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Lynn Greff
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Edge joining 3/4 inch plywood
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I was wondering if you can join 2 panels of 3/4 inch plywood.  If you can, how far apart would you place the screws.  The joint I am thinking of would not have any stress placed on it.  Thanks,LynnContinue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Lynn Greff May 20, 2018.

What hinge should I use?
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I am building a cabinet / closet that is 30 inches wide.  I was going to use 2 doors 15 inches wide from 3/4 inch plywood.  My guess is they would weigh about 20 lbs. what kind of and how many should…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Edward Weitsman Sep 29, 2018.

 

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Edward Weitsman replied to Lynn Greff's discussion 'What hinge should I use?'
"Oh no worries at all! Sorry it was about 5 months late :) :) :) "
Sep 29, 2018
Lynn Greff replied to Lynn Greff's discussion 'What hinge should I use?'
"Thanks Edwardian!  I appreciate you taking the time to help me out.  Lynn "
Sep 19, 2018
Edward Weitsman replied to Lynn Greff's discussion 'What hinge should I use?'
"Hi, My 5 cents - the concealed hinges will hold the load, but what really would influence the number of hinges per side is the height of your door as the main factor. The guide is, at least as I've been taught, to use 1 hinge per every…"
Sep 19, 2018
Lynn Greff replied to Lynn Greff's discussion 'Edge joining 3/4 inch plywood'
"Thanks Richard.  Do you think there would be any 'bulging' in the plywood where the screws penetrate the plywood edge.  I would think there wouldn't be any in a 3/4 inch plywood board but what do you think?  Lynn  "
May 20, 2018
Richard Byram replied to Lynn Greff's discussion 'Edge joining 3/4 inch plywood'
"I would put them 6 inches apart maximum. if the joint will not have any stress on it should be strong enough."
May 19, 2018
Lynn Greff posted a discussion

Edge joining 3/4 inch plywood

I was wondering if you can join 2 panels of 3/4 inch plywood.  If you can, how far apart would you place the screws.  The joint I am thinking of would not have any stress placed on it.  Thanks,LynnSee More
May 19, 2018
Lynn Greff replied to Lynn Greff's discussion 'What hinge should I use?'
"Thanks Brad.  That is exactly what I was hoping to hear.  I wasn't sure if the concealed hinges would be strong enough to carry the weight.  I was also wanting to get the Kreg concealed  hinge jig and was looking for a good…"
Apr 21, 2018
Brad Martin replied to Lynn Greff's discussion 'What hinge should I use?'
"I would use 3 concealed hinges each side, exact type depends if your doors are flush with the outside edge or set into the cabinet?"
Apr 21, 2018
Lynn Greff posted a discussion

What hinge should I use?

I am building a cabinet / closet that is 30 inches wide.  I was going to use 2 doors 15 inches wide from 3/4 inch plywood.  My guess is they would weigh about 20 lbs. what kind of and how many should I use to support each door?  Thanks for your help!  Lynn See More
Apr 20, 2018

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Kreg Jig K3/K3MS
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Intermediate Woodworker
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kregtool.com
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I'm just about to retire!

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