Wardrobes with panel doors and top boxes, part 5

Hi everyone. So back and at it with some client work this week. A good sized set of fitted wardrobes with top boxes and panel doors, from start to finish.Had a few issues with this one, and I hope the occasional loss of sound and vision doesn’t spoil your viewing pleasure 😉

This videos is part 5 of 7.

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Woodworking stuff:-

Hinge boring bit – (US:

Blum hinges – (US:

Hinge drilling guide –

Self-centering drill bit – (US:

Lost-tite screws – (US:

Hultafors Talmeter tape measure – (US:

Heavy duty groover –

Arbor for above –

Panel raising bit –

Japanese folding pocket saw –

Spax MDF screws – (US:

Spax screws – (US:

Tongue-tite screws – (US:

Bahco 6” combi square – (US:

Festool Domino – (US:

Festool Domino assortment – (US:

Festool Domino 5 x 30mm – (US:

Festool TS55 Tracksaw – (US:

Festool Kapex 120 – (US:

Workwear (seriously, somebody asked!)

TuffStuff Extreme 700 trousers –

Scruffs Drezna trousers – (US:

Karrimor Supa 4 (not safety wear) –

Dewalt Apprentice safety boot – (US:

Photo/video gear

Seriously, gear doesn’t matter

But if you like me, you quite *like* gear and you’re curious about what I use, then here’s the list:-.

Main camera Panasonic Lumix G80 – (US – G85:

Second camera Panasonic FZ200 – (US:

‘Walk-around’ camera Panasonix TZ55 – (US:

Rode Videomic Pro – (US:

Rode SmartLav+ – (US:

Backup mic K&F concept –

Audio recorder Tascam DR 05 – (US:

Gorillapod – (US:

Ball-head – (US:

QR plates – (US:

Smartphone mount – (US:

Magic arm – (US: