How to Build a Corner Linen Cabinet

dghanem says:
it's perfect work and really hard working thanks alot to his perfect work
it's perfect work and really hard working thanks alot to his perfect work
Assemble the Face Frame Step 1

Rip and crosscut poplar to make the face frame parts E through I. Set the tablesaw blade to 45 degrees and bevel one back edge of each side stile (E) and the ends of the rails (H). Be careful not to reduce the front face dimensions of the pieces.

Step 2

Use glue and pocket-hole joinery to join the parts. Use two pocket-hole screws for each joint to attach the rails (H and I) to stiles and one screw at each joint to attach the center stiles (F and G) to rails.

Step 3

Lay the frame face down. Apply glue to the edges of the cabinet sides, top, bottom, and middle shelf. With someone to help, place the cabinet on the face frame. Make sure the stiles extend equally past both cabinet sides. Drive 1-1/4-inch screws every 12 inches straight into countersunk holes through the back and into the stiles.

Step 4

Turn the cabinet on one side. Add a pocket-hole screw through the bottom of each shelf into the center stile. Drive screws into the middle of the rail for the top, bottom, and middle shelf.

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dghanem wrote:

it's perfect work and really hard working thanks alot to his perfect work

7/22/2010 05:52:40 AM Report Abuse
dghanem wrote:

its very nice project

7/22/2010 05:38:34 AM Report Abuse
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