes and rabbits are my preference over pocket holes. (I have a pocket holes jig and a doweling jig as well)

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  36. If the cabinets purchased from DIY stores were made like this, it would justify the price. Great video

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  37. Nice build….. I don't have a table saw at least at the moment so I don't think I can do such a big project. I do own a mitre saw 10" (not the sliding one)

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  38. Wonderful photos & videos shots with excellent narration; glad you had all the woodworking tools available.
    Suggestion: as a prior homeowner, I would have put in slide out drawers, instead of wide shelf & bottom shelf under that beautiful butcher block top… otherwise items just get "never looked at or used" that are in the back of those low shelves.

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  39. amazing

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  40. Did you buy the face frame boards pre-cut or did you mill the wood yourself?

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  41. this dude has $500 in jigs

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  42. Does every American have a woodworking shop in their house?

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  43. Very nice job. How long did it take to build? And approximate cost?

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  44. Amazing work¡ is IT posible to share more info about paint used so I van look for the here un Chile. Thanks for sharing

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  45. ✔💯💯

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  46. Great Tutorial – very inspiring!

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