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Overpassing fixed doubleback

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March 23, 2023 - 3:50 pm
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Make a Groove or Mortaise&Tenon on side of materials thickness

and I recommend to add Nil shelf, instead of recess to limit your “cross bar” ,

otherwise if you change the height, the indentation changes the crossbar, and if you use recess, you can’t add drawers under it.


Cheers, Alex

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Oli Burdick

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Wrong file attacched!…here is the one you need.

Oli Burdick

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Hi Alex, I am trying to add a double back that is flush with the front of the cabinet so essentially it notches out the sides. If I make it an overpassing piece then the whole of the sides are reduced by the thickness…i would just like it where the double back is notched….see attached file. |The RHS side is underpassing and the LHS overpassing.

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