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    Those brackets mount to the back of the box.The...

    Those brackets mount to the back of the box.The hooks that normally fit into the hole that you drill,will now fit into a slot on the bracket.Everything else is the same compared to the standard set...
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    You need to use these instead of drilling holes...

    You need to use these instead of drilling holes for the 3d slides. https://www.hafele.com/us/en/product/adjustment-adapter-for-grass-dynapro-3d-slides/000000b60002b66a00040023/
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    You could use some thin plastic laminate...

    You could use some thin plastic laminate (vertical grade) and some sand bags to hold it down while the glue sets.
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    I stopped getting real particular on the end...

    I stopped getting real particular on the end grains,just sand them the same as the long grain.Then we seal the end grains with Sealcoat shellac cut with alcohol (4 parts alcohol,1 part shellac),then...
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    The doors are approximately 4' wide x 2' high.I...

    The doors are approximately 4' wide x 2' high.I am not sure why they want the doors to operate this way,all I know at this point,is it is some kind of a display unit.Hopefully I can talk them into...
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    Looking for a hardware solution.

    I have a customer that wants me to make several cabinets that have doors that flip down (almost laying on the countertop),then slide back,with some sort of dampener so the the door doesn't slam on...
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    Just use a face frame adapter plate with the euro...

    Just use a face frame adapter plate with the euro hinges,most companies make them.You can get the gap down to almost zero,also no need to flush the sides out to the face frame,which is time consuming.
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    http://www.marcadams.com/available-classes/project...

    http://www.marcadams.com/available-classes/projects/1191 ,I took this class with David Orth (that's me with the green shirt in the 1st picture),it's a very easy way to make curved pieces.It's also...
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    I have been using the "Stitch and glue method",I...

    I have been using the "Stitch and glue method",I find it alot easier than framing it out with ribs.
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    I bought a Martin T27 Flex shaper,and it would...

    I bought a Martin T27 Flex shaper,and it would not run right with my Kah converter,so I ended up getting a phase perfect.As mentioned above ,the Martin electronics are very sensitive,and I didn't...
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    I remember reading an article (I think fine...

    I remember reading an article (I think fine woodworking)where they tested the domino's strength,and shop made tenon's made a much stronger joint than using the festool domino's.I am guessing it's...
  12. Check with Wurth/ Baer Supply.

    Check with Wurth/ Baer Supply.
  13. I use a Safety Speed Cut router dado...

    I use a Safety Speed Cut router dado machine,which is probably similar to what you are describing.
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    Does that stop have the ability to read from a...

    Does that stop have the ability to read from a cut list?I use KCDW software,and load the cut list (with a flash drive) into my Omga stop,that really makes those stops fast and easy to use.
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    Set the infeed fence in 1/32"- 1/16" and the...

    Set the infeed fence in 1/32"- 1/16" and the problem will go away.
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    Can you design it so the the drawer is just...

    Can you design it so the the drawer is just slightly off the floor,then once they stand on it,the floor supports the weight.
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    Initially I screwed them down to secure the board better,but now I don't even use them,I just set the board in the corner and run it through.
  18. I think titebond 3 would be a good choice,or...

    I think titebond 3 would be a good choice,or laminate it with plastic laminate.If water gets underneath,it will definitely swell without some kind of protection.
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    I'm guessing if they are strong/stiff enough,you...

    I'm guessing if they are strong/stiff enough,you won't need a camber,assuming you are clamping material that's flat and square to begin with.
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    Thanks for the tip!What dimensions do you use for...

    Thanks for the tip!What dimensions do you use for the BB,3 1/2" ,like a 2x4 ?
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    I would talk to a local cabinet shop and see if...

    I would talk to a local cabinet shop and see if they will sell you some Domestic prefinished maple or birch plywood.You can't get good plywood at the box stores,it needs to be flat,and stay...
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    Are these frameless cabinets you are...

    Are these frameless cabinets you are describing?If so,I would use prefinished maple or birch plywood and edgeband with oak veneer to match the doors.
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    I am also a 5 cut method believer,theres no need...

    I am also a 5 cut method believer,theres no need to waste material when doing it,just use a full sheet.I also don't use calipers.I use a 4x8 sheet,skim the edges,make my last cut on the long edge...
  24. I am not familiar with waterlox,but the only way...

    I am not familiar with waterlox,but the only way I have been able to achieve a blemish free gloss finish is by buffing it after the finish cures.
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    We spray conversion varnish (solvent) almost...

    We spray conversion varnish (solvent) almost daily,and I don't find it to be anymore difficult to spray than a pre cat,if anything,it's less problematic.Have you started the project yet?If not,I...
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