Cabinets can be considered to be comprised of three main elements: The cases (or liners or boxes), drawers and other interior fittings, and the exterior cladding.
The cases are the functional interiors of the cabinets and usually are fairly simple. In the design drawings shown in the previous post ALL of the cabinet parts are included as shown in the exploded drawing below
First the case parts are cut out using our sliding table panel saw that easily supports and cuts a full sheet of plywood
The parts are then marked for where they go, and what additional machining or hardware they require. This information is also included in the design shown in the first post, and is printed out on a list of parts for the project.
Once the parts have their hardware and any additional work is done, the case is screwed together and is ready for doors, drawers, and peripheral parts.