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While making the dry assembly, this is the best time to take measurements for the back panels. Then the back panels are cut to their final width and length.



As I did for the panel doors of the lower cabinets of the huches, I’m using a molding head cutter on my tablesaw to mill the beads. I also use a dedicated shopmade insert.



To adjust the cutters, the bottom of the gullet must be flush with the tablesaw top.



Finally, I center one of the cutters on the pencil mark, then set the rip fence accordingly.



To see more details, search my website for this particular page.






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