Building Some Cabinets – Kitchen Remodel E30

Hey guys! In this episode we start building cabinets for Terry’s kitchen.

Enjoy!

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Frank Christensen - May 8, 2019

NOBODY HERE AGAIN? Well done guys, lookin’ good so far. Cheers from Perth, Western Australia, Frank.

    Forest To Farm - May 8, 2019

    Thanks! We have been doing more since we filmed this video and things are going much more smoothly. Its all part of the learning process.
    Terry

Rob Hodge - May 8, 2019

I’m going to hang out in the comment section until someone rages over the sound of styrofoam squeaking in their airpods!!

*Edit* I don’t understand what you’re saying about the base panel. Why wouldn’t you be able to screw into the side??

    Forest To Farm - May 8, 2019

    Its not that we could not screw into the side its that it would be harder to make the hole with a pocket hole jig after the base is assembled. Before the base is assembled we can make the holes in the K5 jig. After its assembled if we want pocket holes we have to use the portable option which is jujst less efficient in the over all scheme of things.
    Terry

    Terry

mateo1726 - May 8, 2019

Finally catching up on talks series. Hope to see y’all back at the house build soon!

    Forest To Farm - May 8, 2019

    We hope so as well. Gotta get started on those houses soon.
    Terry

Brian Curwick - May 8, 2019

Why not buy a better choice than a Table Saw or Circular Saw — Festool System

    Forest To Farm - May 8, 2019

    Not a bad option.
    Terry

    Scotty 2000SS - July 25, 2019

    Overkill for DIY

myzipie - May 10, 2019

reason for not using glue???

    Forest To Farm - May 10, 2019

    They claim that glue is not needed but can be used if you like. Have you ever used this type system? Glue would make it extremely hard to hold anything in place when trying to align things so you can install the screws. The boards will shift on you even if you are careful so I can not imagine what glue would add to the equation. Here is a link talking about the Kreg pocket hole jig system and the need or lack there of for glue.http://www.kregtool.com/files/newsletters/kregplus/december11.html
    Terry

    Bill Fischer - May 12, 2019

    @Forest To FarmThe other downside to glue is that if you don’t get it all cleaned off, it wont take stain. Sorry I’m way behind on videos, so it may have already been said or maybe you are painting them.

    Forest To Farm - May 12, 2019

    @Bill Fischer Good point but yeah we are painting them.
    Terry

Bill Fischer - May 12, 2019

The last cabinet I built was in my carpenter apprentice classes. Looks good guys, I’m looking forward to many more videos and watching you build the faces. It may be lots of work now, but you already know that you will get much better quality and cheaper to boot.

    Forest To Farm - May 12, 2019

    Agreed on all counts Bill!
    Terry

ToolsConsumables - May 13, 2019

Dear Terry & Brian,
I think you’ve done yourselves proud with that cabinet. If this is what you already produce with no prior experience, one indeed wonders what you two are capable once properly tooled up!!! The suspense is just plain too much!!! Very well done. Kind regards.

    Forest To Farm - May 13, 2019

    Thanks! The sky is the limit!
    Terry

    ToolsConsumables - May 13, 2019

    @Forest To Farm Indeed it is. Kind regards.

Scotty 2000SS - July 25, 2019

That table is working great. I plan on doing the same now that I have room in the garage seeing I sold the Corvette lol. Building cabinets is a great way to get your feet wet in wood working. My wife and I made our own cabinet to house a wine fridge. Loved the video!

    Forest To Farm - July 26, 2019

    We absolutely love that table. Kegg made some great saw horses that make it all the better. Yeah we love building stuff and cabinets are a lot of fun but they can be tedious.
    Terry

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