I'm scheming to reface my kitchen cabinets with sustainable lumber (looking for FSC certified or salvage) and trying to figure out what my options are. Our existing hinges aren't much different from these:
How can I replace a kitchen cabinet hinge with no visible screws?
Which means I really only need to bore the doors for hinges if I get plywood or doors that aren't yet bored.
So is it crazy for a relatively handy person with no woodshop to try to bore those holes at home? Is there a special drill bit for the project?