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#1 posted 10-12-2016 07:12 PM

Hi, My name is Miroslav and live in Belgium. I have been building a 2 family house together with my brother for the last couple Years. We build in brick and concrete so it’s a bit different than the way houses are build in the US. I am planning to do most of the finish carpentry myself. I have some (probably) odd questions. I can’t figure out the reason why, when You are making a face frame kitchen cabinet with inset doors… that You have a overlap of Your face frame on the inside of the cabinet. Wouldn’t it be a lot easier for installing hinges… if the face frame would be flush with the inside of the box and have a overlap on the outside of the cabinet, to keep the same visual effect. Is there a reason why there should be overlap on the inside or is this something everyone does without asking the reason behind it. I hope You understand what I am trying to say.

Thanks for the answer,

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