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If you can't edge plywood now you better get a job twiddling your thumbs.
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Don, what about all the newcomers who come to this forum to learn?
exactly..
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That article is from Fine Woodworking "Designing and Building Cabinets" - several years old but I still read it from time to time. It's still a good book.

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They forgot paint.
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