Cabinet Making

This woodworking class is focused on extending the skills and knowledge established in Beginning Woodworking.  The objective is on the skills and fabrication techniques required for basic cabinet making.

Focusing Case construction students learn topics such as:

  • Learn cabinet makingIntroduction to Case Work & Cabinets
  • Face frame Construction & Joinery
  • Shelf Construction & Joinery
  • Drawer Construction & Joinery
  • Kicker and Runners
  • Stops
  • Door Construction & Joinery
  • Inset/Overlay Doors
  • Hinge – Selecting and Setting
  • Hardware – Design impact
  • Locks – Selecting and Installing


Student are expected to know all of the basics covered in Beginning Woodworking class  and to have some experience wit woodworking p042rojects (Box and Table Making).    This is an intermediate level class and is pivotal is developing skill sets.

Students who wish to apply to this class who have not taken any classes with Franklin Street should call and talk with us prior to doing so (813 503 7061).  Student will build a pre designed cabinet as a sample exercise as the class progresses.  The student cabinet will focus either on door or drawer practice.  This class is focused on sequencing, construction techniques and joinery rather than on design and finishing.

This is a required class for the Masters Program.

Register for Cabinet Making

Dates:   February 19th – 23rd, 2017, June 26th – 30th

Cost:    $750

Materials Fee: $60

Deposit: $400

Tool Requirements: 6″ Square (preferably Starrett), writing materials, safety glasses & hearing protection (these are an example, all ear phones must be 21db or higher).





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