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Compass Marine | all galleries >> Compass Marine "How To" Articles >> Making a New Stereo Cabinet > Dado The Sides, Glue & Brad Nail
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Dado The Sides, Glue & Brad Nail
23-JAN-2010

Dado The Sides, Glue & Brad Nail

The next step was to dado the edges where the sides and bottom met. I also used the dado blade to cut the front face so it to sat into the front not just on top of it. Once these cuts were made I glued and brad nailed the sides on.


I used what I had left of my stash of 18ga stainless steel brad nails. I've had them for years, and think I got them from McFeeley's, but I do remember them being quite pricey. If you fill the nail head holes with wood flour or glue & sawdust you should be fine with any brad nail, especially under veneer. I like the stainless brads so they never rust & bleed through in the moist marine environment.

Nikon D200
1/60s f/8.0 at 16.0mm iso1250 full exif

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