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 Panel & Handle

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

See panels video on the next page for simple instructions on how to design panels in Tinkercad.

3D Printed Bracket & Wood Channel Shelf

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

See connect bracket and wood channel shelf videos on the next page for simple instructions on how to design them in Tinkercad.

3D Printed Brackets

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

See corner bracket and angle bracket videos on the next page for simple instructions on how to them in Tinkercad.

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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