Building a spice rack to help organize our kitchen cabinet. I used quilted ball jelly jars to hold the spices and built it to disappear into the side of a cabinet to keep daylight from reaching the spices.
Yip .. nice design and Id love to make one. I wish someone would show how to vid's for ppl that dont have equipment and skills like many have. Lets say with existing lumber, even 1x2" and screws .. you can build a lot of things with those cheap little pcs of wood. Yip, sure would be nice .. Simple and Fast wood designs...
cheers mate. not hating. just got a chuckle out of seeing all those tools. expected to see someone building a cabinet with a handsaw and a chisel from the channel name=). Guess i'll subscribe to see what else you come up with. keep up the quality craftsmanship!
Been unemployed for over 12 years now by choice. Best years of my life and retired the first of this year. I built my cnc router and plasma table in all the extra time I have. Making YouTube videos is starting to seem like a job. Thanks for watching.
love the dual use with the corkboard. brilliant use of space. (I'm doing something similar for spices and my cutting boards to fill a space between a couple cupboards down low.) Thank you for the great tutorial.
It has been great. I have seen comments by 2 people that bought this same saw and had to ship it back to Grizzly to have improperly machined castings replaced. I guess I got lucky because mine was perfect. Thanks for watching.
Projects like this are a good place to start. It is very simple construction with no fancy joints. The jar pockets would be easy to make with a handheld router and template. Woodworking is a great relaxing hobby. Good luck and be prepared to learn from mistakes made. Thanks for watching.
I think YouTube targets users based on their online purchases and I know I see very little for my work. They may be doubling up to push their profits up. YouTube red is a good way to dump the ads. Thanks for watching
Wow, your video is exactly what I want built in my apartment. There is this empty space btwn an upper cabinet and the wall where a slide out for my spices would fit perfectly. Do you build to sell or would you be able to help me build it via emails if I share my plans? You have such a great way of explaining the instructions making it look attainable to do.
Sorry, I just share the ideas. From the sounds of it others have been able to adapt similar racks to their cabinets. You should be able to find a local woodworker that could easily adapt something similar to your cabinet setup. Thanks for watching.
Unbelievably good work. I must say, if by becoming unemployed it means I can have a CNC, 3D printer, thicknesser, planer, etc, etc, etc - then I am going to resign my job right now!
Good on you mate! Keep up the great work.
Great craftsmanship. Great attention to detail. Awesome idea. Lots of patience.
I noticed on some other videos that craftsmen like yourself basically make a new table saw insert out of ply for each of their saw and daddo blades to ensure less dust and less chance of little bits of cut off falling in beside the blades and blocking the hose etc.
Probably too much hassle if continually changing blades, but just wondered if you had tried doing it that way?
Yes, l have a video showing how I made .06 thick lexan zero clearance inserts to drop over the existing insert. Helps a little, but the blade shroud still plugs with sawdust. The hose on it is small with bends and does not get good airflow. It just can't keep up with the standard kerf blade. I am going to 3d print a new shroud with a larger hose in the future. Thanks for watching.
That's brilliant, too bad I don't have a corner cabinet, but I've been breaking my head over a good solution for an easy access and storage solution for our spices. So far they're in a big drawer but that could really use improvement. Greetings from The Netherlands.
I'm actually trying to design a smaller than usual (3-4"wide) baseboard pullout storage as there is a gap I would like to utalize; so this video is very helpful and inspiring. NOW if someone could only give me ideas on how to make use of all that wasted space behind the corner Lazy Susan! Hah!
I would have to finish the honey do list first, and it is a long one. You may want to come up with ideas for the changes you would like to implement and talk to a local woodworker . Thanks for watching.
If you can find a place to squeeze it into, it is well worth building. I think the ball jars are the perfect size for spices. Home baked treats are a great way to move it to the front of the honey do list. Thanks for watching.
Excuse my language but I have to say this because you are so good but you did a damn good job on that cabinet I love everything you done if I had a man that knew how to do carpenter work I would have some everything done thank you for sharing you done a really really good job thanks for sharing just saying
I love it! This is my dream cabinet brought to life. You are a true craftsman. I know nothing about wood working. Is that what they still call it?! Lol. Yet, I enjoyed watching this vid and I learned something. Thanks. I appreciate that You put thoughtfulness in your pre-planning, its so easy to use and you used every bit of space. Fantastic. Tfs. I am subscribed.
I actually have a corner cabinet that I rarely use because its over the refrigerator. This might not work for that, but I am thinking that your slide idea would make it much more usable. finding a place for the spice rack might present another challenge, but I am excited to take that on.
i made something similar . i used also slides but on the backside (Wallside ) of the drawer. one on the top, one on the bottom . more or less like two french cleats. worked out really nice, cause the load distribution was fine.
thanks for sharing :) if i d seen that before , my constuction would be much easier .
all the best for you