How to assemble a kitchen cabinet
If you decide to buy and assemble a kitchen cabinet with your own hands, then this question may interest you more than ever. Why, - you ask, because I’m already brought a assembled locker, which can only be hung? In practice, most often everything happens differently. In the store you see an already assembled version of the furniture, as a sample. Everything is collected and beautiful. As a result, after the purchase, small cardboard boxes are brought to you several times smaller than the assembled cabinet, and that’s it. Later it turns out that assembling a cabinet is a specialist’s work for a fee. Well, it’s all right, you think, what’s there to assemble, an ordinary designer. But, having unpacked the boxes, you don’t find instructions with horror , no installation scheme. Then the question may arise, what details and in what sequence to assemble, so that everything works out? After all, some of the glued parts can no longer be disassembled. This article describes the assembly of a standard kitchen cabinet and some of the nuances of this work. So, unpacking the box, you can immediately see the main parts of the chipboard, as well as a set of wooden rods (chopik ) nailsfastening screws and a tube of PVA glue.To do this, you will need quite a lot of space, so you need to choose a larger room. Lay out all the cabinet elements and sort them in piles, from larger to smaller items.If imagination permits, you can mentally imagine what the cabinet will look like and where what element fits. With the imagination, let's start with the side panel. It will not be difficult to find it, it has four holes for fixing door mechanisms. There are two such panels, one of them, as seen in the photo, is wooden thopiki.Closer to the center you can see four not through holes. They are used to fasten parts with these chopik.We place the part on a flat surface and glue it liberally with glue, like the hole itself,so and chopik.Next, using a hammer, carefully chop the chopika into the seats. It is better to use a mallet or, in extreme cases, an ordinary hammer, striking through a piece of rubber or rag.No need to overdo it, otherwise the stock could come out from the back of the panel, breaking off a piece of detail. It is better not to finish, and when the upper part is seated, the stock itself will “sit down” as needed. When all four chopies are in place, we find two small shelves with side holes in the kit and fill these holes with glue.Next, we join the holes with a chopik in the bottom panel and use light hammer blows to connect the parts. In this case, the extra glue can go outside, where it is immediately removed with a clean cloth.The two fitted shelves have the appearanceas in the photo.Now it's time for the next detail. This panel has four seats on the one hand and six on the other.As you already understood, where there are four of them will be the next connection. Six holes will have to be turned up. I would like to recall an important point. The ends of the shelves and panels on the front side are covered with PVC tape, and with the rear there. Therefore, pay attention to the fact that the side of the door installation (the front side) did not turn out the shelves of unopened PVC. With this moment everything is clear, now we also apply glue to the four holes of the panel.Combine the holes with a chopik and evenly pressing and tamping with a hammer, we achieve a complete match.
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