|Forum topic by kkaiser||posted 02-03-2012 05:30 AM||872 views||0 times favorited||4 replies|
02-03-2012 05:30 AM
I have been attempting to building some cabinets for a small kitchen in a project I have going on.
I seem to get them about a 1/16 off, i cut the parts the same, route the dados all the same, and at same time, all the things i read should be done. I then built the cases, screewed in and checked things, (at least i thought i did) then the frames and took GREAT CARE to make them square, checked over and over, applied to case, and dam, off again, the doors are inset so the offness, is noticeable. usually 1-16 to almost an 1/8 mostly right in between. I cut the doors to square, that was easy.
i have tried cutting out 90 degree jigs to clamp, and read just about everything in can find. is there a secret to this??!!