Build a Guitar Storage Cabinet

Jan 29th

Guitar storage cabinet – Start by measuring and remove all the pieces of his cabinet on plywood to ensure minimal waste. On the top and bottom, two 2 pieces 1/2-foot square are needed. Draw two to six 1/2-foot by 11-inch pieces 3 feet using plywood. There are two sides of the cabinet and four are for interior compartment dividers. Draw a 1/2-foot 2 per piece 4 feet from the back of the cabinet. Draw a 1/2-foot 2 by 3 meters 11 1/2-inch door to the closet, if desired. Cut all the pieces of the sand and the rough edges of them. Apply stain the wood or paint and let dry.

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Gather the top, bottom and two sides. Stand on the top and bottom edge parallel square pieces together four feet away. Place the two side pieces of an advantage than 3 feet 11 inches between them forming a rectangle. Equally spaced four bolts along each end of the upper and lower parts and the unit through both pieces on the sides.

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Place the finished part of the guitar storage cabinet to install the four separators. Dividers stand up to edge 1/2-foot 2 and also the space between the parts inside the box so you have five compartments. Drive four screws at the top and six in the back of the box in each division. Place the cabinet in the back of the lower leg, also part.

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Place the door on the front of the guitar storage cabinet with hinges, if you made one. Line up, even with the top of the cabinet so that the space 1/2-inch is at the bottom of the door. The space allows the door freely if the cabinet is placed on a carpet.