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1 Cut the top to size, with the grain direction running from side to side, and once again use the router to make the moulded edge.

3 The simple butt joints on the back corners are strengthened with triangular braces, which also form a platform for the carcass to stand on. Cut out the braces and screw and glue them into place, then test that the carcass fits into the plinth (see Fig 11.8).

extra wood required for . the mitre joints.

Smooth the shapes using the method of your choice - I used a drum sander for the long, smooth curves and a small half-round file for the tight corners.

FIG 11.9

Front view of cupboard doors with dimensions.

V4 x y<m (6 x 6mm) rebates to form overlap

1113/i6in (298mm)

3/sin (9mm) wide shaped groove

3/sin (9mm) wide shaped groove

1113/i6in (298mm)

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