|Forum topic by Eric||posted 2179 days ago||1216 views||0 times favorited||3 replies|
2179 days ago
I’m just about done with a plywood chisel box. Got a question about putting in the hinges. While the looks aren’t really THAT important for a box that won’t leave the shop, I was wondering if it’s possible to chop out one layer of the plywood to sink the hinge just a bit.
Any pros or cons to doing that? Or should I just screw the hinges right on the top?
P.S. The plywood is 1/4”
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