In this video you will see how to quickly install CLIP top BLUMotion Cabinet Door Hinges.
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Stronger than dowels and biscuits, the tongue and groove joints you’ll cut with this bit are perfect for edge-joining panels, table tops, or any other glue-up project. The interlocking design increases the available surface area for the glue, resulting in an incredibly strong joint. Since the pieces are self-aligning, your glue-ups will be faster and less stressful. 1-1/2″ diameter, 1-3/16″ cutter length, 1/2″ shank, 1-1/2″ shank length.
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Question by Ashley C: I have a plastic brother sewing machine and a old wooden sewing table?
How to I go about attaching these two things? there is a place for the sewing machine to sit. There are no holes on the bottom to drill into on the sewing machine, but there has to be a way right? or no? haha, thanks for any answers.
Answer by kay
First, check the shape of the sewing machine vs. the shape of the insert in the cabinet. It may need to be changed. Next, build a shelf inside the cabinet that your machine can sit on will having the machine bed level with the top of the insert. Put the machine on the shelf and you’re done.
The plastic cases of modern machines wouldn’t survive the older hinged method of attaching machine to cabinet.
If you want to get fancy and there’s enough room in the cabinet, you can also use a “sewing machine lift” which will allow the shelf to raise and lower, keeping the machine fully upright. http://www.rockler.com/product.cfm?page=2
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