Simple 8020 Cabinet - a secure and stylish storage solution for your most valuable possessions. Built to stand the test of time, this cabinet offers the flexibility to customize it according to your specific needs. With our 3D crafty friend application, you can easily add or remove elements as required.
The advantages of this cabinet, constructed with high-strength 80/20 aluminum, are numerous:
Ideal for a range of applications, including organization, home offices, small businesses, workshops, and more, the Simple 8020 Cabinet is a versatile choice.
Ready to embark on your DIY journey? Look no further! We provide a comprehensive construction guide and step-by-step diagrams to assist you in building your own 80/20 Cabinet. Enjoy the process as you create a functional and attractive storage solution tailored to your requirements.
To support the cabinet, you'll need to create a pair of main frames - the front and rear frames. This can be accomplished by joining the following elements together:
In this case, the 25.5" profiles will be positioned vertically to serve as the main supports. At each end of these profiles, you will attach the 13.5" profiles, creating a double frame structure.
When working with the internal joints, it's important to drill a small hole in the 1" profile that you're connecting. The internal joint consists of a threaded part and a head, so the hole should be drilled in the profile that receives the head of the joint. This allows you to securely screw both profiles together, ensuring a sturdy connection.
In this diagram, you can see the method for joining the front and rear frames that you previously assembled. For this step, you will need:
The process involves using the internal joints to screw together sets of 3 profiles, each measuring 11.5", in the first half of the frame. These sets should be placed both in the top and middle sections of the frame.
In the lower part of the frame, you will only need to place a pair of 11.5" profiles at each end.
To better understand the assembly of these profiles, we encourage you to access the 3D model of this project that we have created for you. The model allows you to visualize and analyze the individual parts of the cabinet in more detail.
At this stage of the cabinet assembly process, our focus will be on the drawers. Similar to previous steps, the drawers consist of two frames - a front frame and a rear frame - which will be joined together using additional profiles.
For this step, you will need the following materials:
To begin, we will assemble the front frame using 2 profiles of 13.5" and 2 profiles of 8". The rear frame will be composed of 2 profiles of 8" and 2 profiles of 11.5".
Please note that it is crucial to follow the correct positioning of the profiles as shown in the diagrams. For further clarification, you can refer to the 3D model for more detailed information.
Once you have organized the profiles for both frames, they will be joined together simultaneously using the 11.5" intermediate profiles and the angle joints.
In this step, we will guide you on how to properly position and place the drawers within the main frame of the cabinet. Each drawer will be placed on top of the main frame, one on each side.
Are you feeling excited? You're just a step away from completing the construction of your new cabinet.
In this step, we will focus on the lower doors that are included in the design of this cabinet. These doors consist of the following elements:
To assemble the doors, you will need to attach hinges to the main frame and secure the frames of the doors to the hinges. Additionally, the frames of the doors should be joined together using 4 End Inside Joints.
By following these instructions, you will successfully incorporate the lower doors into your cabinet.
In this stage of the cabinet construction process, we will focus on covering the spaces with acrylic panels. It is crucial to carefully follow the diagram to ensure the panels are correctly placed in their designated positions. For this step, you will need the following materials:
To secure the panels, they should be screwed onto the hangers, and the hangers should then be screwed to the corresponding frame ends. This will provide each panel with the necessary rigidity to fulfill its purpose within the cabinet.
You're just one step away from completing your cabinet!In this final stage of the process, we will focus on adding the necessary accessories that will enhance the functionality of each drawer and door you have assembled. Here's what you'll need:
With the addition of these accessories, your cabinet will be fully functional and ready to serve its purpose. If you have any further questions or need additional guidance, don't hesitate to refer to the 3D model of this project. Enjoy your new cabinet!