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KITCHEN ISLAND DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND INSTALLATION Portfolio for Stanley T Sutton This project was for Wood B65B Advanced Cabinet course at Bakersfield College, Spring 2010.
The design and sizing was for my kitchen remodel at home. Due to entry door sizes, it was designed in two parts to allow passage into the house for final assembly.
My Learning Process Professor Hageman provided me with the education, training, and guidance necessary for me to achieve my Kitchen Island Cabinet, always with safety in mind. I have designed, manufactured, and assembled this Island with quality techniques learned. I would equate what I have learned and done as a real life, on-the-job experience, in a classroom environment.
The Design Phase I drew up rough sketches of my design with a clean Mission look, but with a rustic Alder wood. Then translated the sketches into detailed drawings with sizes and joinery corresponding to my needs. Finally transformed the sketches and drawings into a story pole, providing me with exact dimensional size and fit of the kitchen island into my home.
THE ROUGH SKETCH Large and small cabinets back to back. Face frame, side panels and bun feet shown.
THE ROUGH SKETCHES, cont. Doors and drawersDoors and drawers.
SIZES AND JOINERY Solid wood panels.1.5 Face frames
THE STORY POLES Drawn with dimensions of the top-down and profile views of the cabinet. Includes face frame, solid wood panels and joinery dimensions to scale.
LARGE CABINET, materials list.
SMALL CABINET, materials list.
CUTTING & MANUFACTURING Cutting face frame dadoes. Parts laid out with story pole as reference.
CUTTING AND MANUFACTURING, CONT. Cutting panel rabbets.Joining panel side.
ASSEMBLY Face Frame clamp-up with Joe. Solid wood panels.
ASSEMBLY, cont. Corner braces manufactured and to be installed with pocket screws. Assembled small cabinet, with large center divider clamped and drying.
ASSEMBLY, cont. Mission bunfeet will be used. Slides and hinges. Blum hardware will be used for quality and appearance. Under drawer concealed slides will showcase the drawer sides showing details of joinery and finish. Plus the blumotion feature will provide for silent and smooth closings.
Assembly, cont. Right and rear sides, small divider installed. Left and front sides, large divider installed.
Completion Summer 2010. Heres to project completion! Due to unforeseen events the project will be completed at home. With the skills and tools I have acquired and access to friends wood shops, completion will be this summer.