Microwave/Recycling Bin/Shredder/Mail Tray Cabinet — Part 2 of 3

In this video, I build the main cabinet of the microwave stand. It is made from ¾ inch birch plywood. Three sides of the cabinet are solid sheets with holes cut in them with the CNC router for various things. The fourth side is built of parts to form a frame — this saved on wood. The four sides are mitered together at the corners. I built up some blocking for the drawer slides. I built two drawers to go in the cabinet — one to hold recycling and one for a shredder.

Kitchen Remodel: Part 5 – Drawers: https://youtu.be/wLMQ_6Y29pY

Some of the tools used in this project

Cantilever Clamps: http://amzn.to/1TJmAFx
KANT TWIST Quick Acting Fixture Clamp: http://amzn.to/1TJn2DP
DEWALT DW618 2-1/4 HP Router: http://amzn.to/1TJmFcr
Milwaukee 18-volt Compact Drill: http://amzn.to/1sj855F
Oshlun 8-1/2-Inch Negative Hook Finishing ATB Saw Blade:http://amzn.to/1TJmTQJ
FastCap Glu-Bot Glue Bottle: http://amzn.to/1TJn0vq
3M Peltor H10A Optime 105 Earmuff: http://amzn.to/1sj80iw
NIKLE 23 GAUGE Pin Nailer: http://amzn.to/1TFBInv
Wixey WR410 8-Inch Digital Protractor: http://amzn.to/28MW6hb
Wixey WR300 Digital Angle Gauge: http://amzn.to/1UfwoID
Bessey Strap Clamp: http://amzn.to/29qLCNR

Frank Howarth — Father, husband, and interested in architecture at a small scale expressed through woodworking and film making.

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45 ответов на “Microwave/Recycling Bin/Shredder/Mail Tray Cabinet — Part 2 of 3”

  1. Excellent work, as always. You've pushed my curiosity to the point where I'm looking into learning woodworking myself. Just curious, how did you achieve the animation at the beginning of the video?

  2. Hi Frank, I think I figured out how you show Sketchup animations and blend them into your videos. You export the Sketchup animations as .mp4 files and then alter the opacity inside your video editor. I'm an amateur photographer and really appreciate your video editing style. Very enjoyable watching your channel.

  3. Nice work Frank 🙂 Always cool to see how you use CNC and manual power tools together. I think often people can get too caught up with the idea that CNC does the work for you when it's often way quicker and easier to do some jobs by hand.

  4. For long, straight miters, I like to use a lock mitre bit on the router table. Takes fair bit of setup and I highly recommend getting the magnetic setup gauge, but the results are worth the effort. I honestly don't understand why they don't get more attention on YouTube.

  5. Hi Frank, I see that the CNC is still needing a dust extraction system. As I understand from the build, the gantry is plenty strong to hold the weight of a small/medium shop vac. That way you have to run hoses only from the gantry to the router, and maybe have a home position where you could run the shop air duct over the small shop vac and empty it by sucking the chips. Crazy idea I know but you could improve on it.
    Thank you for the videos. I like the kitchen remodel series.

  6. I enjoy making projects out of Baltic birch plywood. It is a mostly perfect substrate. The only drawbacks are the weight and cost. Case goods become heavy quickly. It is such a strong material that with a little extra engineering, one could get away with using thinner stock than the usual 3/4". Nice project so far Frank. Thank you for posting.

  7. Nice video, always well made 🙂 everyone seems to be using Baltic birch for their projects, it´s nice stuff but OMG the price is insane, at least here in the Baltic (Finland). One would think it´s cheap here but sadly no… What are you paying for the sheets over there? I imagine it´s made over here and shipped over there…?

  8. How could anyone be compelled to "thumbs down" this or, for that matter, any of your postings? Probably just coveting your shop, skills or both. I wonder if they know that's a sin? Hail Mary, Full of Grace …

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