The first thing to consider is that a shaktin cabinet is made of a lot of materials.
There are lots of steel components in there, and it can take a lot to get a shaggy looking cabinet ready for a project.
To keep it simple, we’ll be using the usual list of components that are available for most modern home-use products: an old kitchen knife, a knife with a blade about 6 inches long, a kitchen screwdriver, a screwdriver with a handle about 2 inches long and a metal screwdriver tip about 4 inches long.
You can find the shaktis steel cabinet components below:The cabinet is also made of two parts: a handle and a screw.
The handle is a little more elaborate than the knife and screw components, because the handle contains the blade.
We’ll cover the rest of the assembly in a little bit, but in the meantime, we just want to explain how to make one.
You’ll want to grab a couple of cheap kitchen knives and a kitchen tool that has a blade with a bit of a hook.
Pull one of the blades out, and hold it with the handle to the back of the cabinet.
With your hand, you can easily bend the blade into a long handle with the hook sticking out.
That’s where the screw comes in.
With the screwdriver’s tip sticking out, you’re now holding the blade and the hook together with the screw.
You’re basically holding the two halves of the screw together.
You want to hold the blade with your hand while pulling the screw, but be careful that the hook isn’t too far away from the screw so it won’t fall out.
When you pull the screw out of the handle, you should be able to see the screw sticking out of it.
Now you’ll want the screw to be very flat and smooth, with no sharp edges or sharp edges sticking out in the middle.
If the screw has any sharp edges, you’ll have to use a sharp knife to pry it out.
If you don’t have a sharp, blunt knife, you could try a small screwdriver.
If all that doesn’t work, you might want to use something like a pair of scissors.
You might need to put the blade in a pocket to make sure the screw doesn’t fall into it.
The finished cabinet.
If that looks like too much work, it’s because you don the right tools.
We’ve been using our regular kitchen knife and kitchen screwdrivers to make this cabinet, but we didn’t have the patience for all that stuff.
We just had to make our own.
Take a pair (about 1.5 feet long) of scissors and a small metal screw driver.
You should be left with a couple feet of sharp edges on the blade, and a sharp edge at the bottom of the blade on the screw’s end.
This makes the screw easier to pierce with a knife, so if you’ve got a sharp blade, you won’t have to worry about it getting stuck.
We made our own, using a pair in one hand, a pair with the same length in the other hand, and our kitchen screw drivers with a little glue on them.
The blade of the knife.
Now that we have the blade ready to go, we need to cut it in half.
To make a half-shakti cabinet, we first need to make the cutting edges.
You probably won’t need to do this, since you can just use your standard kitchen knife to cut the blade for you.
Now cut the blades in half on both sides.
You will need to trim the edge to the size of the entire blade.
You also will need a small amount of glue on the cutting edge so it doesn’t break.
You don’t want to have glue on all the edges, so just keep the edges trimmed with a flat file or small screw driver until the glue is dry.
You could also use a scalpel or something similar to remove any glue, but since we’re using a knife and a knife blade, the glue should come off easily.
You may need to use an old toothbrush to do so.
Cut the cutting end of the sharp edge.
With a sharp piece of sharp scissors, cut the sharp tip of the cutting tip into the wood.
Now, with a scalping knife, cut off the ends of the scissors.
The edges of the cutter should be about the same size as the sharp end of a sharp kitchen knife blade.
Now we have a good cutting edge.
Now it’s time to make some sharp edges.
We’re going to use our scalpel, since the blade was cut in half before.
To sharpen a shank, we can cut it to a point, then use a long-handled screwdriver to make tiny cuts on the wood that make up the shank.
Now is the time to glue the blade to the wood so that it can slide through the holes in the wood