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How To Make Wonderful Hunting Cabinet Doors – Kitchen Cabinets – Woodworking





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  1. Great man

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  2. Nice looking cabinets.
    Thanks for the video.

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  3. Thank you for sharing your wonderful knowledge!!

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  4. 💖

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  5. do you have a video on your planer setup, i have the same as you except stock and I'm trying to reduce snipe

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  6. Great video thanks

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  7. Hi John, Thanks for another very helpful video. Beautiful work mate ! Cheers, Brian

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  8. Great doors and video John!

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  9. Step by step , great Job

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  10. I sure did enjoy this project. Thanks John 👍

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  11. I'm going to make doors very similar to this for my kitchen. We are going to paint them instead of using stain. Would there be any advantage or disadvantage to using mdf for the panel instead of plywood?

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  12. Those are some nice shop cabinets, I'm sure they're nicer than many of the kitchen cabinets in houses I've lived in over the years. Thanks for sharing.

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  13. over sized edge banding. ; )

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  14. Very nice

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  15. Beautiful 💕

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  16. If I may ask, what brand of European hinge are you using

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  17. I liked the plywood fence when cutting the 1/4" plywood. I like your construction design for doors. The raised frame allows for decorative epoxy to be poured if you're into working with epoxy.

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  18. Can I have those cabinets in my kitchen? they are too exotic for a workshop

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  19. This has been a fun project to follow, John… and the results are impressive, as they always are on your channel. Thanks for sharing!

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  20. Excelente trabalho, me ajudou bastante!!!

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  21. Great job Johnny! 👍👍👍

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  22. beautiful looking doors!

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  23. Since the inside piece is glued into the frame… Will the expanding/contracting of the wood not break it?

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  24. Is it a mith not to glue panel doors, as panels within should float to allow for expansion and shrinkage ?

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  25. Nice work ! 👍

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  26. That shirt. <3

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  27. What's going on? New logo and John wearing a real dust mask in place of the shirt mask…. great video as always, and the the plywood in the doors turned out well. The simple cabinet has been making a comeback.

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  28. Хорошо вышло!:)

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  29. Just the teacher coming out

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  30. have you ever thought about modifying the measurement pointer for the rip fence to include a mark for both sides of the blade? do you would know the point on both sides of the cut? i don't know how valuable that would be but it might come in handy once in a while, mostly for cutting dados while being too lazy to change to a dado stack and measuring.

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  31. Seems pretty open and shut. Thanks John

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  32. I am a contractor cabinet maker? Why do I not use construction adhesive on my custom cabinet doors?
    1: just because it’s cheap does not mean it’s a good idea?
    2: I just remodeled a kitchen and was able to take apart several doors that were properly made and cut them down saving hundreds of dollars? If the prior professional cabinet maker done what u did? Every door I cut down to fit the new cases would be trash?
    3: wood moves especially custom cabinet doors. Albeit slightly but it moves! Thus done right last a very long time.
    4: Construction adhesive is for everything but custom cabinetry my friend? Find me a professional Cabinet maker that prefers tubed construction adhesive over tight bond 3 ??
    5: it obvious your extremely cheap and certain if there is away around it you will find it? Like the fake dovetails??? Dear Lord & the point was?
    6: listen that whole entire operation has me scratching my head? Home made wood clamps? A table saw built with a Skil Saw? And on and on?
    It’s interesting but for you only! The reason you use construction adhesive is this: CHEAP!
    The reason you make wood clamps?
    CHEAP!
    It would kill you to buy a gallon of Tightbond 3 and make stick/cope door with a high grade router bit using a nice router table with an nice router like a Triton 3 1/4 hp .

    Your cheap? You are interesting cause your cheap ?
    If everyone thought it was a good idea to be cheap like you then they would?
    However I hv plenty of work doing it the right way w/o construction adhesive on everything !

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  33. So, how many monkeys will fit in these cabinets ?

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  34. It would appear the the Makers Mob costs $19.99 per month

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  35. nice logo!!

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  36. Hey John, great work as always! Wish there were such detailed carpenters down here!

    Since you named a few woodworkers, would you make a list of those you watch/respect/appreciate at the scrap bin? Each appeals to certain viewers, personally I watch Frank but find Jimmy unappealing somehow. Thanks!

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  37. Top notch, both the woodwork as the editing, and I like the new logo style!

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  38. John video is amazing as usual, but wow that new logo is just insane!

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  39. Truth in the title. They are great looking doors.

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  40. Really nice looking!

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  41. Nice work. They look great.

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  42. I adoor these 😀

    What type of plywood are you using? I find my local, small town hardware stores have a smaller inventory. What would be your top three picks for plywood that look decent and are affordable? I.e 3/4" Baltic birch is about $84.00 here.

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  43. Not only does your method make the doors stronger but also gives them that rustic homemade look.

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