If you haven’t already, make sure you check out parts one to four of the series before you have a look at the part five video. As Chris Reynolds gets to the end of this woodworking project, he starts to assemble the cabinet boxes plans that we saw him constructing parts for in episode four.
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Cabinet boxes should always be assembled last when doing a cabinet project for a few reasons. First, the boxes take up a lot of room in the shop and are a pain to store and avoid damaging while working on other parts of your kitchen cabinets. Second, they take the least time to make and require the least care, so it’s better to stay focused on the more difficult parts first. Watch and learn from Chris Reynolds in this brand new part five video on building custom cabinets.

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