- Product # 061077
- Type DVD with Google SketchUp digital plan
- ISBN 978-1-60085-376-0
- Length 66 minutes
- Published Date 2010
Enjoy time in the workshop with master craftsmen Garrett Hack. Our video workshop DVD series was developed to demonstrate important woodworking techniques while building a specific project – such as this traditional tool cabinet. In this nearly one-hour video geared for intermediate and advanced woodworkers, hand-tool expert Garrett Hack reveals many of his trade secrets.
Use our expert’s tips to work smarter. This seasoned pro found a better way to build wall cabinets – and so can you. See how he uses sliding dovetails and an unorthodox face frame for greater strength and better looks. All your projects will turn out better when you learn his techniques for creating shop-made moldings and bandings, precise mitered corners, and perfectly fitting doors and drawers, Build this cabinet and build your skills.
Includes digital SketchUp plan and covers the following topics:
- Sturdy Case with Sliding Dovetails
- Face Frames, Grooves, and Dadoes
- Low-Stress Glue Up
- A Sturdy Back
- Decorative Details: Molding and Banding
- A Traditional Door
- Hinging and Hanging the Door
- A Dovetailed Drawer
- Finishing Touches
Learn how to build a hanging cabinet perfect for your favorite hand tools or collectibles. Get inspired today to build the Hanging Tool Cabinet.
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- Excellent design and very practical Review by Ron
Garret Hack is not only a gifted woodworker but also a talented designer. I marveled at the methods he presented and if followed, move intermediate level woodworkers up a notch. The Sketch Up plan is also very helpful and a welcome bonus.
(Posted on 5/21/15)
- Great information but a little fast-paced. Review by Wood Talk Review Show
Garrett Hack is a no-nonsense professional who has a welcoming demeanor. While this cabinet is fairly small in stature, it is quite large in skill-building techniques. The pacing of the DVD is a bit fast and occasionally leaves you wishing they would slow down and spend more time on the more complex techniques and concepts. Despite that, the entire project was enjoyable and informative. With the help of the digital SketchUp plan, an intermediate woodworker should have no problem making this tool cabinet.
(Posted on 2/14/13)
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