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Mike_D_S

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#1 posted 01-29-2018 02:57 PM

Kazooman makes a very good point in that the room you’re going into will also have it’s own variations. It’s good to understand those as well and think about your installation. The most accurate cabinets in the world still have to fit the real world of framing and drywall.

You don’t mention the style of cabinets, but if face frame then a good face frame can hide some ills in the cabinet boxes. If this is your first cabinet build, give yourself some soft landing space by not trying to build the cabinet interior flush to the inside of the face frame, etc where any imperfections will be instantly obvious.

Mike

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