Cabinetry and Trimwork
From kitchen cabinets to bathroom cabinets to shop cabinets and bookshelves, you'll learn all the basics about building your own cabinets including case construction, face frames, as well as cabinet doors and trim.
Because of its strength and stability, plywood can be a woodworker’s best friend. But its edges are just plain ugly. Disguise those plies with edge banding.
Learn how to make a lower cabinet face frame. This is just one element of a complete series on
I'd like to slice some dowels in half lengthwise to make half-round molding. But when I tried a test cut at the bandsaw, the stock wanted to twist.
Is there a standard rail and stile width for kitchen cabinet doors? I was thinking of using 2" face frame material for the door frames to save milling time, but I think it might look a bit dainty.
I’ve seen two router-bit options for making rail-and-stile joints: matching bit sets and a single combination bit. It seems to me that the matching sets are the better way to go. Any thoughts?
Please recommend a finish to use on maple kitchen cabinet doors. I don’t know the existing finish, but it didn’t hold up to being splashed with water from the sink.