Great detail on what is required to make kitchen cabinets included. The cabinet boxes shown here are made of birch plywood with a medium density fiberboard (MDF) core to save money. Instead, you can use hardwood veneered plywood, solid MDF, smooth or melamine-covered chipboard and solid wood. Double check the thickness of the material before calculating the sizes of the cabinets and cutting the dies and ridges.
The manufacturing process of kitchen cabinets begins with the division list of the cabinets or the design. The designer finalizes the design and arrangement of the kitchen cabinets through CAD drawings. An electronic saw for cutting boards to their exact sizes. Most large manufacturers use the Holzma HP series connected to CUTRITE and other software.
This allows for full automation and digital cutting. Small manufacturers, on the other hand, continue to use hand saws in the cutting process to save costs. Grooves are created in the panels, including the side plate, the bottom plate, the traction strip, etc. The grooving process allows the bottom plate and the side plate to be cut.
This process is performed so that the back plate can be inserted into the side plate and the bottom plate during the assembly process. Sink cabinets don't have a back plate, so there's no need for bottom plates or side panels. The position of the bottom plate slot and the side panel is almost the same: they have a fixed width from the edges equivalent to the thickness of the back plate. To ensure fast and accurate grooving, the saw tooth of the slot saw is similar to the width of the support plate.
The use of advanced technology and state-of-the-art processing machines and equipment ensure the durability and longevity of kitchen cabinets. Manufacturers who use cutting-edge technology to control formaldehyde emissions from raw materials adhere to environmental problems. Therefore, it is best to choose manufacturers who use advanced processing equipment. PA Kitchen has internationally standard production lines equipped with HOMAG cutting machines from Germany, edge gluing machines and a CNC processing center to ensure precise product specifications and superior quality.
I cut 3 top supports the same length as my bottom panel (in my case, 22 ¾ ″ long) for each base cabinet. Remember the thin strip left over from Step 1 that tears the plywood off the base cabinets? That's what I used for this.