Tools required:

We made one cabinet, allowed it to set overnight, and used same kit the next day. The glue gains strength quickly at room temperatures and so it’s possible to make both cabs in the day.

Two belt clamps (3 metre), 3 standard clamps (30 cm ish) .

Pliers (for terminals).

Scissors (for gaskets).

Damp cloth (for glue).

Kitchen scales (to weigh stuffing).

2pcs. Hex (Allen) keys 5 mm (back panel) and 3 mm (driver bolts).

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