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By David Thiel
Pages: 41-48

From the August 2006 issue #156
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Over the past six chapters of this primer on Casework Construction we’ve focused on how case pieces are built: the joinery, materials and construction techniques that are unique to this type of woodworking. And we’ve also looked at the doors, drawers and hardware that make case construction both decorative and functional.

In this final chapter we get to wander away from the ordinary and take a look at some of the special applications for which casework is used. In particular we’ll discuss casework for computer and audio/visual (A/V) applications, and we’ll take a look at some special storage considerations for clothing and small kitchen appliances.

From the August 2006 issue #156
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