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as I work on other parts. Forward planning these in order of need just keeps the flow going and the enthusiasm high, so it isn’t
a bad habit to get into. Some panels you might prefer to make from DSV even solid edged DSV. Solid show edges better resist
As I use the reverse joint for joining solid surfaces I generally machine these timbers in one go. Then I clamp them in rotation

bruising and can even be profiled if made them reasonably thick.

boards if preferred. The parts ‘J’ on each wing cabinet should be made from solid timbers but parts ‘I’ could be exchanged for solid edged DSV It is generally a sensible idea to leave panels and boards slightly oversize until the cabinet carcasses are assembled in case there are any small errors. Cut to a tested size last. The next step I would suggest is to cut the 8 legs required, being parts ‘B, the two that are parts ‘N’ and one part ‘S’ for the central unit rear support. You will notice that the two wing units each have two rear legs and that the back panels that will eventually be fixed to these cabinets, do not fix to these rear legs. This was but a design choice at the time but if you wish to fix the back panels to these legs then you will have to increase the rear panel widths and perhaps even rebate both rear legs on the Right-Hand unit (the back panel covers all) but only the rear right leg on the Left-Hand unit because that unit has one open area (which of course could readily be covered too) No changes to these rear legs or back panels will af

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