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Double Cabinet - no router, no dado stack [member edit]



For all Plus Members


The first 500 people to click my link will get a one month free trial of Skillshare: https://skl.sh/petermillard12231


NB: I'm leaving the skillshare integration and link in this one because if there's a course you're interested in on skillshare, then a month's free trial is pretty good deal. 👍


In last weeks video I made a pair of plywood workshop cabinets, and in this one I’m making the double that sits between them; like before, I’ll be making it without a tape measure, a ruler or a square, and without nails, screws or any other kind of fixing, and no table saw, no dado stack, no router, just a tracksaw.


Though not just any tracksaw, my first tracksaw actually, the Festool TS55 I bought in 2008, the one that I used to build my fitted furniture business from scratch. Who’s interested in  a ‘Why buy quality tools’ video in the New Year?


Enjoy!


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Other videos and playlists of interest:-



Plywood  reference square - https://youtu.be/aNjO4SBe5kw


Easy accurate repeat cuts - https://youtu.be/vHX5j2820nk


Which glue when?  - https://youtu.be/yEQYirGvWCs


Tracksaw workshop Playlist - http://bit.ly/TracksawWorkshop


Base cabinet basics - https://bit.ly/BaseCabBasics


Cabinetry basics playlist - http://bit.ly/CabinetryBasics


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Jonathan Skrine
Jonathan Skrine
Dec 23, 2023

Hi Peter.

Sorry to be a pain but I'm one of those people who never signs a contract of any sort before I know the cost.

Do you know how much skillshare costs per month. They do not give this information unless I sign up for an account. With automatic billing after the free month It's very worrying.

We are on a fixed income that will drop next month so things financial have to have all ts crossed and is dotted.

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petermillard
petermillard
Dec 23, 2023
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Hi Jonathan. Yes, I agree it's a sleazy tactic that I dislike intensely, this whole 'hiding the real cost' thing. According to my Skillshare 'account and memberships' tab, after my free trial ends it's billed as £79 annually - there's no monthly option. To be clear, I wasn't suggesting that anyone signs up long term for this unless they *really* want to) just that if there was a course anyone fancied, you could sign up and complete the course during the free month, then cancel. Normally there's just a 7-day free trial, which isn't really enough to take a full course in, but I figured a month was decent enough.


HTH Peter

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There is often a little gem in every video you make and for me today's was the use of the double sided backing tape!! Thanks Peter for another valuable and interesting year. The value and consistency you provide for membership is nothing less than outstanding. Best wishes for the season and thanks again. Cheers Rob

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petermillard
petermillard
Dec 22, 2023
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Thanks Rob! It was a real forehead-slapping moment when I realised how useful those strips could be! 🤦‍♂️🤷‍♂️👍

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