In part two of this three-part series on cabinetry, we have the carcass of the woodworking plans cabinet built already from part one and we’re starting to put together the face frame for our cabinet. This part is obviously critical, as these parts of the cabinet are going to be highly visible in the end product. Additionally, it’s important to use proper measurement tools when you assemble a project that has many pieces: the more parts you have, the more off something might appear because you get some measurements wrong.

Studying this second video carefully is most critical because it represents the most potentially difficult aspects of putting your kitchen cabinet together. You will also need to purchase hinges and properly sized screws to use in the assembly process. There’s also a very important bit on how to avoid kickbacks when using your router bit. Not sure what that means? Check out the video and find out!

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