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Cabinetry – Level 2


August 16th (Evening) 6:00pm to 10pm and August 17th & 18th (Daytime) 9:00am to 5pm

Cabinetry Level 2 is the next course in our Cabinetry Series at the Austin School of Furniture. In this class, students will construct a small lower cabinet with a door and drawer. All kinds of fun and valuable techniques are covered in this intermediate woodworking course.

  • Materials and hardware is included

See Details and Tool List Below


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Name: Cabinetry Level 2
Instructor: Blake Rawlings
Skill Level: All
Prerequisites: Cabinetry Level 1 or Equivalent

Format: Weekend In-Person

Date: August 16th (Evening) 6:00pm to 10pm

and August 17th & 18th (Daytime) 9:00am to 5pm


Class Description:

Cabinetry Level 1 or an equivalent class must be completed before taking Cabinetry Level 2. This class builds upon foundational cabinetry skills to construct a modern slab-style lower cabinet. The cabinet parts will be rough cut ahead of time so students can focus on more advanced techniques. The main focus of this course will be on the design of lower cabinets, pedestals, doors, drawers, drawer slides and scribed finished ends. Each student will walk away with their own 18″ cabinet that will match the upper cabinet built in Level 1.


Topics and skills covered will include:

  • Cabinet / Drawer Design
  • Edge Banding
  • Assembly & Construction
  • Drawer Part Machining
  • Drawer Slides
  • Pedestals, Wall Fillers, Finished Ends
  • Scribing


What you’ll need:


  • Eye Protection
  • Ear Protection
  • Measuring Tape
  • Pencils
  • Notebook


  • Trim Router with flush trim bearing bit


Austin School of Furniture has the right to cancel this class at anytime if the minimum amount of students is not reached.

See our Refund Policy here

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