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looking for plans for a tipout cabinat

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Me too.
here's one that came with my K2000 Kreg jig.
Construct your cabinet and doors as normal. Instead of mounting hinges for doors on the side, mount hinges to the bottom instead and add lid/flap stays. Use hinges that will accommodate the door bottom overlay. It can get tricky if you don't follow instructions. Practice on scraps first. The size of your inserted object (trash can, laundry basket, etc.) will determine where you have to put the stays, but you don't want them so low that the weight of the door rips the stays off the door.
thanks that will helpout quite a bit

Dave Thompson said:
here's one that came with my K2000 Kreg jig.
thanks i downloaded it

jay engdahl said:
thanks that will helpout quite a bit

Dave Thompson said:
here's one that came with my K2000 Kreg jig.
Kitchen Cabinet KC03.pdf, 931 KB Kerry Drake said:
Me too.

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