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By David Thiel
Pages: 45-52

From the June 2006 issue #155
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Whether your casework is a bookcase, kitchen cabinet or highboy, the hardware you use to prop up the shelves, hang the doors or make the drawers slide smoothly can make or break the look and function of the finished piece.

We want to focus on three categories in this chapter: drawer slides, door hinges and shelf supports. Then, we’ll use a little space at the end to talk about some specialty hardware.

From the June 2006 issue #155
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