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Get Back to Basics with the core information you need to succeed. Learn what is important to know about Constructing Kitchen Cabinets from layout and design, to casework and installation. Woodworking should be a fun and fulfilling hobby. Bypass the overwhelming overload of woodworking information available, and get Back to Basics with the core information you need to succeed. This new series offers a clear road map of fundamental woodworking knowledge on sixteen essential topics. In Constructing Kitchen Cabinets, you'll learn what is important to know now and what can be left for later. Best of all, the information is presented in the plain-spoken language you'd hear from a trusted friend or relative, and includes: - How to layout and design your kitchen to meet the demands of your household - Keeping your casework construction simple and well-built -Five different door styles and how to build each - Techniques for building strong, smoothly functioning drawers - Options for installing upper and lower cabinets - Choosing and installing the best counter surface The world's already complicated - your woodworking information shouldn't be.

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Constructing Kitchen Cabinets (Back to Basics)

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Get Back to Basics with the core information you need to succeed. Learn what is important to know about Constructing Kitchen Cabinets from layout and design, to casework and installation.

With the aid of this concise reference, woodworkers will learn to make a variety of cases and cabinets that are strong, well-designed, and built to last. Starting with an overview of cabinetmaking basics, such as lumber selection and stock preparation, this guidebook helps beginners get up and running quickly. Subsequent chapters focus on major styles of cabinets, such as bookcase, armoire, blanket chest, and highboy. Filled with anatomy drawings of each piece of furniture and step-by-step instructions, this handbook provides woodworkers with all the information needed to craft great work. Author Bio: John Kelsey is a journalist, an editor, and a writer who specializes in woodworking and furniture making. He is a former editor in chief of Fine Woodworking magazine and the author of several woodworking books, including Furniture Projects for the Deck and Lawn and Kid Crafts: Woodworking. He works as the editorial director for Fox Chapel Publishing. He lives in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
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Weight 1.0000
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Pages 144
Product Form Paperback
Size 7.5" x 9" x .375"
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