Linden - The Illustrated Guide to Cabinet Doors and Drawers: Design, Detail, and Construction
by David GettsYour complete how-to reference! Virtually every door and drawer variation that a cabinetmaker is likely to encounter is addressed and explained in this comprehensive guide. Designed...
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by David Getts
Your complete how-to reference! Virtually every door and drawer variation that a cabinetmaker is likely to encounter is addressed and explained in this comprehensive guide. Designed to provide tips for both the professional woodworker and the hobbyist. Covers construction of all types of cabinet doors and drawers, extensive, full color gallery of door and drawer styles, extensive coverage of door and drawer hardware and installation, pocket doors, coopered doors, edge banding, veneer work, metal drawers, and much more.
Paperback, 185 pages
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