Worktop mitre

Discussion in 'Carpenters' Talk' started by Paulpato1998, Oct 11, 2021.

  1. Paulpato1998

    Paulpato1998 New Member

    Hi there,

    I am am currently fitting a kitchen and have had to take 30mm out of the back of one of the cabinets service void so that the corner post could fit down the side of the washing machine.

    This making this row of cabinets 30mm less in depth than the other adjacent cabinets which have had nothing trimmed out of them.

    I am wondering whether this will matter when coming to do a masons mitre on a worktop to join two pieces of worktop one 30mm less than the other in width to maintain the same overhand on units.

    the kitchen is a u shaped kitchen and I was thinking about joining this side first and then scribing that side to the wall taking 30mm out of both ends at the same time.

    Cabinet side to the right is the trimmed side and the back wall will be normal cabinet depth

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