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Making a thick door not catch on a drawer front

Because the leading edge of a door travels in an arc instead of a straight line, in instances where the door fits tightly or a door is thicker than usual, you need to cut the leading edge of the door ...
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Any special considerations for big cabinet doors?

If I was building this, my major concern would be maintaining flatness in the doors. To that end, a few things to pay attention to: stock choice: dry, even grain, free of defects, straight additional ...
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How can I best fix and reinforce this door that has flat concealed hinges which are misaligned

It wasn't entirely clear what the main issue was here, but from the additional info it appears to be primarily the stripped screw holes and the surrounding damage. Given the material is chipboard/...
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How can I best fix and reinforce this door that has flat concealed hinges which are misaligned

Google “euro cup hinge screw insert“ Drill out the stripped screw holes and put in the inserts. Reattach your hinges. They have a number of adjustments in the x y and z axes, so you should be able to ...
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rail and stile question

Can I...? Sure. It's your door. Is there a reason for this? I have some theories: It's easier to mill one stile for each side than 2 or 3 or 4. There are fewer joints to make - there are 2 for ...
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