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On a bottom of a bar that I am making-I have applied cherry plywood and now I would like to apply 2 1/2 in wide solid cherry on top of the cherry plywood for a "Shaker-Look" ( Putting a face frame on top of the plywood). The bar is 2 ft. wide and 11 ft. long. My question is-can I put together this "face frame" as a unit and then apply it to the bar.  I was hoping to Kreg-jig this face frame together and then apply it as one unit onto the bar.  Will this unit be to big to do this?

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Do you have any pictures of what you are trying to accomplish?  Might help with the visual aspect and give everyone an idea of what you want to do. 

I always build my face frame 1st,  build away then add each pc. of ply  sides first   good luck... and a pict would help

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