Frameless Island Cabinet

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Frameless Island Cabinet

Postby Terry Davis » Thu, Feb 07 2008, 11:27AM

I'm building an island cabinet 130" long 24" deep made up of sink cabinets (false fronts & doors) that have to be accessed from both sides. How do I get doors, toekicks and false fronts on the back sides? The reason I need false fronts is to hide lights to illuminate bottles that are going to sit on the top (this is a bar island).

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Re: Frameless Island Cabinet

Postby Rick Palechuk » Thu, Feb 07 2008, 3:16PM

Build your cab 24 deep with no back, then copy and paste it, hilite it, change the depth to .001, rotate it 180 then use the align tool to join the second one to the first. HTH


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