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post #21 of 22 Old 10-06-2016, 11:38 AM
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Exactly, a no dado method

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Do you mean to build all verticals as shown in this tutorial?
https://www.thisoldhouse.com/how-to/...build-bookcase

Like the image below? I can definitely build it this way, then all four verticals would be symmetrical, right?
Symmetrical? Obviously, yes but identical in thickness. Now the issue is how to construct the center cabinet. It's either a separate unit like I said above or you have to build it "in place" after the side cases are secure, not my preferred method, but possible. That insures the center verticals are of equal thickness for "symmetry".... LOL.

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Oh! You think I'm building the center cabinet? No, no no my friend. I ordered the center cabinets, I only built the outer bottom ones and I'm building the shelves. The center cabinets are already in place. Once I get these built, I'm going to screw them to the wall and screw through the center cabinets. The center cabinets have a thickness of 3/4 inch, but are frameless and so the door covers so much that I'm not worry about their thickness.
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