3D Printed Parts to the Rescue!

This cabinet marks my first attempt at building a cabinet with pine wood. I made many mistakes; however, I was determined to complete the cabinet. With a little imagination, I put wood pieces together with dowels and 3D printed parts to make an attractive piece of furniture for my bathroom.

3D printed door center & handle

The center panels are re-used backs from an earlier, partially failed cabinet project.

3D printed braces & shelves

The shelves are re-purposed sides from the same prior project as mentioned above.

3D printed angle braces

The deep groove in the wood was the result of kick back from a table saw.

The finished cabinet measures 17 7/8″ W x 26 1/2″ H x 11″ D. Wood cut from 2 – 1″ x 12″ – 6′ common boards purchased at Home Depot – $27.

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