Udo Schmidt apprenticed with a master cabinetmaker in Germany before moving to the United States over 20 years ago. Today he combines Old World craftmanship with time-saving tools and techniques. He lives and works in North Carolina.
I WAS EXPECTING A LITTLE MORE DETAILS. IT'S A GOOD THING I WAS FAMILIAR WITH CABINET MAKING. I DID LEARN A LITTLE MORE ABOUT POCKET SCREWS AND BISCUIT JOINING.Published 2 months ago by Ralph Wilks
I like the fact that it doesn't take a bunch of special tools, I had most of them being a carpenter. The photos were good and showed good detail. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Sisk
I bought several "building kitchen cabinet" books for reference and sold all but this one. Udo Schmidt captures the all the details that a first-time kitchen cabinet... Read morePublished 6 months ago by R. Light