Making some cabinets

Today, 22/9, we started making the cabinets that will go opposite to the lounge/bed.

We are using Tasmanian Oak (a hardwood from Tasmania) and marine plywood. All dressed 42mm x 19 mm and 6ee5 mm x 19 mm is used for the frames joined with pocket hole screws.

The Kreg pocket hole jig and their screws are very easy to use and made a neat and strong join.

The plywood it is glued to the frames and because we do not have a selection of clamps for every job we are using weights to press the ply to the frames.

 

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