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michel melon
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November 28, 2021 - 3:34 pm
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Hi Dave,

 

I send you an example via email. Also, discuss this in our next session if needed 

 

regards

Michel

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Hi,

 

Michel will soon make a quick video.

 

All the best, Alexandre

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Can anybody help with this please?

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Please see the attached file of a cabinet I cannot complete. "L corner"
 
1. I need face framing above and below the doors, to match the face frame I have at the sides. The top and bottom framing butt up to each other in the centre, so one piece of framing is longer than the other by the thickness of the frame.  Where the top and bottom facings join the side facings they are mortice and tenoned in by 8mm. 
 
I have managed the frame at the top, using double backs, but you will see the right hand top face frame is too long. I can recess it back to the correct length but this splits the material of the top. I cannot apply a face frame under the doors.
 
2. I need a plinth that sits behind the facing that is underneath the 2 doors.  Using double backs only allows me to position a plinth under the left or right side, I have left this on the drawing as an example.
 
3. On all cabinets I need to be able to add an end panel that fits on the side of the cabinet and behind the face frame.  This is from the top of the cabinet down to the floor.  If you hi light the external zone on the side that is basically what I want to fill with an end panel.  A video on this would be very useful.
 
You can see how I want the framing and plinth to look on the attached file "framed base 2 door..."
 
Thank you
 
Dave
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