Cabinet Back Issues

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Georgi Baltov
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Cabinet Back Issues

Postby Georgi Baltov » Thu, May 01 2008, 11:26AM

Hi guys,

has anyone of you ever had depth or fit clearances with the backs of any cabinets. I keep having that problem. The problem is that I cannot find where the problem is. If it's the program or the machine. I end up going 1/32" deeper on the full dado on the back. I wonder if its the same problem as the fit and depth clearance mistake on the drawer boxes once. I always change the daylight on the bit that makes the back dado and it cuts fine but may be the programmers can take a look or someone else can advise me how to fix that if they've had the same problem. Thanks guys

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Re: Cabinet Back Issues

Postby Scott G Vaal » Thu, May 01 2008, 12:10PM

Georgi,

Post one of your cabinets that you believe presents this issue. We will take a look at it and see if there is any obvious problem. As of now, I do not know of any issue with this.
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Re: Cabinet Back Issues

Postby Michael S Murray » Thu, May 01 2008, 1:05PM

Sounds like a material thickness issue to me. Have you checked the actual thickness of your back material and set that up in your material ?
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