Nice to meet you. Follow me.New way to use drawers vertical drawer storage idea woodworking. That’s a neat idea, I think they should probably face inward towards each other, so you might be able to pull both out and open them like a book. Then the two compartments can compliment each other.You are a true […]
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That’s a neat idea, I think they should probably face inward towards each other, so you might be able to pull both out and open them like a book. Then the two compartments can compliment each other.You are a true craftsman. Thank you for sharing this. I’m sending it to my bff who’s getting into woodworking and putting together his workroom.He did it so easy and fast.If this is me, it would definitely take me days to a week, and for sure I will not make it perfect for the first time.absolutely amazing. Just about to start converting a van… just about to redesign a large portion of the storage.I’m in love with your skills. Damn, I need to learn to do that. I love your shelves and style. Thank you, so much for showing me that.I have to assume this is for the “You can do this” crowd. The budget friendly joinery will be costly in the long run. Great idea though.The jobs you have been doing here are each better than the other. I just think the Measures should be more detailed to have more understanding; Even more for the most laymen as well as I. Other than that You are to be congratulated.From a form and function perspective, this is innovative. As a former cabinet builder, I was cringing through the whole video. With no joinery, you’re dependent upon the glue to hold everything together, and with end grain meeting face grain, there’s not enough lateral contact for a good hold. With no sealer applied, several days of humidity could delaminate the plywood and destroy most of those joints in the cabinet box. If you were using a thin fiberglass over the whole project, it would likely last for 30 years. Unfinished, without proper joinery, and without structural reinforcing, I would estimate this cabinet to fall apart in fifteen years or less, not even long enough to grow the lumber to replace it. Sorry to be so harsh, but you could do better. Finger joining your plywood is not going to take more than a few extra centimeters of stock material, but make a cabinet that will last twice as long. Sealing and finishing will add even more life to it, making it last for a lifetime, possibly longer. Also, waxing your movable joints will make the operations smoother and reduce wear on the wood.