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Old 16th February 2013, 09:32 AM   #81
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Old 16th February 2013, 11:12 AM   #82
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Old 16th February 2013, 03:04 PM   #83
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.... recommend them at panel edges.

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.... recommend them at panel edges.

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How do they help ,new to wood work .
The joinst will be filled and sanded then the cab's HiFilled ready for painting .

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Even plywood will move a bit. What WHG proposes is a way to keep the attractive aspects of the corner(s). The quirk doesn't have to be physically large ... just enough to look like it belongs there. Nothing like checked filler to ruin a paint job ... as I'm sure you know. ....and you've doubled the chances (two joints per corner).

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How do they help ,new to wood work .
The joinst will be filled and sanded then the cab's HiFilled ready for painting .

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In addition to puppet's answer, they also improve enclosure aesthetics.

Recess the panels slightly to avoid snagging the veneer.

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Today screwed around with the front corners today made a mess of one so that will be used on the spare pair of cabs .

I'ved screwed together the sides to the base to see how it all fits ,thank god for filler and polyester spray filler .

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Theres about 2mm extra in the radius to be sanded flush with the side panels .

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Default What About the Horzontal Front Edges?

See excerpt from Olson.
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I saw that a number of years ago

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Old 21st February 2013, 10:04 AM   #90
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Started on making some of the bracing .Its 22mm & 19mm dowel .

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