I really loathe those cheep shelves builders put in closets with the wood hanger rod, so I’m removing them and building cabinets to replace them. I’m using 3/4″ maple plywood. The sheets actual thickness is spec’d at 0.703″. My problem is the variance in thickness. I’ve measured anywhere from 0.67″ to 0.742″. How do you design around that so that, when assembled, everything fits together with no gaps or overhangs? Or are the differences too small to worry about? The photo is of similar cabinets we had made for our last house.
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