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21.07.2014 admin
In the last four posts I explained three methods for building cabinets and basic techniques for cabinet building.
If your cabinet sides are not visible and you used the wood screw or pocket hole method to build your cabinet, you can use pocket hole screws to attach your face frame.
If your cabinet sides will be visible and you took the extra time and effort to hide your fasteners, you most likely don’t want a bunch of pocket holes drilled in the side of your cabinet. Using a biscuit joiner will hold the face frame on securely without any visible fasteners at all.
When I’m building kitchen or bath single cabinets, I put a face frame on each one separately and then attach the cabinets together.

A self-piloting flush trim bit with a bottom bearing makes the joint between face frame and box almost disappear.
It is really hard to find clear and concise instructions on cabinet building that doesn’t require fancy methods. I was wondering though why you seem to favor face frame rather than frameless construction for the cabinet carcases. Just curious to know how you would handle face frames for cabinets butted up against each other in a built in. Face frame cabinets are just plywood boxes with hardwood face frames, and you can buy doors (the hard part) online.

You can buy an entry-level pocket screw jig for less than $50, but if you plan to build several face frame projects, spend about three times that to get a top-of-the-line jig.

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