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David J Paddison Cabinet Maker, Maker of fine contemporary & traditional bespoke furniture in Pulham Market, Norfolk, near Diss and Eye in Suffolk



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15:6:2011

             Here the boards have been planed, jointed and and glued up. You can see finger marks in the glue where I checked the boards were flush as I cramped them up.


This is some of the Cherry for the job.

14:6:2011

                This project illustrated by another poor photograph of a drawing of half a cabinet on M.D.F. and an earlier version drawn on paper. It is a television and D.V.D. player cabinet made in English Cherry.

I’ve cut the bottom to size and routered in the housing joints for the sides and the back.

22:6:2011

            Gluing on extra pieces of wood to widen the ends of the top rails.

Next I marked and cut out the dovetails in the top rails and the sides. I then used the router to remove the majority of the waste from the sockets finishing them off with a chisel.

29:6:2011

          I then assembled the cabinet  in two stages (I forgot to take any pictures).

          When the glue had set and I could check the sizes I got out the material for the doors and jointed it up as in the  picture  on  the left. I then

machined in a ¼ inch wide groove to receive the panels. I cut the previously glued up panels to size and raised and fielded them on the spindle moulder (sorry no pictures again).

26:7:2011

         Here is the finished cabinet being fitted to a very interesting wall. I’m partly having to scribe it to the wall and beams. As the beams  are so twisted I can’t get the top set back to the wall without cutting housings into them.

The finished and fitted cabinet with the doors closed.

With the doors open and folded back.