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#1 posted 10-21-2016 11:55 AM



I ignore them unless it causes a problem with the top sitting level. It is easier to correct after the base is glued up as the final assembly of the cabinet might change those measurements. 1/64 is acceptable in my book. No way to be perfect in my mind.

- gmc

Ditto. Unless that will cause an issue with the top sitting flat I wouldn’t worry about it. Good idea eliminating the toe kick. I built this same cabinet with the toe kick AND put it on wheels. It’s not much of an offset but having the front set of casters set back that little bit does cause some stability issues when rolling it around and hitting a cord or something on the floor. If I built another one that’s the way I would do it; skip the toe kick.


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