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#1 posted 11-14-2019 11:55 PM

You don’t say if you have a back on it. If there is no backing, you might try a Face Frame on the back to reduce racking of the piece. Stopped Dados can be made with a Router on the whole piece then, stopping short of each edge, then cut it in half.
Just saw your answer. If you are putting on the back, that will stop the racking. You can still do the stopped Dados, in the stiles of the panel frame keeping it wide and then cutting it in half. You could glue the shelves to the plywood panel too, since plywood would not move. Or do a face frame on the front to hide the dado instead. Good Luck. Dan


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