|Forum topic by BentheViking||posted 09-23-2012 02:55 AM||1034 views||0 times favorited||12 replies|
09-23-2012 02:55 AM
So we are redoing our kitchen and rather than take up valuable counterspace with our massive microwave we are building out a space in one of the lower cabinets. Basically I made a face frame that fit inside the original frame and just pocket screwed it all together.
So yesterday (a week after it has all been reinstalled, I remeasured the microwave and realized that I didn’t take its feet into account when I measured it out and now the frame is about an inch too short. I have the physical space to take some wood out, but have to really do it in place since I built it in such a fashion (and with a lot of glue, to that things don’t just come out). I’m wondering what ideas are out there as to how to fix it.
So far my three are
1—Use a oscillating multi tool to cut a really straight line exactly where I need the line to end up
It will all get painted and we can use caulk, but to please SWMBO its gotta be as clean as possible.
-- It's made of wood. Real sturdy.--Chubbs Peterson