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Posted on Joining Plywood at Angles other than 90° or 45 °

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#1 posted 10-24-2012 05:52 PM

Here is a different idea…

For each corner: Take a board, say 4” wide and cut to length (depth of bookcase). Cut centered grooves into each edge. Rip the board in half, and then bevel the ripped edges. Glue the bevels together to get the desired corner angle. This might be a bit fussy, but the parts are small.

The plywood boards that form the bookcase sides are cut at 90 degrees, and machined to form tenons that fit into the grooves of the corner assemblies.

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