SMALLER THAN 90 DEGREE BACK

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Brenda Hallman
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SMALLER THAN 90 DEGREE BACK

Postby Brenda Hallman » Tue, May 20 2014, 1:34PM

Just wondering if anyone has an idea of how to do a corner upper cabinet that is less than 90 degrees?
The two walls come in at a 83 degree angle and of course the customer wants a corner cabinet for this odd angle. I know how to do more than 90 but less is stumping me :wall:

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Re: SMALLER THAN 90 DEGREE BACK

Postby FredHirsch » Tue, May 20 2014, 2:57PM

Brenda,
We do these pretty frequently. You are going to use a corner cabinet, but think backwards. The front becomes the back. Remove the back and put a full overlay door on for the back. It takes some getting used to, but an 83degree cabinet would be 97 in the backwards corner world. It isn't going to be perfect but it may get you through the job.
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Fred
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