To make our modular cubes you’re gonna need 4 bits of 16 mm mdf cut to size, 8 40 mm chipboard screws, 2 drill bits (a 3 and a 4 mm bit) and a drill to drive them. A cordless drill with a phillips head bit in it to drive the screws and some glue. Now it’s important with your mdf to have the edges cut dead square so that it sits square. And that’s really hard to do so we actually had our hardware supplier pre-cut them and they are nice and square. Big hardwares can do that can’t they. They can. The 16 mm mdf is 300 by 300 for the tops and bottoms and 300 by 268 mm for the sides. Using the sides as a template we mark the edges and positions of the holes for pre-drilling. Now it’s important this goes straight down, not that way or that way. It’s important to do this with mdf sheet to ensure the chipboard screws don’t split the material. And when you’re finished all your guide holes on the top and the bottom you gotta change to the 3 mm bit. Ok, so, I’ll set this up. If you want to grab the screws and glue and drill. We choose a 3 mm drill bit to drill the end grave so the screws will be secure and a tight fit. Using craft wood glue we assemble the cube making sure that all the glue residue is removed as we go. It’s important as the glue sets quickly and once it’s dry it’s hard to remove. Very good, well done. Now make sure you wipe the glue off it dries fairly quickly and it will leave a mark if you’re gonna vanish it. Perfect. Good. Swing it around and we will do the other side. Next one? Yep. Very good. It comes out fairly quick so you have to be very careful. Very nice, turn the whole thing over. It runs doesn’t it. It does, it’s running. Once you and your DIY partner get the hang of it the cubes go together fairly quickly. Between the 2 of you, you can knock up a dozen or so in a couple of hours. Getting the materials pre-cut really does save time. And with the sanding you can just do a little or you can go as far as you like. And with the colors you can either go with clear or you can mix and match. You have done this before. As simple as that. Easy as pie. Then with a bit of imagination and some fun colors the modular cubes can make almost any practical or fun piece of furniture you can think of.