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I LOVE THE TECHSHOP!!! Being a woodworker, I have access to everything I need to build whatever I need to. I was asked to build a low cabinet ...
FIRST, I chose the wood. Woodcraft is expensive, but has a pretty good selection. I planed the wood to the right thickness and jointed the ends to glue ...
In order to keep them lined up when gluing, I used a biscuit joiner. WHICH, OF COURSE, THE TECHSHOP HAS!!!!
I used the shopbot to cut all my sides, top, and dividers for the carcass of the cabinet... ALSO MAKES FOR PERFECT SHELF PIN HOLES!!!!
I was pretty nervous to cut the holes for the door hinges, but they turned out great. Using a hole guide and the drill press, I was able ...
This cabinet is going in an office building, and behind a conference table. I didn't want handles to be hit by the back of chairs, so I routed ...
The techshop has a great finishing room. I spent a lot of time in there painting the outside of the cabinet with a laquer white spray paint. It ...
I used some prelaminated wood for the shelves, and just ironed on some laminate edgebanding. Looks good in the end, and not that much work. Painting is the ...
Here it is in it's new home. I think they love it. At least, I hope they do.
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