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Need help just got this stacked stile and rail bit from skil#91704. Having trouble with the joints
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Need help just got this stacked stile and rail bit from skil#91704. Having trouble with the joints
more data, more data, more pics, some pics

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What specific problems are you having?

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I don't have a pic yet of the bit. I'm thinking am not adjusting the height properly because the rails don't line up flush with stile..... on another note does anyone know the dimesions on a cabinet when installing a fluted corner molding. Any info. Is greatly appreciated
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I don't have a pic yet of the bit. I'm thinking am not adjusting the height properly because the rails don't line up flush with stile..... on another note does anyone know the dimesions on a cabinet when installing a fluted corner molding. Any info. Is greatly appreciated
From the information you have given I would say you are right, you need to adjust the height of your cutters. Now as for the question about the cabinet with the fluted corner mold there is now way anyone can know that as you just haven't given enough information.

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I don't know if its been suggested yet, but more information would be necessary.








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Need help just got this stacked stile and rail bit from skil#91704. Having trouble with the joints
go here and read this may help. I have a set and i get perfect rail and stile's check some of those they may have video on the set up ?? http://www.newwoodworker.com/ralstilbitset.html
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Thks website helped...
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Here's a pdf specifically for the stacked version
Stacked Rail & Stile Instructions

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Thks for the info really helped
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I am try to build a cabinet similar to this one but need to know how much shorter do I need to cut the front and left side of the cabinet to insert the fluted corner molding that runs along the left.

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I am try to build a cabinet similar to this one but need to know how much shorter do I need to cut the front and left side of the cabinet to insert the fluted corner molding that runs along the left.
That particular arrangement has a fluted column with a finial type top. The crown sits right on top of the cabinet with its lower detail ahead of the face frame.

The cabinet per-se isn't shorter. In that picture, the finished top of the column can end at an indeterminate place...it appears as an add on, not integral with the carcass structure. IMO.

So, you can just build the cabinets and allow for the height of the crown (if it goes to the ceiling), and then just lay out where you want the top of the column to end. Can't see the bottom in that picture.








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