Making your own kitchen cabinets is a rare chance to get more by spending less. A woodworker can spend less than buying cabinets from a showroom, but with the opportunity to choose materials and tailor cabinets to suit your needs, you can get a better end result than anything money can buy. Scott Gibson is an old hand at cabinetmaking. His technique blends a quick assembly method using biscuits, glue, and screws to make the boxes, with fine-furniture details such as inset drawers and doors for the look of fine furniture. From Fine Woodworking #185
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