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An Introduction to Cabinet Making ~ by WoodlandsTV

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Experienced furniture designer and maker Andrew Marsh talks us through the making of a beautiful bespoke wooden cabinet. Andrew adopts traditional furniture making techniques within his work, explaining these terms to us. His love of wood and his passion for his craft is evident, as is his understanding of the various timbers he uses - for different purposes - both aesthetic and practical. http://andrewmaker.com/ An Adliberate film http://www.adliberate.co.uk for WoodlandsTV http://www.woodlands.co.uk/tv

Posted in: Craft, Skills, Wood for Building ~ On: 29 December, 2015

82 comments so far

Carl Green
January 16, 2018

Andrew, you are a master.

Ronald Klotz
February 4, 2018


cameron smith
February 18, 2018

yep well, how do you make an introduction to cabinetmaking ? he showed the design , movement of timber and glue ect , hes a good lad , that comes from an old cabinetmaker like me , he should get him self in the spray booth though )

cameron smith
February 18, 2018

i like the cabinet makes tool box , very nice , thats old school )

cameron smith
February 25, 2018

just do it . you will never be rich , if its not hard your not trying hard enough )

G.T. R.
March 17, 2018

Considering all the time he spends building one piece, his work must be too expensive for most people to pay for it.

scott mclean
April 13, 2018

Top quality work,
Can I ask you how you go about finding people who will pay for this quality. Really hard these days to find good clients .

William Martin
April 25, 2018

He is as good as it gets in every way.

William Martin
April 25, 2018

So pleased he explained why he uses animal glue, instead of some romantic nonsense about the old ways are best. One thing: according to my manuals, sap wood has identical properties to heartwood, except no sapwood is rot resisistant.

William Martin
April 25, 2018

That is the old term for woodworking in the shop.

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