How To Build A Plywood Table Saw Storage Cabinet Using Amana Tool® CNC Router Bits and Saw Blades

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For Your Safety

  1. The methods illustrated here are only intended for use with a CNC machine and Saw machines.
  2. Make certain that the workpiece is secured and that all components of the fixture are securely fastened to the table.
  3. Use a guard, eye and hearing protection at all times.


Watch as we create this Table Saw Storage Cabinet from 3/4" thick, pre-finished birch plywood using Amana Tool®’s industrial Carbide Tipped Saw Blades, Solid Carbide Router Bits and Insert Solid Carbide CNC Router Bits.

Andy Glass from Workshop Addict takes the following steps to create this beautiful custom cabinet:

Step 1
Trimming Material to Size with Saw Blades
Amana Tool’s Glue Line Ripping Carbide Tipped Saw Blade no. 610301 rips the pre-finished plywood in the Rockler®’s SawStop PCS 3HP Table Saw.

Step 2
Amana Tool’s AGE™ Series Cut-Off and Crosscut Carbide Tipped Saw Blade no. MD160-480 trims so that it fits into the table saw, using a Festool® TS55 Track Saw.

Step 3
Amana Tool’s Cut-Off and Crosscut Carbide Tipped Saw Blade with ElectroBlu™ Coating no. 610601C crosscuts the base and draws of the cabinet in the table saw. The ElectroBlu™ coating is a Non-Stick, a micron-thin translucent coating on the entire blade to help optimize performance, prevent corrosion and resin build-up. The sharp carbide tips are a Amana-exclusive carbide and can be easily resharpened many times.

Step 4
Amana Tool’s Carbide Tipped Dado Set with ElectroBlu™ Coating no. 658060C cuts the dadoes and rabbets in the table saw.

Step 5
Amana Tool’s AGE™ Series Miter Saw Carbide Tipped Saw Blade no. MD260-800 cuts the draw parts to size using Festool Kapex KS120.

Step 6
CNC Machine Cutting
Amana Tool’s 1/2" diameter Solid Carbide Compression Spiral Router Bit no. 46190 cuts the pockets for the hand hold grips.

Step 7
Using Rockler’s CNC Shark HD 3, Amana Tool’s 1/2" diameter Solid Carbide Compression Spiral Router Bit no. 46370 CNC cuts the finger holes to make it easier to remove the blades from the trays.

Step 8
Amana Tool’s 1/2" diameter Solid Carbide Spiral Flute Plunge Router Bit no. 46206 CNC cuts the large recessed pocket for the blades to fit in.

Step 9
Amana Tool’s 1/4" diameter Solid Carbide Spiral Flute Plunge Router Bit no. 46415 CNC cuts the blade teeth pockets to protect the saw blade teeth.

Step 10
Amana Tool’s In-Groove™ 1/4" inch shank tool body no. RC-1075 uses the 30° Solid Carbide Insert Knife V-Tip no. RCK-362 to engrave the tray tabs.

Step 11
Amana Tool’s 1/4" diameter Solid Carbide Compression Spiral Router Bit no. 46170 CNC cuts the trays profile.

Step 12
Final assembly.

Saw Blades Used in Video
Amana Tool’s Glue Line Ripping Carbide Tipped Saw Blade no. 610301

Amana Tool’s AGE™ Series Cut-Off and Crosscut Carbide Tipped Saw Blade no. MD160-480

Amana Tool’s Cut-Off and Crosscut Carbide Tipped Saw Blade with ElectroBlu™ Coating no. 610601C

Amana Tool’s Carbide Tipped Dado Set with ElectroBlu™ Coating no. 658060C

Amana Tool’s AGE™ Series Miter Saw Carbide Tipped Saw Blade no. MD260-800

CNC Feed, Speed & Step Down Technical Information:

1/4” Diameter Solid Carbide Compression Spiral Flute for Nesting Router Bit No. 46370
Feed Rate (IPM): 210"
Speed (RPM): 18,000
Chip Load (Per Tooth): 0.004"
Step Down (Per Pass): 0.250"

1/2” Diameter Solid Carbide Spiral Flute Plunge Router Bit No. 46206
Feed Rate (IPM): 180"
Speed (RPM): 18,000
Chip Load (Per Tooth): 0.005"
Step Down (Per Pass): 0.500"

1/2” Diameter Solid Carbide Spiral Flute Plunge Router Bit No. 46415
Feed Rate (IPM): 140"
Speed (RPM): 18,000
Chip Load (Per Tooth): 0.004"
Step Down (Per Pass): 0.250"

30° Solid Carbide Insert Knife V-Tip no. RCK-362 mounted to In-Groove™ tool body no. RC-1075
Feed Rate (IPM): 60"
Speed (RPM): 24,000
Chip Load (Per Tooth): 0.004"
Step Down (Per Pass): 0.020”

1/4” Diameter Solid Carbide Compression Spiral Flute for Nesting Router Bit No. 46170
Feed Rate (IPM): 140"
Speed (RPM): 18,000
Chip Load (Per Tooth): 0.004"
Step Down (Per Pass): 0.250"

How To Build A Plywood Table Saw Storage Cabinet Using Amana Tool CNC Router Bits and Saw Blades, by ToolsToday, Your Source for Industrial Cutting Tools

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