"You could adapt the measurement of the width to 3/4 inch less than finish width. For instance a 42x16 cabinet side would be cut to 42x15 1/4 with the top and bottom cut to 15 inches. That is if you are using a typical 3/4 inch face frame."
"Hello. I would drill pockets into the bottom side and use a combination square to set the depth. I am thinking you might also clamp a 6 inch piece of 3/4 to the sides as a spacer right in the middle. Since the picket holes should be 2 to 3 inches…"
"Hello. A fairly easy way to cut the cleats can be to cut 45 degree meters down the length of a 5 or 6 inch wide board on each side. Cut that board in half. Gently or slightly round over the edge to prevent binding. How far apart to put the cleats…"
I ripped a 2x4 board to be a true 3” instead 3.5”. The thickness of the board remains 1.5”. When I put the pocket hole in the board, the top of the hole was too high and now visible. In other words the top of the pocket was on the top of the board…Continue
Finally installed a 4" dust collection system in my shop. I'd like to find a 4" collection port for my Kreg router table (PRS1045) fence. Anybody know where I can find such an animal or one that can be modified to fit?Thanks!Continue
Several months ago, I purchased the Kreg K4MS so that I could build the Lego Table as outlined on the companion "buildsomething" web site which exclusively uses pocket hole construction. I have considerable experience with conventional…