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The idea behind these wall cabinets is to allow you to customize the size and arrangement of any number of standardized units. Plus, you can choose between glass or wood paneled doors.
There's nothing tricky about working with knock-down hardware. The secret to making this process quick and accurate is careful layout and a couple shop-built jigs.
What I wanted was a traditional-looking project to store my favorite compact disc. But I didn't want to use plastic CD holders, so I designed this case with a unique holding system.
This weekend project is a simple storage box for 3x5 (and 4x6) photos. To open and close the box, the lid makes use of sliding dovetails. And it also doubles as a photo frame.
This storage cabinet features a Plexiglas panel, which allows you to see the bits. But what really attracts your attention are the dovetail keys at the corners of the cabinet.
Dovetail keys are a great way to strengthen a miter joint. Plus, they're easy to make. All you need is a shop-made jig and a router.