This video which I watched in it's entirety, is not for a DIY home craftsman. It's mostly about how to make a sandwiched cabinet door. The door has a HPL on the back side and a veneer on the show side. The door has a perimeter frame and is filled internally with honey-comb material .... and there's many runs through a wide belt sander for each step. This is not equipment which the DIY craftsman would have. Then the application of veneer to the "show surface" is shown. A propane sized bottle of pressurized spray adhesive is use for this process, another thing the DIY craftsman would not have on hand or even go to the expense of buying.
In all, it's a commercial cabinet shop process, interesting, but not as the title says ... DIY.
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