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Posted on Adjusting plans to inorporate dovetails

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#1 posted 07-12-2012 04:41 AM

It’s late here so my thinking might be wrong but i believe the front and back of the drawer gets the pins. which ever way, you want it to hold together when you are pulling the front of the drawer.
You would have to increase the front and back panels by twice the thickness of the material.

It might be different if you are doing blind dovetails.

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