Published at Saturday, October 13th 2018. by Claudine Galloway in Bathroom Vanity.
The plumbing and probably put in a pullout tray, and maybe another pullout tray above it, which will take care of a lot of the wasted space. That's above so that's the project. This week, micro jig maker of the gripper work safer work smarter. Now, if I was to make the width of this pull out the exact width of the opening, the drawer slides that would work, but the way that these Euro hinges work, the door actually sticks past the face frame just a little bit. So you have to take the measurement from the door to the face frame and not the inside face frame inside the base frame.
Now we're just going to take a measurement from the face frame, all the way to the back and there's a little piece of half-inch plywood back here that we just need to accommodate and notch out now we have a stop block setup here for the 1/2 inch Piece, that's on the very bottom and we're just going to notch out that piece. We're going to do this on 8 pieces now while using the quarter inch spacer behind, don't screw it to the cabinet. All right now we're going to have about 12 drawers. There's gonna be a lot of repetitive cuts because we're going to have 24 sides and 24 backs. So let's get the cutting and we're first going to start by cutting a bunch of strips three inches wide.
Okay, now before I go through all the trouble of changing out my blade for the dado stack to do the tongue of grooves on the sides and fronts I'm going to go ahead and cut the bottoms. Now I found this piece of 3/16 inch beadboard that I'm going to use for the bottoms. I figured it'd be a little nice touch instead of a plain plywood bottom, it's pretty sturdy and because the doors aren't super wide and long this should it hold up nicely. Alright, now we've set the blade up for a quarter inch depth and generally when you make and grooves and pieces of wood, you only want to go about 1/3 of the distance. For instance, a 3/4 inch would only be a quarter inch depth so because this is 1/2 inch. If I did that it would only be 1/8 of an inch deep and that's not really deep enough for what I want.
So, what's up going to make a quarter inch depth, which is only half the thickness of this half inch? Plywood? now that I've got all the grooves cut on every piece, we're just going to move the fence over just a tiny bit away from the blade and then make a second pass. And now we're going to cut the tongues for the front they're going to be a quarter inch deep by a quarter inch wide. So, in order to use the sacrificial fence in order to bury the blade in there, we've got to make the depth of the cut a little bit thicker than a quarter inch. So if we just add these two outer blades like this, it won't be quite enough. So, in order to dial in that depth, we're going to add a skinny little chipper blade right in between the two outer blades.
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