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Old 04-21-2016, 02:31 PM   #1
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Kitchen cabinet construction

I've been building kitchen cabinets from scratch. It's my first time trying to build cabinets and it's going well, so I'm sharing...

I used quarter sawn white oak and am going for a "stickley" finish. It's not authentic though, stickley used ammonia gas and glaze, etc. My process was basically stain, light sand, teak oil, light sand, shellac, light sand, shellac, light sand, shellac.



I used the cheap Kreg jig pocket screw kit for assembling the face frames. It worked great! Link: https://www.kregtool.com/store/c13/k...reg-jigreg-r3/



More detail on my project blog: http://67streamline.blogspot.com
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Try reposting the pics
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The pix on your blog...

....look awesome!
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reposting pics as attachments...

Face frame assembled with pocket screws and layout of cabinet face frame and doors/drawers.
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Update

Here's a photo of the nearly completed cabinets...
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Nice work!


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