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Even a novice woodworker is capable of building their own DIY kitchen cabinets. Cabinetry is relatively easy to build if you have a good table saw and a few basic tools. In this video you will see how I build both upper and lower cabinet boxes and face frames, and how it all comes together.
We needed a place for all our books that were still in boxes after our last move, and this corner in our basement was the perfect spot for a corner bookshelf. Do you have an empty corner in your house? Consider building a built-in corner bookshelf. Most do-it-your-selfers can easily manage a project like this. You can build it with basic tools and a little ingenuity.
How to replace heating element in Whirlpool electric dryer - dryer not heating - In this video I replace the heating element and thermostat on a Whirlpool Imperial Series electric clothes dryer (Model LEN2000PW0). The process will be similar on comparable models from other brands. Help! My electric clothes dryer has no heat! Dont be afraid to attempt DIY repairs on your electric dryer. If your dryer is not heating it is likely the heating element. A new dryer heating element can be purchased
How to build DIY kitchen cabinets - start to finish - Even a novice woodworker is capable of building their own kitchen cabinets. Cabinetry is relatively easy to build if you have a good table saw and a few basic tools. In this video you will see how I build both upper and lower cabinet boxes and face frames and how it all comes together. Build simple flat-panel CABINET DOORS: https://youtu.be/A5lPBDN1ICM Some of these links are affiliate links. If you click on the link and make a purchase I
DIY Elevated Dog Bowl Station with extra Food Storage - I built a raised dog bowl/food station with extra food storage underneath made of barn boards and pine. It's an easy DIY project. Read more about the elevated dog bowl feeding station on my website: http://bit.ly/2KW9iMx MATERIALS: 15 Quart storage container: https://amzn.to/2XhnNBf or http://bit.ly/2Fi6E01 Stainless Steel Bowls: http://bit.ly/2KYAGJR FOLLOW: Subscribe on YouTube Website: http://bit.ly/2Wxh0Ak Facebook: http://bit.ly/2R
Build Your Own Table Saw Insert | for dado blades and zero clearance inserts - Using a dado blade on your table saw requires that you have a larger opening in your blade insert to accommodate the width of the dado. Its easy to make your own. Use your existing table saw insert as a template and make at least one insert for your dado blade and one to use as a zero clearance insert with your regular saw blade. Visit http://bit.ly/2Wxh0Ak to subscribe to by email.
Dust mask/respirator for woodworking | safety gear - Woodworking creates a lot of dust and particles. If its your hobby you should invest in a good half mask respirator. Paper masks rarely seal against your face fully allowing dust to get into your lungs. Even if you use a dust collector there is still dusk floating around your wood shop.
Do you have old cabinets that you’d like to replace? If the boxes are in good shape, you may just need to replace the cabinet doors. You can build NEW CABINET DOORS using just your TABLE SAW! You just need a standard blade and a dado blade. Flat panel (shaker style) doors are fairly easy to make with these basic tools.
How to build flat panel cabinet doors on your table saw | DIY Woodworking - Do you have old cabinets that you’d like to replace? If the boxes are in good shape, you may just need to replace the cabinet doors. You can build NEW CABINET DOORS using just your TABLE SAW! You just need a standard blade and a dado blade. Flat panel (shaker style) doors are fairly easy to make with these basic tools.
How to make a DIY Wooden Star decoration for your wall - Stars are a perennial decor favorite. While they certainly see their peak use at Christmas time many people display them on their walls as part of their decor year round. 5 sided wooden stars are easy to make (if you dont mind a few angles) and inexpensive if you use cedar fence pickets. TOOLS USED: Kreg Mini - https://amzn.to/2FHXPzm (OR Kreg Junior - https://amzn.to/2QjFHQ9) Kreg Face Frame Clamp - https://amzn.to/2FFhwHW Toggle Clamp/Hold Down Clamp - https://amzn.to/2TKuWFy Protractor - https://amzn.to/2TKwrUc 1 pocket screws coarse - https://amzn.to/2QnMCI4 3/4 pocket screws fine - https://amzn.to/2zsey3V Titebond II wood glue - https://amzn.to/2DYD4xF Subscribe on YouTube. https://ift.tt/2LxZs06 https://ift.tt/2QjoxlS https://ift.tt/2DMIMBV
Building a DIY cascade stool/stand with scrap lumber - This video shows the process of building a cascade stool/stand with scrap lumber. All you need is a few 2x's screws and glue. This can be built in various heights. Its easy to adjust the measurements to the height you desire. This is a simple project and great for beginning woodworkers just getting into DIY.
Cascading stool project - getting started - I put together a quick project on Saturday made with scrap lumber. It will be something that can be used for a short stool or a plant stand. It was an experiment I wanted to try. Turned out pretty well. Full video to be posted later along with plans. #DIY #woodworking #HCbyJC https://ift.tt/2LxZs06