Yes, the back of my cabinet is wider than the front, by a bit.. 1/2 an inch or so. Just shop drawers, but I'll be moving into home pieces next, and I want to make sure I have some procedures in place before hand.
It's seems to me, that in the frameless cabinet and furniture world, this would be a hot topic. Either lots of discussion on how to insure square cabinets, or lots of discussion on adjusting the hardware.. neither seems to be the case.
I think the first place for me to start is to begin paying greater attention to detail with regards to making square boxes.
For instance, something I hadn't thought of but picked up out of a book, is that I shouldn't count on plywood being square. This writer suggest building a large square using 3, 4, 5 as a shop made jig and trimming the ends of the plywood with a flush cut bit to make the ends square to the sides of the sheet... something I had never considered.
I think I'm making my largest errors in breaking down sheet goods. I'm being slightly sloppy with my track saw, and i've also tried breaking an entire sheet on my table saw, usually with really sloppy results...
Last edited by plasma800; 07-29-2017 at 11:30 AM.