Because slides and hinges are mounted to system holes and vertically spaced some multiple of 32mm apart, drawer and door faces need to be sized in increments of 32mm to maintain a consistent relationship to the hardware and system holes. While drawn as multiples of 32mm, we need gaps between the faces to provide clearance. Like most system components, faces are sized in multiples of 32mm +/- a constant, i.e. increments (VS multiples) of 32mm. Faces are always a multiple of 32mm minus the…

Because slides and hinges are mounted to system holes and vertically spaced some multiple of 32mm apart, drawer and door faces need to be sized in increments of 32mm to maintain a consistent relationship to the hardware and system holes. While drawn as multiples of 32mm, we need gaps between the faces to provide clearance. Like most system components, faces are sized in multiples of 32mm +/- a constant, i.e. increments (VS multiples) of 32mm. Faces are always a multiple of 32mm minus the…

32mm Cabinetmaking : Basics : 32mm System Basics

32mm Cabinetmaking : Basics : 32mm System Basics

32mm Cabinetmaking : Basics : 32mm System Basics

32mm Cabinetmaking : Basics : 32mm System Basics

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