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Posted on Found out I messed up my project after it was assembled. Advice appreciated...

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a1Jim

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#1 posted 01-13-2014 03:11 PM

This might work
First cut the the glue lines with a exacto blade, take your time and make sure you have them cut very well.Then use a bottle jack or spreader clamp to force it apart. If damage occurs to the shelves you can just cut the damage off and reduce the size of the box a little.
Another alternative is to make thin boards with properly size drilled holes and glue on top of your existing shelves,if you use a contrasting wood like walnut it will look a design choice rather than a repair.

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Mark and I must have been typing at the same time


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