How To Construct Drawer Packing containers – Woodworking Ideas

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On this woodworking video, I present the best way to make drawer packing containers. Or maybe extra precisely, how I make drawer packing containers. There are tons of how you can also make drawer packing containers. I am not saying my means is finest. It’s only a fast and simple means that works for me. This could possibly be a boring matter, so I attempted to make it gratifying to look at. On that word…Hope you get pleasure from!

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Loren Tracy says:

Do you have any particular drawer slides you use?

Artem Lebedev says:

Hi fellows. I think you need to take some time and take a fast tour on woodprix website to learn how to make it.

Shasta Kennon says:

I checked a lot of handbooks with woodworking plans. Instructions from woodprix are the best I think.

Shannan Schisler says:

I bought excellent handbook from woodprix website. Just google woodprix and start your journey to the better life

Jake N says:

We played a drinking game called drawer boxes.

Sagich Nich says:

Drawer Boxes!…haha you got me there already!

Dorian DeCorbenic says:

Ok, so I know this is an old video, but I need to tell you how useful this video is. I'm going to fix up a dresser that I've had since I can remember, probably at least when I was 3 or 4. The carcass is reasonably neat, and in decent condition, but the drawers are suffering, and weren't amazingly built to begin with. I was struggling with finding a good guide to build easy, strong drawers when I remembered this one. You may think this kind of video is silly when you're making them, but they are super useful.

Bored User says:

Is this about Drawer Boxes?..

Justin Cucciare says:

i dig your vibe man.

Fasano Stroud says:

If you want to make it yourself just look for woodprix website. There is all you need to make it 🙂

Imran Kabir says:

Recently subscribed to your channel. Liked this video a lot as this is also my preferred method (lazy hobbyist). The only times I deviated from this are when I made the laundry room cabinetry and I used 1" braces to support a half inch thick plywood bottom/base (enough to support laundry detergent weight), or when I used primed particle boards for building closets. For the primed particle boards, I like to use 45-degree joints as I'm lazy and don't want to have to deal with the exposed particle board edges with veneer strips.

Michael Vigo says:

Dude. Thank you. This was super beneficial to me.

F Vids says:

Those are called grooves when they run with the grain dados run across the grain

Josh Bass Hard Wood says:

What is the material on the drawer bottom? Looks like ply when you are cutting it, but the side close up looks like hardboard/MDF.

Ivan Carrejo says: miyagi in the house!!.. good job..

Marty Rose says:

I really appreciate this as I'm in the process of restoring a 30+ year old rv. I can tell you for certain that there is a place in this world for drawers without dovetails as I currently have a perfect example sitting in my driveway! 🙂 Thanks! I enjoyed this and it was very helpful.

Chris Hachet says:

As a hardwood and dovetails guy myself I can honestly say that this is strong enough for most drawers.

Geoff Dawson says:

Chris, I really appreciate the sentiments of this video (or more correctly the narrative..). It is easy (for me) to feel somewhat inadequate in terms of one's work when one doesn't do dovetail joint for drawer boxes, but I know that I am more pragmatist than artisan..

I really respect your eye for design, and that design is in my eyes much more valuable than the execution of a specific joint style.

I get that the elaborate joints were developed to overcome a limitation of technologies that are no longer as relevant to us as they were to past generations of woodworkers.. glues have evolved significantly, as have fasteners. I say embrace them and use them to build great design.. but clearly you already heard that from someone else (or your inner voice..). I love your work, watching from over here in New Zealand..

hondatek614 says:

I like most of your general designs from an aesthetic standpoint…but your dialogue is just all fluff, hard to listen to without feeling a visceral response on slow boil. are you just advertising your work and endlessly plugging social media?

 "pick your battles"….pick my nose and find videos that discuss more of the technical points of wood working rather than watch your play with all your fancy tools and pontificate about fluffy concepts. charmin soft. baby thighs.

wfuckyou bfuckyou says:

Hi Chris,I hope you don't mind me asking, have you ever considered doing a brief shop tour showing your equipment / tools. I have been trying to work out which make/ model saw and joiner you have. I also would really like to get a look at that table saw mitre sled you have with such accurate adjustment.Keep up the fantastic work, I can only imagine the time and effort it must take to distil the narration down to such a point where is comes across so simplified and stripped back. The odd addition of some quality dry wit is not lost either. It frequently makes me laugh.Thanks for all your effort, it really shows.Wayne

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