The 32mm system is a method of assembling cabinet boxes that is now standard for most hardware sold today. In my opinion it is the only way to go for building any sort of cabinetry, large or small, from a single cabinet to multiple production boxes. It is extremely accurate, very quick, and I can assemble with the utmost confidence without double checking any measurements before a cut.
FineWoodworkingEditors, member | January 29th, 20168 comments
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The other day I was digging around the vastness that is the internet and came across a facinating post from one of my favorite woodworking bloggers Wilbur Pan, about the metal used in Japanese tools. Wilbur is a talented craftsman with an immense amount of knowledge about Japanese tools and woodworking.
Over the last few weeks I've had several requests for a list of extensions and plugins I find useful for woodworking-related drawings. I did one of these lists a long time ago but things have changed...