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CNC cabinet fewer parts no flips2/27
Refining the design, changing backs to same 3/4 thickness as all other parts, machining via CNC with no flipping parts needed.
Here's an assembly sequence. Cab parts all 3/4" melamine. D'box parts all 5/8" mel.
Rest of the sequence, including the d'box.
That is how we do it except we use full tops.
That will make a very nice box, that will accommodate Chinese plywood if you are so inclined.
Why not dowel? You wont have to flip any parts.
Are you insetting the backs?
Yea, Dropout asks a good question. Don't you want to inset the back to allow for scribing if needed?
Backs are inset 1/8".