Custom Cabinet Box Components

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We manufacture Custom Cabinet Box Components that are long-lasting and are made up of high quality wood which are further laminated at their ends that provide custom cabinet a fine finishing. https://bit.ly/2L0b0ux

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C U S T O M C A B I N E T B O X C O M P O N E N T S CUSTOM EASILY-ASSEMBLED HIGH-QUALITY FRAMELESS-STYLE Buy Online Save Time And Money

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Cabinet Face Frame Face frame is the front of a kitchen cabinet and is made usually from solid hardwood about  ¾” thick by 1½” wide. The vertical frame pieces are stiles and the horizontal pieces are rails. In high-quality cabinetry  the stiles and rails are joined by dowel or pocket screw joints both stable and durable construction methods. Shelves Materials used for cabinet shelves are plywood and particleboard. Since cabinet shelves bear weight over long periods of time strength is a primary consideration. Plywood is stronger and lighter than particleboard so less likely to bow under the weight of heavy ceramic dishes and metal pots. Particleboard is less expensive more likely to sag may puff and flake when wet and is susceptible to crush damage. Base cabinets will have either full-depth or half-depth shelving.

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Doors and Drawer Fronts Doors and drawer fronts in mid and High-Quality Cabinets are made from solid hardwood. Inset-panel doors are framed with hardwood at least ¾” thick. The width of the stiles and rails will depend on the style and may range from 1½” -3 ″ wide.  The frame holds a center panel in place. The center panel material will vary depending on the style and finish of the door. Raised center panels with stained wood finishes will be constructed of multiple hardwood pieces glued together. The panel should be at least  ⅝” thick and placed in the frame using soft grommets that allow for expansion and contraction of the hardwood. Painted inset-panel doors will use medium density fiberboard center panels for a smooth finish. The MDF will resist expansion and contraction during hot and cold climate changes therefore minimizing hairline cracks that may otherwise occur with the change in seasons. Recessed door styles with stained finishes may use either a plywood veneer MDF center panel or reversed raised solid wood panel.

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Hinges Hinges will vary greatly depending on the door style and cabinet type. High-quality hinges are a must with kitchen cabinetry. Over its lifetime a door may be opened and closed tens of thousands of times. On a full-overlay door a good hinge will be concealed have a built-in soft-close door function open at least 105˚ be constructed of steel with a nickel-plated finish and have six-way adjustability and if the door is left 20 to 30 degrees open gently close the door without assistance. With built-in soft-close door function for all standard full- overlay and inset concealed hinge styles. Interior Finish Material Kitchen cabinet interior and shelf surfaces should be non- porous wipe-clean and tough enough to last the life of the cabinets without staining bubbling or showing wear. Except for glass-front cabinets where the interior is matched to the exterior for style a light-colored interior is preferred as it makes it easier to see the contents of the cabinet.

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Drawer Box and Glides The quality of construction in the drawer box and glides is extremely important.  This is not a place to cut corners. As an example a loaded silverware drawer typically carries 20 pounds and is opened four to six times a day. That means that in one year the drawer will be opened and closed over 2000 times and carry a total of 15 tons of dead weight. The bottom should be plywood and fully captured that is set in grooves on all four sides. Lower quality drawer boxes may be constructed with particleboard plastic metal or plywood sides. The sides of the less-expensive box will meet at butt or rabbet joints secured with staples. Drawer-box material and joint construction is an important consideration since the joints and drawer bottoms are among the first things to fail in low-end kitchen cabinetry. A wood veneer interior or shelf surface will absorb moisture stain easily and trap soil in the grain of the wood. Wood veneer will become damaged by residual moisture from dishwashers excessive humidity greasy cooking fumes and dirt or food particles that collect in the porous surface of the wood.

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