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Learn solid techniques for building faster, better face frames with this free chapter download from Gregory Paolini's new book, Kitchen Cabinets Made Simple.
In this free chapter download from Gregory Paolini’s Kitchen Cabinets Made Simple, you’ll learn simple ways to break down the process of the seemily overwhelming task of building kitchen cabinets. Now you can build new cabinets for a fraction of the cost and in doing so, you’ll add significant value to your home.
More on Kitchen Cabinets
• Kitchen Cabinet Tips from Norm Abram• Norm’s Complete Guide to Making Cabinets • Designing and Building Kitchen Cabinets • Video: Touring a Woodworkers Kitchen • Foolproof Finish for the Kitchen
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Not only are new kitchen cabinets a fun project for any woodworker, they can add significant value to your home as well!
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The one chapter that the site let's you view for free was good but not sure why you have to purchase a free download.
why did i just subscribe to what was supposed to be all kinds of free plans etc... only to get here and even though i'm supposedly a member, i still can only see the plans listed as free? what am i doing wrong? where's the members only plans? Why be a member if you still have to pay for every thing that interests you? wheres the perks of membership?
Joining in on the comments about bad links, where does the link above in the "More on Kitchen Cabinets" box called "Video: Touring a Woodworkers Kitchen" take you? It takes me to an article called "Bandsaw Your Own Veneer" which is a pdf.
I just have to comment on the photo of the woodworking gentleman using the Kreg squared-tip drill bit. I need to first explain that I am a very seasoned and a very safe woodworker.
It was exactly 5 years ago this past April 1st, (yes, it was April Fool's Day), that I was assembling a face-frame exactly like the gentleman in this photo. With very little pressure behind my driver-drill, the bit slipped out of the Kreg screw hole, sending the bit completely through the very center of my left palm. Luckily I hit nothing inside my hand that would cause permanent damage. The hand surgeon told me that I was one of the luckiest patients he's ever seen.
Learn from my stupid mistake!! Get your free hand away from the end of that Kreg bit!! I cannot stress enough how little pressure I was using the moment this bit pierced my palm.
Your website is terrible. I clicked on the link to a router mortising jig and a tablesaw featherboard jig appears on the screen. Also having an icon to view your site as a web page would be most helpful. If you don't get this site more user friendly I will not renew my membership in the future. It is incredible to me that a magazine of the caliber of Fine Woodworking can have such a hard to use web site.
The site is not very user friendly, miss click and you are out in space. Simple progression from one page to another or website. Keep it simple. Otherwise, tech support is very user friendly, the live one not the website one where you type in "other" and then the fun begins.
@drh5795- click the link just above the picture of the book but below the box with "More on Kitchen Cabinets" links. It worked fine for me.
Why does a free chapter download cost $24.95?
Cut nails and a clever lid clinch a traditional Japanese toolbox
Make something fun while learning new skills
Fast, fun approach to making a comfortable, casual seat
In this video Michael finishes the first of the three boxes. Gluing-up, planing, sanding and finishing bring a new piece of art to the world.
In this video Michael starts work on the second box, a carved and painted Saddle lid box.
Michael begins carving the saddle lid box with his ripple pattern along the top. Then turns to his 5/30 gouge to texture the sides of the box. This isn't work…
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