Woodworking Project Video: Building a Medicine Cabinet
For Your Safety
- The methods illustrated here are only intended for use with Table Routers and Saw machines.
- Make certain that the workpiece is secured and that all components of the fixture are securely fastened to the table.
- Use a guard, eye and hearing protection at all times.
William Walker from Wm. Walker Co. builds this mission-style medicine cabinet from cherry using Amana Tool® router bits and saw blades
William chooses the Amana brand for their renowned reputation for long lasting cutting tools. The general purpose saw blade item no. PR1040C features sharp carbide tips, massive steel plates with expansion slots and copper plugs that practically eliminate vibration. The "C" is for the Electro-Blu™ non-stick coating that optimizes performance.
The Prestige™ Super Fine Dado Set item no. 658060C cuts perfectly smooth edges, flat-bottom cuts and grooves both along and across the grain that are free of splinters or rough edges.
The Mission Style/InStile & Rail System™ Router Bit Set item no. 55438 is designed to cut precise grooves to provide undersized plywood veneered panels with a snug rattle-free fit. Use in table mounted router, not for use in hand held router. It's adjustable and cuts frame stock 5/8" through 1-1/4" thick.
The Timberline™ Forstner Bit by Amana item no. 600-200 is a 2-wing design made from high carbon steel for drilling pocket holes, flat bottom holes, etc. using any 3/8" or larger portable drill or stationary drill press.
Woodworking Project Video: Building a Medicine Cabinet with Will Walker Co.
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