|Forum topic by bluekingfisher||posted 05-16-2012 08:29 AM||740 views||0 times favorited||6 replies|
05-16-2012 08:29 AM
Morning fellahs – As part of the kitchen refit I have built a breakfast bar and intend to use a single large wood veneer panel matching the cabinets to cover the back of the kitchen base units.
The units protrude 90 degrees from the wall and measure 72” long. I have fitted the wooden worktops and then realised I will have to scribe the panel to fit between the underside of the work top and floor. The measurements of which vary between 34 – 34 1/2” (not in a continuous slope) so will need to be scribed.
I am confident on how to scribe the lenght against the wall but how do I scribe accurately between the underside of the work top and floor?. Obviously I don’t want to remove the work top as it is connected to the other worktops.
I suppose I could just cut it to the highest point dimension and use a lenght of bead to cover the gap but this doesn’t seem the way forward for a woodworker??
Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
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