Woodworker's Journal fall-2010, страница 41
Carcass and Base Elevation
Rabbet the back edges of the sides and the bottom. The author used a straight bit in the router table for this job. Cut into the prefinished face of each piece. The rabbet is sized deeper than necessary so there is a bit of scribe material remaining on the panels.
wood, although unfinished veneered plywood or melamine are other good options (see sidebar, page 45). Prefinished plywood has a durable, glossy finish on one or both faces — far better than you can brush on —
and you can get it in 3/4", 1/2" and 1/4" thicknesses. Be sure to orient the finished face to the inside of the cabinet, which is the surface you'll see when the cabinet is sandwiched between others in a kitchen.
Cutting Sheet Goods
The first challenge of the project is cutting up the plywood. With the right table saw setup — a 52" capacity rip fence, big outfeed table and plenty of space on the infeed side of the saw — the only
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