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Hand Tool Cabinet This oak plywood cabinet not only organizes your tools, the acrylic panel doors make an attractive way to display them.Acrylic is safer than glass as it won't shatter when it breaks.You can also use plywood in place of the acrylic.
For this project you'll want to use a carbide-tipped, stacked dado blade.It will double the usefulness of your saw, enabling you to quickly and accurately cut dadoes, grooves, tenons, and rabbet joints.
Whatever your needs, this safe, accessible, and relatively dust free storage cabinet is just the thing for your shop.Cut Sides Top and BottomBegin by cutting the sides (A) and top and bottom boards (B).
Apply matching wood edge veneer to the front edge of each panel.I used pre-glued iron-on wood veneer tape.Trim the tape with a sharp knife, an edge trimmer, or a router and flush trim bit with a bearing guide.
Drill Shelf Pin HolesDrill two columns of holes in each side panel, about 2" in from each long edge and spaced about 1 1/2" apart.The holes diameter should match your choice of shelf pins.Start the holes from the top edge of each side panel and on each inside face, so...