Kitchen Cabinet

Kreg Kitchen Makeover Series Part 2: How To Make New Drawers





Learn how easy it is to update your kitchen! In video #2 in this series, master carpenter Gary Striegler shows how to upgrade your cabinets by building new …

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  1. perfect

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  2. I have to buy these tools.

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  3. Sorry but at @2:30 thats a terrible way to make that cut and kreg has a tool that fits the bill. Square-Cut™

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  4. Question can you use this door and trim bit on a hand held router? https://www.rockler.com/rockler-round-edge-matched-stile-and-rail-bit-set

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  5. You mention in the video about drawer fronts. I have watch all 8 videos and cannot find where you did the drawer fronts.

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  6. What is the entire setup for your Kreg router table? What mount, what motor, etc? Thanks for another great video!

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  7. Why not screw the bottom on with short screws so that is you ever have to replace the bottom it would be real easy?

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  8. You spoke of micro-screws. I have the same K5 jigs as you. Are there micro-screw inserts for the K5 holes?

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  9. good to know

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  10. I have watched all of these informative videos. But I can not find a place that provides how to install the drawer facings? In one I saw him lean over and saw Gary do something in the drawer with his back turned. Can anyone provide how these are attached?

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  11. how do you route by hand without it going all over the place? Whats the trick?

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  12. How thick is the plywood being used for the sides?

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  13. Is there a standard height to cut the bottom slot from the bottom of the drawer side?

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  14. How do you determine the drawer height? I don't like a short drawer that allows my socks to fall out and down to the bottom of the cabinet. Is there a max height? I know the drawer opening would be absolute max. Nevermind….I should have watched more of the video.

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  15. These are very helpful and informative videos. They've helped to convince me to buy a Kreg pocket hole jig. Thanks for posting

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  16. well first you should get use to using dowels and biscuits ,what your doing is lazy and un profesional ,

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  17. Love Kreg System.

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  18. I found doing 3 sides with a dado cut is stronger. Front and both sides. I slide it in from the back and use 3 pan head screws to secure it. I tried using 3/4 inch pocket screws but I didn't get a good enough hold. I used 1 inch instead and didn't screw all the way down. They seem to be holding up well.

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  19. In the UK that Kreg Router Table cost $332:27 how much does it cost in the USA

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  20. are you using the micro jig or the regular one?

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  21. 6 screws on each joint seems a bit excessive

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  22. Kregg Jig is fantastic, you get perfect joints every time . I love these tutorials on Kregg!

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  23. what all comes in the K5 kit?

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  24. I also cut a slot in front piece for drawer bottom. Over time a nailed panel can drop leaving an ugly anything crack.

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  25. Brilliant thanks Kreg.
    Barry (ENG)

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