Measure twice, cut multiple times
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  Re: RE: Measure twice, cut multiple times by gregbois (As one who has numer...)
(09-04-2019, 10:58 AM)gregbois Wrote: As one who has numerical dyslexia and transposes numbers -- 21 becomes 12 -- measure twice usually results in cut twice, and more.  Urr.

Question:  How did you join the rails and stiles on these doors?  Were they cope and stick or did you use dowels or tenons?  They look nice either way, full-sized or underside-sized.

Thanks!

Nothing fancy...done with a table saw and dado stack.

   
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  Re: Measure twice, cut multiple times by Duane N (I know we've all don...)
Wait 'til you're so excited that the hand cut dovetails for your drawers fit so well that you you assemble them without the bottoms. All three of'em... Sarcasm
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  Re: RE: Measure twice, cut multiple times by Big Dave (Wait 'til you're so ...)
(09-06-2019, 03:56 PM)Big Dave Wrote: Wait 'til you're so excited that the hand cut dovetails for your drawers fit so well that you you assemble them without the bottoms. All three of'em... Sarcasm

I gotta tell ya... I choked a little bit on that.   Yes Laugh
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