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(01) Building a Multidrawer Wall Cabinet: Introduction
Go step-by-step through the construction of a versatile Shaker-style 12-drawer wall cabinet. Watch the process on video. There is a complete construction drawing included.
(02) Cut Precise Dadoes and Rabbets
Learn how to make exacting cuts on the tablesaw, in part two of this video workshop.
(03) Step-by-Step Case Glue-Up and Assembly
Instruction to execute this complex glue up. Many insightful tips and techniques along the way.
(04) Construct a Frame-and-Panel Back
Build a mortise-and-tenon frame using a hollow-chisel mortiser and a dado blade on the tablesaw, in part four of this video workshop.
(05) An Easy Way to make Multiple Drawers
Learn how to cut tongue-and-groove joints to assemble many drawers quickly, in part five of this video workshop.
(06) A Shaker Peg Board
The Shakers used wall-mounted pegs to hold many things, including cabinets like this. In this episode, some of the finer points of making a modern-day peg board.
(07) Introduction to Dovetails
Take your joinery to a new level by learning how to make handcut dovetails. The three episodes in this part show you how to take the drawer joinery to the next level.
(08) Introduction to Half-Blind Dovetails
The first of two lessons on how to lay out and cut half-blind dovetails.
(09) Completing the Half-Blind Dovetail Joint
The conclusion of the lessons on dovetails. If you make one dovetailed drawer per day, by the time you've; finished the dozen drawers, you will have mastered the dovetail.
(10) Clean-up and Glue-Up
With all the parts cut and assembled dry, it's time to glue up the drawers and the case and prepare to finish the project.
(11) An Oil Finish for Cherry
In this final episode, you learn how to apply a finish that brings out the color and figure of the wood, but without leaving blotches.