Published at Saturday, October 13th 2018. by Courtney Alford in Bathroom Vanity.
So I put down a layer of blue painters tape which should help control the chip out on that top layer, and I don't need any of the take-ups when I'm cutting in the direction of the grain I'll join the cabinet together using pocket screws I'll, conceal them. Underneath this thin plywood sheet for the back is going to get the cabinet a lot of extra strings I'll, just tap it into place. Before I assemble these pieces for the base, I need to cut a hole in one piece for this heat register I'll put screws in the backside, since they won't be visible, I'll use, finishing nails on the front that way I'll be able to cover up the holes With spackling - and these triangles will give it extra support, I'm using solid lumber for the face frame and I'll assemble it using pockets.
Normally, I would use my nail gun to just tap this all the way around, but unfortunately, after 15 years my compressor finally died. So until I get a new one, I'm just going to pound these nails in the old-school style, I'm cutting a hole in the back for the plumbing to fit though I'm using solid lumber for the door frames. I cut out some thin handling it all attached to the backside of these for an edge profile. I'm just going to use a simple round over bit on my router I'll, get the doors positioned and screwed in place now and then remove them from painting place. A solid piece of lumber for the false drawer front, you-you it's a lot easier to attach the faucet before dropping the sink in.
I want to thank audible, who will continue to sponsor woodworking for mere mortals throughout 2016. I want to start off this year recommending an audiobook that you will not want to pause if you love thrillers check out the girl on the train by Paula Hawkins. It's about a London woman who passes the same house every day on her train commute and through a window observes the couple that lives there. Well, suddenly, her world gets turned upside down when she happens to witness the girl in the window getting murdered. My wife actually read this book before me and kept asking me who I thought did it and how I thought the book would end. I think right near the end.
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