2014 136” HR
Hardly a criticism Phil, just a fact. As I pointed out you can easily build qualty durable cabinets from scratch with simple, inexpensive tools and minimal skill. I would be remiss in not pointing this out to someone who doesn't know any better. If someone wants to use poor materials to do a job that's their business but pointing it out is only being helpful to those who don't know any better. I happen to know better and as RD has also pointed out those unassembled, partial board, plastic covered cabinets would fold up like a paper bag in the wind in an accident. So, clever, sort of, good idea, no, durable, most defiantly not. The choice is yours to make and live with.Yea, way to go, criticize her build. I think it's a clever use of materials.
Nothing odd in pointing out facts to people who don't know any better. Listen to what people who know what they are talking about and you may learn something yourself. I happen to know cabinets but there are lots of things others here know and are very happy to share with us all and I'm pleased to learn from them.I hope no one is offended. I just found some of the replies odd. If she was a member would the replies be different? anyway thanks for the link.
Phil as a moderator here I have an obligation and duty to all the members to point out when unsuitable information is posted and why it's unsuitable. You may call it "trashing" but I call it doing my job and supporting the form. I have personally seen MsNomers build including the quality of design, materials and execution and I'm pretty certain she wasn't suggesting that using plastic coated particalboard KD cabinets with structural sections removed was a good idea in a moving vehicle. I suggest her point in posting the link was to show what generally can be done with a variety of materials and ingenuity not suggesting any product in particular.When I read your reply I read it as trashing her build/choice of materials. If this was her thread you would have replied the same way.