Custom Style Wooden Filing Cabinets

Dec 15th

Wooden Filing Cabinets – Wooden filing cabinets are both functional and beautiful style of furniture in the office. They should not only serve to maintain the organization of the office but also enhance the aesthetics of space. Creating a wood file to match the general style of the other office furniture is a good choice. Do not let the economic classifiers purchased from the store take away the professional look of your office when a quality wood cabinet can be achieved with just a few materials and a basic understanding of the building process. Sand all wood parts with 120 grit sandpaper.

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Apply a wood finish of your choice. Allow the finish of the wood to dry before touching any of the parts wooden filing cabinets. Consult the instructions supplied with the wood finish for drying times. Assemble the housing register. Place a 3/4 by 15 panels of 15-inch plywood on a work surface. This is the bottom of the classifier. Set a 3/4 by 24 ply panel of 15-inch plywood on one side so that it is perpendicular to the bottom. Apply a layer of wood glue along the edge. Place another 3/4 by 24 panels of 15-inch hardwood plywood on the opposite side in the same way. Apply a layer of wood glue along the edge. These are the sides of the classifier box.

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Place third 3/4 by 24 panels of 15-inch hardwood ply between the other two panels on the back side of the bottom panel and apply one drop of glue to the edge. This is the back side of the classifier box. Lay these sides and back to form a box. Place the second 3/4 by 15 by the 15-inch board on the top of the hips and back. Attach the box to the box with a hammer and nails finishing all sixth. Nail space every 2 or 3 inches. Hammer nails in other joints along the wooden filing cabinets mount box to make joints more durable. Use round head finishing nails.