What screws to use to attach cabinets?

Use a #8 x 1-5/8″ screw to secure cabinets together. After you install all of your cabinets, it may be necessary to adjust the drawer fronts so they are level and have the proper reveals.

What is a cabinet fastener?

Kitchen cabinet door fasteners secure cabinet doors to the cabinets. If your hinges are slightly worn, or you’re installing new cabinets, new fasteners can keep the doors closed tightly. They also make the doors fit flat, making the cabinets look better, an important detail if you’re selling your home.

What are furniture bolts called?

Joint Connector Bolts (JCB Screws) Steel connector bolts are regularly used in furniture making including the production of cabinets, chairs, tables, beds; in fact just about any type of furniture.

What size screws should I use for kitchen cabinets?

To attach the cabinets to each other, use a No. 8 2ΒΌ-inch-long trim-head screw with a fine thread suited for hardwood. This fastener’s small-diameter head is unobtrusive, so you don’t have to hide it under a cap or wood plug.

What is a Cabinet screw?

Cabinet screws, which can go by different names like washer-head screws, or button-head screws, are made for the purpose of securing kitchen wall cabinets to the wall. The larger head on a cabinet screw bears down on the cabinet’s hanging strip/rail which ensures a sturdy installation.

What are joint connector bolts used for?

Furniture Connector Bolts, also known as Joint Connector Bolts (JCBs) are designed for use in knock-down furniture or cabinetry. Typically paired with furniture connector nuts and connected via pre-drilled holes, these threaded screws offer an aesthetic finish for cabinet makers and designer projects alike.

What is a joint connector nut?

Joint connector, or cam, nuts are commonly used to fasten pieces together in wood furniture assemblies, especially flat-pack furniture. Cam nuts are inserted into a pre-drilled hole and are designed to mate with a dowel that has been screwed into another pre-drilled hole on another piece of the assembly.