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  1. Got some shop time in over the weekend. All the doors are assembled with the same process as In the previous post. I did make a little glue brush holder to keep it from rolling around. I can’t take credit for the idea as I did see it somewhere, just can’t remember where. It’s a pretty simple little cup holder, 2x4 scrap which I cut a hole in to hold the cup and a couple groves to keep the brush from rolling. Made spreading the glue on the tongues pretty nice. Ended up taking the better part of the day to get all of them assembled. It was pretty warm outside and I’m lucky
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  2. Never gone beyond 1/2” so we’ll see.
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  3. Yep, square above all! That’s what I like about box joints. Looks like crap on ply but with hardwood, close to dt’s.
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  4. I think you're fine.. 5/8" is fine, just don't go more than that.. More than that and they won't slide nice in the rails. Obviously, square is pretty important if you're maxed on thickness.. For the record, I've run all of my drawer parts at 5/8" because I'd rather "overbuild" .. All my plans call for 1/2" because that's more of a nominal dimension for drawer parts.
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  5. Like the glue brush holder! Cabinets are looking good.
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