Cabinet sizing problem

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Cabinet sizing problem

Postby Terry Davis » Fri, Nov 02 2007, 7:41PM

The attached microwave cabinet I made has a display panel for a floor and when I resize the cabinet it won't grow with the cabinet, is this normal? Also I
can't get blind dados to work with the same part. Using a display panel was the only way I could get the floor to be 16\" deep while the rest of the cabinet was 12\" deep.
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Postby DanEpps » Fri, Nov 02 2007, 8:13PM

Display panels cannot be resized. You can use a 4\" negative front inset on the deck to make it 16\" deep in a 12\" deep cabinet.

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Postby Terry Davis » Fri, Nov 02 2007, 9:07PM

Thanks Dan, that did the trick! We're going to Dale Nov 12-16 for software class maybe Ill pick up some tricks I can share!! Our new router should be here for Christmas can't wait to start cutting...

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Postby DanEpps » Sat, Nov 03 2007, 6:59AM

That'll be a great Christmas present--I just hop you have a very large tree to put it under. :D


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