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Dresser Essentials DVD

$21.99

D1040R

Description

DVD: Dresser Essentials

Simple case construction, dadoes and rabbets, is used to create the carcase of this beautiful classic dresser. Made from alder, this is a piece that will last for generations. You’ll learn how to dimension graduated drawers, create lock joints for the drawer boxes on the table saw, and install full extension drawer slides.

You’ll also learn to build a face frame with pocket hole joinery, and how to successfully band the edges of man-made material to create the dresser top. 83 minutes.

Chapter Topics:

  • Dimensions
  • Case Joinery
  • Cut the Curve in Case
  • Assemble the Case
  • Make the Face Frame
  • Glue Face Frame to Cabinet
  • Sizing the Drawers
  • Dimension the Drawer Boxes
  • Make the Drawer Lock Joint
  • Locate Drawer Boxes in Case
  • Install the Slides
  • Make the Cedar Back
  • Make the Top
  • Attach the Drawer Fronts
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