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Joinery for Kitchen Cabinet Faceframes Part 1

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Uploaded on Sep 2, 2007

Routing 5/8 '' deep mortises in the ends of the rails for 3 faceframes.(Three passes 3/32'', 3/8 '' and then 5/8'') The 1 x 2 is not wide enough for plate joining biscuits so I am using loose tenons. Am replacing 3 cabinets above the kitchen countertop with homemade cabinets. Fixture is made out of 1' by 1' 1/2'' thick plywood and 1x2. Used a 1x3 to set the width for the center space at 2 1/2 ''. The 2 outer 1x2 enables the fixture to be clamped to the router table fence. Do not use a router bit larger than 1/4, tried my 3/8 and kicked back too much. Made 2 more for true 2" stock and 1x3

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