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CNC-cut corner base for lazy susan3/1
Done as shown with diagonal front and D-susan, similar with L-corner 2-door front and pie-cut susan. Same arrangement whether for 36x36 nominal or 34x34.
All parts from 3/4" melamine. Our cabs stand on adjustable feet.
And the first three pics.
Three more pics.
And one more pic, plus the pic of the nesting diagram. eCabinets software used.
The deck and top require flipping on the bed and indexing, to perform the back-side cuts.
Why not just use hot glue and ditch the screws?
Why not ditch the lazy susan? Use some modern hardware and a 90 degree corner cabinet.
We got sick of miters on corner cabinets so we just butt the backs together instead of the 45 degree spine type(one overlaps the other). We do this on all types of corner cabinets where we use thick backs.
WAY too complicated. I have three different parts in mine, six pieces total. Two end panels, top & bottom and two backs.
I would agree, very complicated and time consuming with the tape. Secondly what is the purpose of this post?
Top is same part as bottom, left back same as right back, the sides would be the same part except that the CNC cuts hinge plate holes in one and not the other.
The design is really just a riff on the out-of-box standard seed that comes with the eCabinets software, a design with clipped rear corner, three back parts, each of which needs tablesaw mitering. This design was an attempt to simplify that one.
Before we got into eCabinets and having our work CNC-cut, we bought RTA packages from CabParts, Conestoga, and Scherr's, each of which shipped susan boxes made to a higher parts count and slightly more complex than this.
We have made them as two-box joins, but that assembly was more complex than this.