Build a Frame and Panel Cabinet

Build a Frame and Panel Cabinet

SKU# 061080

Plus BONUS SketchUp Plan

Timothy Rousseau


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  • Product # 061080
  • Type DVD
  • ISBN 978-1-60085-379-1
  • Length 80 minutes
  • Published Date 2011

Stretch your skills and build a beautiful piece. In just 80 minutes, you can treat yourself to an overview of the fundamentals of case construction in Build a Frame-and-Panel Cabinet. Furniture maker and woodworking instructor Tim Rousseau walks you through every step of the process, from rough board to final cabinet in this DVD, which includes a Bonus SketchUp Plan.

The perfect project for improving your work. As Tim demonstrates, this one-door, one-drawer piece is the best vehicle for teaching all the fundamentals. It involves mastery of a variety of unique joinery techniques. The external frame is secured with basic mortise-and-tenon joints but, as you’ll see, there’s more to the internal frame than meets the eye – and that includes using connectors called blades.

Tackle the details that make all the difference. You’ll learn how to make a frame-and-panel door that fits precisely into its opening, an efficient way to install knife hinges, and techniques for shaping tapered legs. Discover expert tips for installing a drawer that slides like a piston, so every drawer you build going forward will work just as smoothly.

The one workshop class that’s a must-see. These how-to episodes offer intermediate woodworkers an invaluable opportunity to master the essentials of constructing quality casework. From initial design and plans to finishing and hardware, it’s all here.

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About the Author
Timothy Rousseau got his start as a furniture maker at the Center for Furniture Craftsmanship. After completing the 12-week program in 1998, he stayed on as workshop assistant and artist in residence. Next he polished his furniture skills in Hoboken, N.J., where he worked in a highly-regarded cooperative and learned from some of the best professionals around. Tim returned to Maine in 2002 as the school's resident instructor. Now he makes furniture full time and leads two of the schools 12-week programs each year, teaching case construction among other things.


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