Plastic laminate

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Joe Redburn
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Re: Plastic laminate

Postby Joe Redburn » Tue, May 27 2008, 7:57PM

I took a base cabinet, shortened the sides so they flush to the deck and top, inserted a partition, changed the sides to laminate, changed the partition to one inch plywood, set the cabinet width to 1 1/16 " and I now have a toilet Partition Panel that I can stick to a wall and resize it at will. Everything shows up in the cut list and when I get the hardware imported and attached, the whole thing can be machined.
Thanks for all the help, your advice got me started.
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Kerry Fullington
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Re: Plastic laminate

Postby Kerry Fullington » Tue, May 27 2008, 9:08PM

Great Ideas Joe and Rick.


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