Εύκολα DIY συρτάρια με βίδες τσέπης | Πως να φτιάξεις



Πώς να φτιάξετε συρτάρια για οποιοδήποτε ντουλάπι ή άλλο έργο ξυλουργικής όπου χρειάζεστε αποθήκευση. Αυτά τα συρτάρια DIY κατασκευάζονται εύκολα. Και θα σας δείξω δύο μεθόδους για το πώς να φτιάξετε έναν πάτο συρταριού, τη μία απλή και εύκολη και την άλλη με επιτραπέζιο πριόνι. Μπορείτε να φτιάξετε συρτάρια από κόντρα πλακέ ή συρτάρια από μασίφ ξύλο χρησιμοποιώντας αυτές τις συμβουλές.
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  1. Watched several vids on drawer making and found this the simplest for a beginner without a lot of fancy equipment, plus it was quick and concise, thanks for that.

    In making my drawers, I decided to cut off the kerf only on the back, rather than back and front as was shown. This way the drawer bottom can act as a self-jig in keeping three drawer sides square which was helpful in my case as I don't own corner clamps.

    Do use panhead screws on the bottom as Brad suggests. If you were to bore countersinks into a thin 1/4" bottom panel, if the drawer is heavily loaded in use the screws could pop thru the very small amount of remaining wood.

  2. A massive thank you for this tutorial! I am a total novice at woodworking and now have 2 lovely drawer boxes to transform my table into a proper desk. Over the moon!

  3. With time I realized that cupboard drawers like those had no business being in 3/4. I went 1/2 for that.

  4. What mm is the ply you use? I want to make drawers with 12mm ply with pocket hole joinery Cheers Sean kelly

  5. This might be a stupid question, but I’m new to this. Everybody always says to check to make sure it’s square, but nobody ever says how to fix it if it isn’t square. So my question is, how do you make it square if it isn’t?

  6. One very useful tip I ran across years ago, if you want an easily-replaceable bottom without taking time to cut a floating groove, is to just cut thin strips, enough to fit full-length all the way around the inside of the 4 sides, and glue/brad those in place as a permanent ledge. Once the glue dries, the bottom can be dropped in and brad-nailed in place (1 at each side is fine) to attach, and allow for easy removal.

  7. nice work man, thanks for sharing, so pocket holes are great for 5/8" sheet+, but what if you have a little dinky drawer that just needs super thin wood?? glue and staples or finish nails?

  8. So happy I came across this , currently need to build 16 draws and could not figure out what I’ve don’t wrong !!! Well duh didn’t take into consideration to include the draw sides !

  9. I went to Lowe’s and they have like 10 different kinds of plywood. What kind and size do I get and why?

  10. Good video im learning alot from you thank you very much.. I was trying to make a drawer from 1×4s but it didn't work out cuz they weren't straight. I got 3/4 in plywood , how and what do you think I can do with that

  11. Buildt some drawers using this method today and came out beautifully 👍👍👍 great video thanks for sharing

  12. Great video. I love your content. I noticed your miter saw extentions. I'd like a tutorial or a closer look. I'm a wanta be carpenter.

  13. Are you still using 3/4 for your drawers or have you swapped over to 1/2 or even 5/8? I kind of feel 3/4 sides seem really bulky, especially for a dresser or desk. I'd love to get your opinion. Thanks

  14. i wonder how many DIYers have a table saw lying around and do prof carpenters really need to know how to make a simple drawer ? Who is this video for ?

  15. At 8:15, what would you do if the drawer was NOT square? No one ever talks about what happens when for whatever reason, the drawer/cabinet/box is NOT square. All the woodworkers on YTube always seem to have a perfect square result no matter what. Well, out in the real world, that just isn't the case.

  16. Why did you cut the back and the front in the grooved drawer? Surely you only needed to do the front or back but not both. You would have the bottom slid into 2 sides and the front (or back) and it would be a lot stronger. The drawer face could lock the bottom in place and would automatically stop it from sliding out. No fixing would be necessary.

  17. Easy DIY drawers with thousands of dollars worth of equipment…

    Seriously this is a really bad video.. how much did that table saw even cost? My mitre saw is a beginner model with no stop block adjustment… There are so many better videos on youtube.

  18. Great video. I've viewed it probably 10 times to make sure my project drawers are good. Do you find the pocket screws without glue work best? I'm trying to make my process more efficient and gluing seems to be adding time. Thanks.

  19. Thank you SO MUCH for showing your "trick" for determining the correct width for the front & back panels of the draws!!!! My funds are really limited & only with that I had remembered watching this video & your trick before I made one of my drawers for my drill press stand/cart!! Oh, well ill just put in with wooden slides/supports instead of drawer slides. But, again THANK YOU for sharing your experience and knowledge with us!!

  20. I just found your whole channel and I'm happy I did. IKEA is about the extent of my background in assembling drawers so it's not saying much. One minor difference is that they have their rails on the bottom and I see in all of your videos they're somewhere on the side. Do you find the drawers to be stronger with the rails in the middle or is that just because of your method of lining them all up? Thanks again for the good content!