Cabinetry and Trimwork
Okay, let’s hear ’em—your excuses for not making those cabinets you could use everywhere from you
When edge-banding plywood with solid stock, completing the corner joints can be a nuisance.
When my brad nailer runs out of fasteners, it's hard to tell where the nailing stopped because the tool leaves an impression in the wood whether it drives a nail or not.
Holes in hardwood plywood shelves and countertops that allow cords to pass through show the plywood layers and diminish the appearance of a project. To hide the raw edges, I make custom solid-wood grommets in place.
Why buy? A shelf-pin drilling jig ensures wobble-free adjustable shelves by helping you drill precisely positioned pin holes.
Today's hardware universe offers a nearly limitless variety of cabinet-door hinges.