How To Build Boxes Cool Dressers
Cool dressers – With basic joinery skills and the right tools, you will be able to build or replace your own boxes. These steps will be useful if you are remodeling your house, fixing a broken box or building your own cabinets. You can make your own custom kitchen cabinets at a fraction of the cost of buying them, with the addition of a personal, creative accent piece to the bedroom.
Measure the width and depth of the box. When measurements, consider box slide slides. There are a wide range of box slide slides available, so you may want to buy and install the glasses in your cool dressers before you build the boxes. Cut the sides, front and back of the drawers from wood. Use the measurements from step one to measure and cut your two sides, front and back of the box. First, cut the tool to the desired height on your box. Then cut out the length to ensure that all four sides will be uniform in height. Fold the joints to make a sturdy fit for drawer corners. Next, take your router and set its depth to about three-quarters of the width of your wood. Then, the router runs along the left side and right side of both the face and back of your back.
Assemble the pieces. For the bottom of the cool dressers, you have a choice of either routing out a line thickness at the bottom so it slides in during installation, or you can install it directly to the bottom. Then nail or screw your drawers together. Place the trunk on all joints and use clips to keep them in place so that they are solid. Install the bottom in slits routing around the box. After cutting the height of the box, measure from the bottom about half to three fourth inches and draw a line along the entire board. Thereafter, a slit half the depth of the wood and the thickness of the bottom out; Do this before cutting the pages to the desired length. If you install directly to the bottom, turn the box over so you look at the bottom of it.
Use the router; adjust it so that you will route out half the thickness of the wood around the inside of the box. Finally, glue and nail the bottom of the tray. Drill four holes through the front of the box evenly distributed at the top and bottom. Use a drill / screwdriver and 3/16 inch bit. Insert 1¼-inch screws into the holes. Center hardwood box front on box. Insert the screws to secure the drawer front to the box. Sand the box smooth, round and blunt all corners and edges. Place your choice of box pull hardware on the front of the box. Trace around the focal points. Drill through the box using 3/16-inch bit. Unscrew the hardware with the supplied screws with the drawer pull.
Tips and warnings
Adjust the length and width of plywood, Masonite and wood according to the dimensions of the box cabinet or chest opening. The drawer front is an example of a full-overlay drawer front. Cut it less for a recessed drawer front. Box guides are optional. For this type of box, bottom-mount guides work best. Wear breathing and eye protection when working with wood.