Making A Veneered Executive Desk Part 6-1, Drawer Parts: Andrew Pittsfurnituremaker

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Making And Adding A Drawer To A Table

Making And Adding A Drawer To A Table

Hi all, the dinning table was always cluttered so a simple solution , add a drawer! very simple construction from scraps of pine i had...

Making A Veneered Executive Desk, Part 1, Thick Veneers: Andrew Pitts ~ Furnituremaker

Making A Veneered Executive Desk, Part 1, Thick Veneers: Andrew Pitts ~ Furnituremaker

Making an Executive Desk. This episode includes lumber selection, cutting thick veneers, and vacuum bag pressing thick veneers...

Under Desk Tool Drawer [modeller's Delight]

Under Desk Tool Drawer [modeller's Delight]

How to make your own Under Desk Tool from scavenged kitchen-unit runners, some wood - and no need for serious tools/workshop. Instructables at: Make it and more at...

039 Loft Desk - Part 2: Double Drawer Base

039 Loft Desk - Part 2: Double Drawer Base

This cabinet will sit in-between 2 of the drawer base units made in Part 1, forming seating areas for 2 people. I've made modifications to this double drawer base cabinet to accommodate a unique cable management system I designed just for this desk build. Even without this feature, the techniques ca...

Sheraton Writing Desk - Making The Drawers

Sheraton Writing Desk - Making The Drawers

Making the three drawers for the Sheraton Writing Desk. I cut half blind dovetails using a Leigh dovetail jig, and make a solid wood tapered bottom...

Building A Walnut Desk With Half Blind Dovetail Drawers

Building A Walnut Desk With Half Blind Dovetail Drawers

Subscribe for weekly projects! Learn how I made half-blind dovetails to use for the drawers of the desk I made in walnut with a mahogany to find Linn @ Darbin Orvar - First video making the desk...

Making A Veneered Executive Desk Part 6-1, Drawer Parts: Andrew Pitts~furnituremaker

Making A Veneered Executive Desk Part 6-1, Drawer Parts: Andrew Pitts~furnituremaker

Continuing the construction of the executive desk, Andy cuts drawer parts and begins the dovetail cutting.These woodworking videos show how Andrew Pitts makes his fine custom furniture in his woodworking workshop in Virginia. He also often demonstrates new uses for his ShopBot Desktop CNC routing ma...

Installing & Finishing Built-in Bookcases And Drawers For An Office

Installing & Finishing Built-in Bookcases And Drawers For An Office

Installing built in bookcases and drawers for an to find Linn @ Darbin Orvar Check out this blog post about the build @ JenWoodHouse:Design & PlanningBuilding Shelves and Lower FrameMaking a Wood CounterBuilding Drawers w/ Box JointsThanks to RocklerGlue Application Master SetGeneral Finishes EF...

Making Display Cabinets Part 3: Andrew Pitts~furnituremaker

Making Display Cabinets Part 3: Andrew Pitts~furnituremaker

In this third video of a series on making two similar display cabinets using red oak wood from my client's own tree, Andy makes the frame and panel sides and doors of the cabinets, complete with muntins to hold double strength glass. Techniques include using the router table and shaper to cut tongue...

Executive Desk Top  (part 2)  By Sam Angelo

Executive Desk Top (part 2) By Sam Angelo

Sam makes a segmented spinning top with a base that matches. He call it an "Executive Top". This will be a two part series. Part 1 covers gluing up the wood and turning the this second video-Sam will complete the project...

Making The Gallery Drawers

Making The Gallery Drawers

The gallery drawers for the secretary desk presented a few challenges due to the angle from the drawer front to the drawer side. This made the dovetail joinery in the front of the drawer more challenging. Not only is it more challenging because it's not a 90 degree joint but since the front is profi...