Sellers Home Drinks Cabinet: Episode 8
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The drinks cabinet for Sellers Home kitchen and dining area is a significant cabinet-making course in traditional hand woodworking. Additionally, we cover methods for holding the shelves that are intended for machine methods, but we show how to do it equally and with a couple of clever adaptations. The drawer to the cabinet has an appliquéd drawer front to be attached after the drawer is fitted to the opening for a smooth operation.
Watching the close up of the sawing I see what looks like wisps of smoke.
Is that so or did I see wisps of fine dust.
I’ve used that saw and chisel approach many times and finished the depth with the Sellers home made hand router in 3/8″ and 1/4″ groves.
And thanks for putting that kit together for us.
Looking for another one when they are back in stock.
Just noticed the date is August 11. Here in Canada it’s August 10 9:31pm.
What struck me was that when I sent the comment I was 69.
By the time you received it( August 11th) I’d turned 70…LOL!!
@Johnhanson Happy birthday, Sir! It is also MY birthday! 67 and counting… May we enjoy our new trip around the sun,
And belated Happy 67th Birthday to you as well.
Best regards, john.
Did Paul make those shelf brackets or were they purchased? If purchased, I’m not finding anything like that. Where did you purchase them from?
Hafele is the maker: https://www.hafele.com/us/en/product/swedish-type-shelf-support-5-mm/P-00862033/
I just found Paul’s blog entry on this:
And also the blog where he made them:
In the UK: https://www.hafele.co.uk/en/product/shelf-support-plug-in-for-wooden-shelves-for-5-mm-holes-swedish-type/P-00862033/
There is also a bathroom cabinet series in which Paul shows how to make the brackets from wire coat hangers. I used that approach and it worked quite well.